St Paul’s equestrian students excel
Three students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School represented the school and Victoria at The Australian Interschool Equestrian Championships at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre.
This year the event attracted more than 2,000 school-based participants, family, friends and supporters from all around Australia. Competitors aged 5-18 years old had to qualify to compete at the nationals through the State Interschool Championships.
Tahlia competed in the Secondary 95cm Combined Training section, winning this event to become the Australian champion in this level. Tahlia was then also awarded a trophy for the best score by one combination out of all the secondary combined training classes. Kate placed 9th overall in the Secondary Show Jumping 100cm section. She finished 3rd in the special two phase, 9th in the two round phase and 11th in the speed phase class. Georgia competed in the Primary Show Jumping 60cm section. She was able to secure 7th place in the two phase section despite experiencing some difficulties in some phases.
A school equestrian team not only fosters student health and happiness via their passion for horse riding, but it also promotes a drive for achievement through the care and expertise of educators and increases participation in the community.
An impressive group of guest speakers provided High Performance Program students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School with newfound insight into the life of a professional athlete and reiterated the importance of maintaining their health and wellbeing in their sporting endeavours.
A St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School Sport Aerobics team has once again achieved a podium placement at the School Aerobics National Championships in Adelaide.
Students were surprised and amused when Year 12 Prefects at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School took charge and commandeered an assembly!
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.