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Any students that are interested in playing social badminton are encouraged to come down to the gym on Fridays at lunch. Bring your friends or just come along to have a go. Badminton is a great activity that keeps you active and is also a good way to keep out of the sun on those hot days.
Any students who are interested in playing piano (beginners to advanced players welcome) please come down to our Piano Club at lunchtime every Tuesday in room PA1 where you can practice and learn songs and meet other students who play
for more information please see Mr Martin
cheers MM :)
Congratulations to our U14s Boys Rugby League Team State Finalists, who have come fourth overall in Victoria in their quest to win the Cameron Smith Shield.
The players did an excellent job representing the College on Wednesday, qualifying for the finals after winning their regional pool in July...Read the rest of this topic
Check out the new project about to start at STEM Club, get in touch with Mr Mifsud, Mr. Payne or Ahsan for more info.
Congratulations to the girls pictured below for taking part in the Northern Metropolitan Soccer Finals. The team went up against Montmorency, Northcote and Melbourne Girls, managing to win one out of their three matches. All games were played in great spirit and the team have continued their improvement over the last few years. Well done again for representing CSC.
(Edited by Ahsan Iftkhar - original submission Thursday, 2 August 2018, 3:20 PM)
Well done U14s - they have qualified for the Victorian State Finals, scheduled for Wednesday September 5.
On Monday July 30th the U14s Boys Rugby League team competed in the Cameron Smith Shield. The players represented the school with pride and displayed exemplary team work, winning each game that they played on the day. The team played Narre Warren South P-12, Dandenong High School and Pakenham Secondary College.
In preparation for this, training will be on Monday, Thursday and Friday at lunch and Friday after school from 3:30 to 4:30 pm.
UNSW ProgComp is on again for 2018 where you compete against other schools as you improve your skills in developing and thinking about algorithms and learn about programming.
Have a chat with your mates and organise a team or come along to STEM Club on Thursday after school to catch up with other students interested in programming.
This competition is open to all Junior, Middle and Senior students.
See Mr Szilagyi if you'd like any further information.
The Craigieburn Education Complex will shortly be undergoing a major refurbishment of the main Primary & Secondary schools’ reception area. We are working towards creating a whole new entrance and reception area for both schools.
As of Monday 26 February, the Primary and Secondary Administration...Read the rest of this topic