HILLS GRAMMAR CELEBRATE EXTRAORDINARY YEAR

The School has spent the year enjoying many activities, student accomplishments, and even hosted a Spring Fair.

Starting the year off on the right foot, the School held one of their annual Beat Festivals. This year’s focus was on health. It included many active, informative and fun sessions that were all focused on the Wellbeing, Community and Fun that accompanies a healthier lifestyle.

Throughout the year, they welcomed in both the local and national media, and thoroughly enjoyed being selected to launch the Weet-Bix TRYathlon. Students participated in a morning of activity, while being fuelled by the various types of Weet-Bix that were on offer.

They also enjoyed celebrating their Early Childhood Education Centre turning 9. With double digits next year, they’re sure to be planning something special.

As the year progressed, many of their students from the Pre K – 12 learning environment accessed some incredible opportunities. Throughout the year they hosted showcases, sports carnivals, drama performances, music ensembles, charity events, open days, incursions and excursions. Students from the Senior School were also invited to participate in their international tours, such as the European Classics Tour and the Japan Tour.

The opportunities didn’t stop there, with two students being selected for international courses at the University College of London, and Harvard University.

Further to their students success, the School also had a number of members in their community receive national recognition for their accomplishments.

With the end of the School year drawing to a close, students, staff, and the greater community, all came together to embrace a day of fun at their Spring Fair.

The sun was shining as the School welcomed thousands of people from near and far to their Fair. A car was auctioned off, there were non-stop rides, a petting zoo, reptile show and plenty of shopping and food options. The day was a huge success thanks to the extensive work and organisation of the Parents and Friends Association.

Now, as the year draws to a close, students from Year 12 are eagerly awaiting their HSC results. While the School is preparing for the end of year celebrations including the Annual Presentation of Awards evening, and also a number of award ceremonies and presentations.

Congratulations Hills Grammar on another extraordinary year.

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