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SPC students feature at Anzac parade

St Patrick’s College had a strong and impressive presence at the City of Ballarat Anzac Day march and memorial service at the weekend. Members of the College Marching Band took centre stage by leading the march along Sturt St past the Cenotaph. The recognition of the crowd that was extended to our young men is…

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SPC students attend Shrine service

A delegation of students from St Patrick’s College attended the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne on Thursday, April 23 2015 as part of Legacy’s commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing. Four students,- Fletcher Loader, Matthew Aikman, Matthew Duffy and James Parini were chosen to represent the College as they joined others from…

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Senior School report – April 17, 2015

General Achievement Test (GAT) All students undertaking a Unit 3 VCE subject will be undertaking the General Achievement Test (GAT) on 10th of June, 2015. – The GAT is a three hour test, undertaken by all students enrolled in one or more Unit 3 / 4 studies. The results have been used in statistical moderation…

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2015 Academic Assembly – Dux’s Address

The 2015 Academic Assembly was held on Friday, February 20 in sweltering conditions in the Br W.T. O’Malley Sports Centre.- The Assembly is one of the highlights on the SPC calendar and invites back all subject duces from the previous year. Old Collegian and sports journalist with The Australian Courtney Walsh (SPC 1989-94) was invited…

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2015 Academic Assembly

At the 2015 Academic Assembly on Friday, February 20, the College welcomed back each student from the Class of 2014 who had scored an ATAR of above 90 or who had been named as a subject dux. It soon became evident that 2014 College dux Hamish Clydesdale had many academically gifted classmates in 2014 and…

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2014 Chris Nolan Awards

The 2015 Academic Assembly included the presentation of the 2014 Semester Two Chris Nolan Awards.- The Chris Nolan Awards were established in 2008 to acknowledge the academic excellence of individual students.- To receive a Chris Nolan Award, a boy must be in the top 15% of his year level. The 15% is determined by the…

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