Emer­ald Chris­tian Col­lege

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Prin­ci­pal: Graeme John­ston

IT WAS good to dis­cover that once again all our Year 12 grad­u­ates from 2017 re­ceived their univer­sity en­trance, job or trainee­ship as planned.

With our high school grow­ing by 20 per cent this year and our sec­ond early child­hood room open­ing, we are pro­vid­ing more great op­por­tu­ni­ties for all our stu­dents from day­care to Year 12.

As an in­de­pen­dent school we are free to meet the needs of our stu­dents first, from core cur­ricu­lum taught at high lev­els to com­plet­ing in ev­ery­thing from chess to de­bat­ing to science-based com­pe­ti­tions and, of course, a wide range of sports, in which it’s get­ting harder each year to beat at ECC.

It’s go­ing to be a blessed year, again.

Cap­tains: Ryan Bur­ton and Saumya Galketiya

DUR­ING 2018, I am look­ing for­ward to be­com­ing a bet­ter per­son and role model. I am will­ing to do my stud­ies to the best of my abil­i­ties this year and be­come a truth­ful and trust­wor­thy friend.

I am look­ing for­ward to at­tend­ing the Com­pass Lead­er­ship Con­fer­ence in Can­berra and get­ting my Duke of Ed­in­burgh award this year. I am also look­ing for­ward to at­tend­ing all the cel­e­bra­tions and op­por­tu­ni­ties that my school will pro­vide.

By the end of this year, I hope to make it won­der­ful and mem­o­rable for my­self and my class­mates.

Ryan Bur­ton.

Saumya Galketiya.

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