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  1. Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) has a long and proud tradition of offering scholarships to girls. Our scholarship program aims to recognise students who will make a strong and positive contribution to the life of the School and who harness the essence of our motto, to the young, anything is possible.
We are calling for applications for our 2019 scholarship programs now until 21 March 2018.
If you know of people outside the CGGS community who would benefit from knowing more about our Scholarship program, invite them to register for our upcoming School Tour on Wednesday, 28 February so they can see first-hand the opportunities available at our School.

    Apply online now for 2019 Scholarships – 16.2.18

    Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) has a long and proud tradition of offering scholarships to girls. Our scholarship program aims to recognise students who will make a strong and positive contribution to the life of the School and who harness the essence of our motto, to the young, anything is possible. We are calling for applications for our 2019 scholarship programs now until 21 March 2018. If you know of people outside the CGGS community who would benefit from knowing more about our Scholarship program, invite them to register for our upcoming School Tour on Wednesday, 28 February so they can see first-hand the opportunities available at our School.

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  2. Join us at the annual whole-of school Parents & Friends Association Welcome Picnic on Friday, 23 February 2018 from 5.30 – 8.00pm on the Senior School Oval to kick off 2018.

    Come along to our Welcome Picnic! – 16.2.18

    Join us at the annual whole-of school Parents & Friends Association Welcome Picnic on Friday, 23 February 2018 from 5.30 – 8.00pm on the Senior School Oval to kick off 2018.

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  3. In December, a number of CGGS students represented the ACT at the 10th Pacific School Games held in Adelaide.

Sophia Medina (Year 7 Glebe) had a terrific time as a member of the ACT 12 Years and Under Girls Team, Sophia and her teammates performed really well and enjoyed the experience of playing against other states. Unfortunately, the ACT team fell just short of a medal but were competitive (and unlucky) in key games against NSW, Queensland and Victoria.

    Students Achievements – 16.2.18

    In December, a number of CGGS students represented the ACT at the 10th Pacific School Games held in Adelaide. Sophia Medina (Year 7 Glebe) had a terrific time as a member of the ACT 12 Years and Under Girls Team, Sophia and her teammates performed really well and enjoyed the experience of playing against other states. Unfortunately, the ACT team fell just short of a medal but were competitive (and unlucky) in key games against NSW, Queensland and Victoria.

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  4. The CGGS rowing season is off to a strong start after an intensive week of boat camp during the last week of the summer holidays.

    Strong start to the rowing season – 16.2.18

    The CGGS rowing season is off to a strong start after an intensive week of boat camp during the last week of the summer holidays.

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  5. We are happy to let you know you can now pay all your school fees online. Our secure online portal allows you to pay school fees, activities and events, registration and enrolment fees and SFC Payments.

    Pay your accounts online – 16.2.18

    We are happy to let you know you can now pay all your school fees online. Our secure online portal allows you to pay school fees, activities and events, registration and enrolment fees and SFC Payments.

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  6. During 2017 we completed a survey across the whole School asking parents, students and staff for feedback on a wide range of areas.  This has been a valuable exercise for the School as it identified areas of strength and areas where we can improve.  Late last year our Board Chair, Belinda Moss, shared a summary of the survey outcomes with you.

    Welcome to our online gathering place – Agora – 16.2.18

    During 2017 we completed a survey across the whole School asking parents, students and staff for feedback on a wide range of areas. This has been a valuable exercise for the School as it identified areas of strength and areas where we can improve. Late last year our Board Chair, Belinda Moss, shared a summary of the survey outcomes with you.

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  7. Many parents (and students) will be excited to learn we now offer online ordering for school lunches.

    Order lunch online with Flexischools – 7.2.18

    Many parents (and students) will be excited to learn we now offer online ordering for school lunches.

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  8. On the back of impressive ATAR results announced last month, Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) has more reason to celebrate with the announcement of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) results.

    Yi An tops her class as 1 in 7 students earn an ATAR of 98+ – 8.1.18

    On the back of impressive ATAR results announced last month, Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) has more reason to celebrate with the announcement of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) results.

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  9. The CGGS production of ‘Annie’ has received SIX nominations in the 2017 Canberra Area Theatre (CAT) Awards!

    Annie nominated for 6 CAT Awards – 1.12.17

    The CGGS production of ‘Annie’ has received SIX nominations in the 2017 Canberra Area Theatre (CAT) Awards!

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  10. On November 23, our three Year 3 classes, their class teachers and other staff including Mrs Lyn Pepper-Budge (Junior School Religion and Philosophy Specialist Teacher) visited Fred Ward Gardens, an RSL Lifecare Nursing Home, at Curtin.

    Year 3 brings Christmas Joy to Fred Ward Gardens – 1.12.17

    On November 23, our three Year 3 classes, their class teachers and other staff including Mrs Lyn Pepper-Budge (Junior School Religion and Philosophy Specialist Teacher) visited Fred Ward Gardens, an RSL Lifecare Nursing Home, at Curtin.

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  11. In November we reported that Year 12 Student, Rowena Stening had achieved outstanding results in the Australian Mathematics Competition. As a result of her stellar performance, Rowena was deservingly awarded the Cheryl Praeger Medal for female excellence in mathematics in Australia. This achievement has garnered media attention for Rowena, and earlier this week, she appeared in The Canberra Times – see the full article here.

    Student Achievements – 1.12.17

    In November we reported that Year 12 Student, Rowena Stening had achieved outstanding results in the Australian Mathematics Competition. As a result of her stellar performance, Rowena was deservingly awarded the Cheryl Praeger Medal for female excellence in mathematics in Australia. This achievement has garnered media attention for Rowena, and earlier this week, she appeared in The Canberra Times – see the full article here.

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  12. The whole-of-school Pastoral Care Program at CGGS focuses on student wellbeing and develops service, leadership, study skills, creativity, friendship, cyber awareness and safety knowledge, life skills, resilience and optimism in students over the course of their studies at the School.

    Pastoral Care – from cyber-bulling to community service – 1.12.17

    The whole-of-school Pastoral Care Program at CGGS focuses on student wellbeing and develops service, leadership, study skills, creativity, friendship, cyber awareness and safety knowledge, life skills, resilience and optimism in students over the course of their studies at the School.

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  13. We are delighted to announce the launch of our 2019 Scholarship Program – offering even more opportunities for girls.

    Apply now for 2019 Scholarships – 1.12.17

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our 2019 Scholarship Program – offering even more opportunities for girls.

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  14. As our final Green Room event for the year, you are invited to come along and listen to Claire Madden – social researcher, media commentator and author of Hello Gen Z: Engaging the General of Post-Millennials – as she unpacks five key characteristics of this emerging generation.

    The Green Room presents Claire Madden - ‘Gen Z Defined’ – 1.12.17

    As our final Green Room event for the year, you are invited to come along and listen to Claire Madden – social researcher, media commentator and author of Hello Gen Z: Engaging the General of Post-Millennials – as she unpacks five key characteristics of this emerging generation.

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  15. A reminder that textbooks will be due on the following dates:

Senior textbooks are due either during testing week or once exams are completed.
Years 7-10 textbooks are due between Monday 20 November - Friday 24 November.

    Reminder to return textbooks – 16.11.17

    A reminder that textbooks will be due on the following dates: Senior textbooks are due either during testing week or once exams are completed. Years 7-10 textbooks are due between Monday 20 November - Friday 24 November.

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