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Please see important information from our Principal, Peter Kuss, … Read more
See the report for the Computational and Algorithmic Thinking Competition 2020 … Read more
Please see this letter from Principal, Peter Kuss and VET/Careers Pathways Leader, Kiri McWaters, regarding the postponing of work… Read more
In Term One our Student Wellbeing Council led the celebrations for Bullying No Way Day. Take a look at the events and listen to what staff and students think about this issue.… Read more
The latest news from our Principal, Peter Kuss, can be viewed … Read more
See the report from the CSIRO Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge … Read more
A full report on Sports Day 2020 can be viewed … Read more
Education ministers met on 20 March and decided that NAPLAN will be cancelled for 2020. This decision was made so that school leaders, teachers and support staff can focus on the wellbeing of students and prepare for the continuity of education, including working on online and remote learning options. This decision means that the scheduled testing of NAPLAN Online platform – the Coordination Practice Test (CPT) – scheduled for Monday 23 March will not go ahead. The ministers thank every school for their hard work in preparing for the CPT and all the preparations for NAPLAN in… Read more
Please see our Principal's Update here, which outlines progress following our ICT Outage and Coronavirus latest… Read more
The latest news from our Principal, Peter Kuss, can be viewed … Read more
The latest Principal's Update, with news about staffing for 2020 and Year 12 2019 results, can be viewed … Read more
Further to the advice below, the latest information from SA Health is here. Tuesday 28 January 2020 Dear parent/caregiver, SA Health has provided advice to us about coronavirus, which is occurring in the Hubei Province of China and has also been reported in other parts of mainland China, and several other countries. Their advice is that preschool/school students and staff, even those that have travelled to Hubei Province, are able to return to school unless they are close contacts of a confirmed case, or they have symptoms consistent with the virus. Those symptoms may include fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and sore throat. All students and staff who have travelled to mainland China, and especially Hubei Province, should monitor themselves for the 14 days from their… Read more
SACE Results for the 'Class of 2019'
Alex Carey, DUX of 2019 Congratulations to all members of the class of 2019 on their SACE achievements. Highlights of the results include: • The SACE completion rate of 98% is the highest ever.
Alex Carey is the Dux, with an ATAR of 97.90, achieving 4 A grades, including 1 at A+ and another at A+ with merit.
• Golden Grove High School students received a total of 5 merits.
100% completion of SACE modified subjects.
• The number of students receiving an ATAR above 80 is 32, of these 78% were over 85.
• 8 students had an ATAR of 95 or greater.
• Our students received 190 A grades between them.
• 22% of all grades were As. This is an increase of 1% on 2018. Well done and thank you to all the teachers involved this year and in previous years. Well done also to our Year 12… Read more
View news about the Canberra Trip 2019 … Read more
View news from the Year 8/9 Final Assembly … Read more
View the latest news from the PE faculty … Read more
Please see the report for our Graduation Ceremony … Read more
The latest EXCEL News, including the Tournament of Minds International results can be read … Read more
The Structured Assessment Tasks [SATs] timetable for Week 7 can be viewed here. These begin Monday 25 and continue through to Friday 29 November. There are no formal lessons scheduled for Year 10 students during this week. It is compulsory for students to attend all of their scheduled SATs in school uniform. Tania Duff-Tytler
Deputy… Read more
The latest news on our EXCEL program can be viewed … Read more