Centre stage at Centrepiece
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School students recently took to the stage to showcase their talents live to a community audience at the West Gippsland Arts Centre.
The school’s Traralgon and Warragul Campuses collaborated for the first time to present Centrepiece, captivating the audience with 28 acts ranging from solo musicians and vocalists to drama and dance. A selection of intermediate and advanced ensembles from both schools were also featured.
Through Centrepiece, Performing Arts teachers provide students with a real-world experience, not only on stage but also via the audition process which is open to all St Paul’s students. Soloists must complete an audition process similar to that of a postsecondary tertiary or professional production audition to be eligible for a spot on the Centrepiece stage, giving them insights into preparing for future performing arts application processes.
Students at St Paul’s can develop their performing arts potential through a number of co-curricular programs provided by the school, allowing them to personalise their learning experience and form friendships with students across year levels.
Centrepiece also provided Backstage Crew students the opportunity to work directly with the professional sound and lighting engineers at the Arts Centre, developing real-world work experience in a world-class theatre that they can use in their future professional portfolios.
Students will have another opportunity to enhance their solo and ensemble performance skills in the upcoming St Paul’s combined-campus concert, “Codetta,” which will take place at the Gippsland Performing Arts Centre in Traralgon on Tuesday 22 November.
In a heartwarming effort, students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Traralgon Campus gathered a 1,908 food can collection for this year’s Traralgon Rotary Club’s Give a Damn – Give a Can campaign.
Soon, there will be a new place to learn in Drouin. For parents thinking about where their child might start their educational journey, St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is hosting an Information Evening about its new Drouin Early Learning Centre and Primary School set to open its doors in 2025.
The Years 5/6 Mixed Soccer team from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is poised to put their skills to the test at the School Sport Victoria (SSV) State Championships.
Music students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School collaborated with students from other SEISA schools in Gippsland and South-East Melbourne to create harmonies and showcase their musical talent at the annual SEISA Music Festival.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Georgia recently competed at the 2023 Equestrian Victoria Interschool State Championships at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music students captivated the audience with their musical abilities at this year’s Kammer Konzert, leaving all attendees wanting more.
Construction of a $10 million Futures Centre at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School is well underway and has great significance to former student, Jye Neilson, who is returning to the school as part of the building project team.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Easter Egg Hunts are all about community.
Students have an exciting new musical opportunity in pipes and drums as part of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School’s Academy of Music.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School celebrated new beginnings with an official sod-turning event at the site of the school’s new Early Learning Centre and Primary School in Drouin on 10 March.