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  1. Congratulations to our 2020 Year 12 graduates who have now all received their final results.

Our Dux for 2020 is Monique Jeacocke, who earned an ATAR of 99.90.

    Outstanding results earn top students scholarship opportunities22 January

    Congratulations to our 2020 Year 12 graduates who have now all received their final results. Our Dux for 2020 is Monique Jeacocke, who earned an ATAR of 99.90.

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  2. Congratulations to our Year 12 graduates who received their ATARs this morning.

    Year 12 outstanding achievements recognised16 December

    Congratulations to our Year 12 graduates who received their ATARs this morning.

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  3. It has been a hive of activity at Canberra Girls Grammar School this week. After a year that has been full of challenges, our community had the opportunity to celebrate the many highlights and achievements of 2020.

    Students rising above – a reason to celebrate4 December

    It has been a hive of activity at Canberra Girls Grammar School this week. After a year that has been full of challenges, our community had the opportunity to celebrate the many highlights and achievements of 2020.

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  4. Congratulations to our Class of 2020 who officially graduated from Canberra Girls Grammar School yesterday, Thursday, 3 December 2020.

    Celebrating the Class of 20204 December

    Congratulations to our Class of 2020 who officially graduated from Canberra Girls Grammar School yesterday, Thursday, 3 December 2020.

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  5. Firstly, a big thank you to the students, parents and staff who have worked to keep many co-curricular sports, clubs and activities running throughout 2020.

    From the Deputy Principal4 December

    Firstly, a big thank you to the students, parents and staff who have worked to keep many co-curricular sports, clubs and activities running throughout 2020.

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  6. While Australia’s official word of 2020 is ‘iso’, a beautifully Australian take on a challenging time, the words I have found myself using frequently this year are agile and kindness

    From the Head of Senior School4 December

    While Australia’s official word of 2020 is ‘iso’, a beautifully Australian take on a challenging time, the words I have found myself using frequently this year are agile and kindness

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  7. The National History Challenge run by the History Teachers’ Association (HTAA) is an Australia wide competition whereby 500 schools entered 8,000 students. The competition promotes students to be critical thinkers through an historical inquiry whilst promoting academic rigour.

    Students sweep awards in history challenge4 December

    The National History Challenge run by the History Teachers’ Association (HTAA) is an Australia wide competition whereby 500 schools entered 8,000 students. The competition promotes students to be critical thinkers through an historical inquiry whilst promoting academic rigour.

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  8. Having spent almost 14 years as a student of Canberra Girls Grammar School, Isabella Wah is delighted to have been elected as the School Captain for 2021.

    Introducing 2021 Senior Council and School Captain20 November

    Having spent almost 14 years as a student of Canberra Girls Grammar School, Isabella Wah is delighted to have been elected as the School Captain for 2021.

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  9. Between the summer bushfires and COVID-19 it’s been hard to get out into the wilderness this year. So when the restrictions on overnight excursions eased this term, we made the most of the opportunity, running two trips on consecutive weekends. It was good to be back in the bush.

    D of E double-header20 November

    Between the summer bushfires and COVID-19 it’s been hard to get out into the wilderness this year. So when the restrictions on overnight excursions eased this term, we made the most of the opportunity, running two trips on consecutive weekends. It was good to be back in the bush.

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  10. When you think of rugby union, you think of the varied set of skills and agility needed, physical fitness, a team environment, stronger relationships formed between peers, the ability to work together and communicate as a team, leadership skills and the utter heartbreak of being a Wallabies supporter in the Bledisloe Cup.

    Learning life skills on the rugby field20 November

    When you think of rugby union, you think of the varied set of skills and agility needed, physical fitness, a team environment, stronger relationships formed between peers, the ability to work together and communicate as a team, leadership skills and the utter heartbreak of being a Wallabies supporter in the Bledisloe Cup.

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  11. Through pursuing work experience placements recently, several Year 10 students were able to demonstrate many of the skills they have learned through the Ad Astra program.  Setting them up for success in the professional world, these students have now experienced first-hand,  the importance of being flexible, innovative, critical and creative thinkers.

    Ad Astra program delivers real-life experience20 November

    Through pursuing work experience placements recently, several Year 10 students were able to demonstrate many of the skills they have learned through the Ad Astra program. Setting them up for success in the professional world, these students have now experienced first-hand, the importance of being flexible, innovative, critical and creative thinkers.

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  12. During the October holidays, several Year 10 students took part in a volunteering opportunity with Embracing Ministries. Embracing Ministries, an initiative of the Anglican Church of Canberra and Goulburn, aims to support families with youth and children affected by disabilities.

    Year 10 students embrace volunteering 20 November

    During the October holidays, several Year 10 students took part in a volunteering opportunity with Embracing Ministries. Embracing Ministries, an initiative of the Anglican Church of Canberra and Goulburn, aims to support families with youth and children affected by disabilities.

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  13. This semester, the Year 9 Commerce classes explored the characteristics of enterprising women through the unit, “You’re in Business!” We spent many lessons learning and discussing the attributes of women in business and entrepreneurial skills, principles and challenges that are often faced. In addition, we learned how to develop a small business from inception to shareholder profit sharing.

    Year 9 Market Day project - you’re in business!20 November

    This semester, the Year 9 Commerce classes explored the characteristics of enterprising women through the unit, “You’re in Business!” We spent many lessons learning and discussing the attributes of women in business and entrepreneurial skills, principles and challenges that are often faced. In addition, we learned how to develop a small business from inception to shareholder profit sharing.

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  14. A reminder that Senior School textbooks will be due on the following dates...

    Reminder – textbook returns6 November

    A reminder that Senior School textbooks will be due on the following dates...

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  15. We have started our annual collection for Share the Dignity’s It’s In The Bag Christmas appeal.

    Share the Dignity – ‘It’s In The Bag’6 November

    We have started our annual collection for Share the Dignity’s It’s In The Bag Christmas appeal.

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