News & Event
Congratulations to the girls below who represented the school at inter-school soccer last week. The team finished as overall winners for the day and will now go on to represent CSC at the Northern Metropolitan Regional Finals.
Well done and good luck next term.
11V will be running a series of fundraisers over the coming weeks to raise money for the 'Make A Wish' foundation.
A list of the fundraisers and the dates are below. Keep an eye out for the posters around the school or see a student from 11V for more information.
Learn to code like a NINJA !
What's the NCSS Challenge?
The Challenge is a programming competition for secondary school students. It’s been running from Australia for the last 12 years and is open to all school students and teachers.
Why should I learn to code?
Programming (also known as coding) is how sites like Facebook and apps like Instagram are made. Knowing how to program is like having a computing super power.
Please see Mr Szilagyi for more information.
Can all year boys soccer players going on soccer the excursion please get your payments & teacher permissions by no later than 4pm Thurs 8th June
Payments go to front office
teacher permissions go to Mr Martin
thank you :)
Any students interested in studying music at VCE level in 2018 can read through the attached study design for VCE Music 2018
If you have any questions, need information and/or would like to be placed on a list of interested students please see Mr Martin asap
A VCE music information evening will arranged soon
VCE Music at CSC:
Any CSC students interested in enrolling into a VET VCE music class in 2018 are encouraged to read through the attached documents and speak to Mr Martin for more information. For VCE and VCE music classes to run the school requires minimum of 16 students interested in studying music in 2018 in solo or group disciplines. The College is uniquely placed to deliver such courses with the newly completed PAC centre and a flourishing music performance program.
For more information please see Mr Martin
Second hand books and uniforms (especially for winter!) can be bought and sold through the Sustainable School Shop website.
The text and uniform items you need are already loaded to the site. The College is providing this service, so there is no cost to families. Each family that registers on the Sustainable School Shop will be given an annual subscription.
Put your programming skills to the test by competing against thousands of Australian school teams.
For more information please see MR Szilagyi.
As part of Library celebrations there will be some music performances by year 8 CEAP at recess and Lunchtimes from 22nd/5-26th/5 for staff and students (Secondary & Primary)
The year 8's will be performing Soundscapes & Storytelling
hope to see you there!