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  1. Year 10 boarder, Alex Williamson, recently competed in three events held in the Snowy Mountains region. Alex placed 1st in the Snowy Mountain Bike Festival (15km race), 1st in the TreX Cross Triathlon (Junior category) and 3rd in the Sri Chinmoy Multi Sport Marathon, a team event where she did one of the run legs, held in Jindabyne last weekend. Congratulations on these incredible achievements, Alex!

    Student Achievements13 March

    Year 10 boarder, Alex Williamson, recently competed in three events held in the Snowy Mountains region. Alex placed 1st in the Snowy Mountain Bike Festival (15km race), 1st in the TreX Cross Triathlon (Junior category) and 3rd in the Sri Chinmoy Multi Sport Marathon, a team event where she did one of the run legs, held in Jindabyne last weekend. Congratulations on these incredible achievements, Alex!

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  2. Schools from Canberra and NSW spent last weekend on Lake Burley Griffin competing in the ACT State Championships. The CGGS Sailing team came third in the ACT School schools division which qualifies them to compete in the 2020 Australian Secondary Schools Teams Racing Championships in May. Well done girls!

    Student Achievements28 February

    Schools from Canberra and NSW spent last weekend on Lake Burley Griffin competing in the ACT State Championships. The CGGS Sailing team came third in the ACT School schools division which qualifies them to compete in the 2020 Australian Secondary Schools Teams Racing Championships in May. Well done girls!

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  3. Since 2007, CGGS has partnered with Antipodeans to provide out-of-the-box adventure travel opportunities that are definitely not off-the-shelf.

    Experiential learning with Antipodeans28 February

    Since 2007, CGGS has partnered with Antipodeans to provide out-of-the-box adventure travel opportunities that are definitely not off-the-shelf.

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  4. The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award provides students at CGGS with the opportunity to develop into well-rounded human beings, to challenge themselves in the outdoors, and to have their accomplishments recognised in a formal way.

    Instilling a sense of adventure - D of E28 February

    The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award provides students at CGGS with the opportunity to develop into well-rounded human beings, to challenge themselves in the outdoors, and to have their accomplishments recognised in a formal way.

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  5. At the end of the summer holidays, I was lucky enough to set sail on the Australian Navy’s sail training ship, the Young Endeavour, along with 22 other ‘youthies’ aged 16 to 23 (I was the youngest of the crew).

    Courage aboard the Young Endeavour 28 February

    At the end of the summer holidays, I was lucky enough to set sail on the Australian Navy’s sail training ship, the Young Endeavour, along with 22 other ‘youthies’ aged 16 to 23 (I was the youngest of the crew).

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  6. The partnership between students, parents and teachers at Canberra Girls Grammar School is at the core of our teaching and learning values. Only through this collaboration do we see our students achieving their full potential. There are several measures we use to gauge what success looks like, some less tangible than others.

    Academic success across the School14 February

    The partnership between students, parents and teachers at Canberra Girls Grammar School is at the core of our teaching and learning values. Only through this collaboration do we see our students achieving their full potential. There are several measures we use to gauge what success looks like, some less tangible than others.

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  7. Less than a week before Christmas, alpine skier Isabella ‘Izzy’ Davis (Year 12) received the call to say she had been selected to represent Australia at the Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland. With only a few weeks to spare, Izzy trained in the USA before arriving in Europe, where she was joined by her mother, Annabelle (Shanahan, 1983), and Grandfather – ready to cheer her on.

    Student Achievements14 February

    Less than a week before Christmas, alpine skier Isabella ‘Izzy’ Davis (Year 12) received the call to say she had been selected to represent Australia at the Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland. With only a few weeks to spare, Izzy trained in the USA before arriving in Europe, where she was joined by her mother, Annabelle (Shanahan, 1983), and Grandfather – ready to cheer her on.

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  8. The Rowing season officially started last weekend (8-9 February) with our 1st VIII, 2nd VIII and Year 10 VIII travelling to Penrith for the Rowing NSW State Championships.

    Rowing season is here14 February

    The Rowing season officially started last weekend (8-9 February) with our 1st VIII, 2nd VIII and Year 10 VIII travelling to Penrith for the Rowing NSW State Championships.

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  9. The first Assemblies of the Junior and Senior School year are dedicated to Commencement and Leadership. We officially recognise our new Student Leaders and Council. We also welcome our co-curriculum leaders, and the Year 6 and 12 cohorts as leaders.

    From the Principal - The mystery of modern leadership14 February

    The first Assemblies of the Junior and Senior School year are dedicated to Commencement and Leadership. We officially recognise our new Student Leaders and Council. We also welcome our co-curriculum leaders, and the Year 6 and 12 cohorts as leaders.

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  10. To ensure the safety of all students, we are reminding the CGGS community to always park legally and drive safely in the vicinity of the campuses.

    Parking legally and driving safely7 February

    To ensure the safety of all students, we are reminding the CGGS community to always park legally and drive safely in the vicinity of the campuses.

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  11. Canberra Girls Grammar Senior School has long known of Mr Peter Milligan’s affable ways, his ever-ready disposition and his willingness to help. Now, everyone at CGGS will get to know him better as he brings us all closer together in his new role as Head of School.

    Greeting our new Head of School7 February

    Canberra Girls Grammar Senior School has long known of Mr Peter Milligan’s affable ways, his ever-ready disposition and his willingness to help. Now, everyone at CGGS will get to know him better as he brings us all closer together in his new role as Head of School.

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  12. We are delighted to welcome Ms Julie Jorritsma to Canberra Girls Grammar School as the new Head of Senior School.

    Introducing Julie Jorritsma – Head of Senior School22 January

    We are delighted to welcome Ms Julie Jorritsma to Canberra Girls Grammar School as the new Head of Senior School.

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  13. Canberra Girls Grammar School Senior campus remains open.

    CGGS Senior School campus open7 January

    Canberra Girls Grammar School Senior campus remains open.

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  14. Canberra Girls Grammar School Senior campus is open from today, Monday 6 January 2020.

    CGGS Senior School campus open6 January

    Canberra Girls Grammar School Senior campus is open from today, Monday 6 January 2020.

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  15. The supportive environment of Canberra Girls Grammar School’s boarding house has assisted four young women to pursue their passions internationally.

    Boarders pursue international opportunities22 December

    The supportive environment of Canberra Girls Grammar School’s boarding house has assisted four young women to pursue their passions internationally.

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