Photo: Harmony Day celebrations (Lisa Taugaele, Year 8 Polynesian dancing group)

Cecil Hills High School Newsletter

06 April 2018
Issue Three
Through our eyes
A great term!
Embracing the differences
We choose inclusion
In our community
We braved the weather
Thank you
Playing like a star!
Step aside, here comes Cecil
Teachers return to class
Making the world a better place
Open to your imagination
Resilience and courage
We're serving Breakfast
Sports Report
In our community
Important dates
Cecil Hills High School
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Cecil Hills, NSW, 2171

Through our eyes

Photo: Students in our Special Education classes experiencing all the exhibits and activities at the Royal Easter Show

A Royal experience

written by Seth Martinez

On Wednesday 28th March, I went to the Royal Easter Show. I got Foxy the plush toy, five nights of Freddy’s cards and a ball. We watched a car show. It had four cars and three motorbikes. It was funny to watch. I ate tasty chicken. I looked at the cows, horses and pigs. There were rosters and turkeys as well. My friend Theresa got the feed the chicks as well. The animals were making lots of noises. We took lots of photos. The Easter show was good.


written by Sahil Singh 

On Wednesday 28th March, I went to the Royal  Easter Show. I went to see the animals. I got to see the chickens, rabbits, as well as pigs and goats. I got a spiderman showbag. Then we went to go watch the show. There was a bike and car show. It was a fun day.

written by Theresa Sevi

At the Royal Easter Show l saw animals at the farm. My favourite animal was the sheep. We saw a motorbike stunt show. It was very entertaining. We went to the Show Bag Pavilion to get our show bags. I bought the Adventure Time show bag and the Young Designer Collective show bag. It was a very fun day.


written by Vincent Huynh

On Wednesday 28th March, Mr Brookfield, Mr Jacob, my friends and I went to the Royal Easter Show. First we went to see the animals. I got to see the cows, the horses, the pigs and the goats. My favourite animal was the horse as it ran fast.  After the animals we went to get the show bags. I got Pokémon and the AFL bag. Then, we went back on the bus and back to Cecil Hills High School. My legs were sore from walking all day, but it was pretty awesome!   My name is Vincent, signing off.



A great term!

The best school in NSW

There’s been a change in me
A kind of moving on
Though what I used to be
I still depend upon

‘A Change In Me’ by Tim Rice and Alan Menken from ‘Beauty & The Beast’.

2018-2020 School Plan Update

I am proud to present our 2018-2020 School Plan.  You can download a copy of our plan from our school website or by clicking on this link. 

In terms of my introductory quote, this three year plan takes the best aspects of the previous 2015-2017 plan and sets a clear vision to take our school to the next level in 2018-2020.  We are ‘moving on’ on our previous plan but will of course keep the fantastic aspects of our school that staff, students and parents ‘depend upon’.  In our new plan, we will focus on the development of:

1. respectful, responsible and successful learners

2. flexible, future-focused and innovative teaching practices

3. leaders as community change agents

I will provide regular updates on our plan and I encourage very parent to read about our vision for Cecil Hills High School.


Executive Conference

A few weeks ago, the school executive and faculty head teachers shared models of best practice in their approach to teaching the HSC.  This was an extremely useful session and will help ensure students are getting the most out of their education.  Our teachers work together and across faculties to lift students to their potential.   



I am very pleased to announce that Ms Felicity Wicks has been promoted to Head Teacher - English at our school in a permanent capacity. 

Ms Wicks has worked at Cecil Hills High School since 2002 and in that time she has held a number of important roles.  She has been a year adviser and relieving executive teacher and coordinated several programs including SRC and e-learning.  More recently, she has worked as Acting Head Teacher - English in the school's largest faculty.  I'm looking forward to Ms Wicks being a permanent member of our executive team.



Staff Farewells

Congratulations to Ms Fleur Farah who has been promoted to Head Teacher – HSIE at Mount Annan High School.  Ms Farah has had an immeasurable impact on Cecil Hills High School since she commenced in 2009.  As an expert

teacher of the HSC in Geography and Business Studies, she has helped our students achieve beyond their potential.  As Year 12 Adviser, she has worked very closely with Mr Paul Hickey to guide, mentor and support our current HSC students and I know she will be visiting regularly to check on their progress.  More recently, Ms Farah has expertly relieved as Head Teacher – Administration and provided whole school leadership to support our casual teachers and daily organisation.  When I told Year 12 that Ms Farah would be leaving us at the end of Term 1, there was almost instantaneous tears across the grade which demonstrates the positive and strong impact she has had on the lives of this group of students in particular.  I know that Ms Farah will be a fantastic head teacher in her new role and we wish her all the best for this next chapter in her career.


P&C Meetings

Our next P&C meeting will be held at 6:30pm on Monday, 7 May 2018.  There will be a repeat session at 9:30am on Thursday, 10 May 2018.


I look forward to continuing to work with the staff, students and parents of Cecil Hills High School, the best school in NSW.

Mark Sutton, Principal

Embracing the differences

....that make us unique

Hi! I’m Natasha Cheak, the 2018 female school Vice Captain. I transitioned from Bonnyrigg Heights Primary School to Cecil Hills High  School in 2013 and I was overjoyed - albeit a little nervous - to finally attend  high school. It was quickly made obvious that my sisters' stories of Cecil Hills High School, painting it as the best school in the area, weren’t an exaggeration especially in regards to the inclusive culture of the school with countless events organised by the staff and student body contribute to. Personally, these events such as athletics carnivals, swimming carnivals and the end of year Cecil Showcase remain the highlight of my high school experiences particularly because of the aura of positivity it induces into the school community which encourages students to participate. I am passionate about being forthright in voicing your opinion, making people laugh and encouraging others to be a little kinder to one another - all of which I hope to instill in the Year 7 newcomers.


Born to fit in?  You were born to stand out ! Hi, my name is Phanouk Sophea Nop, I am the Vice Captain of 2018
I wasn’t born in Australia… I’m an International student from Cambodia. I arrived here about two and a half years ago. Going into a new school in a new country, with no absolute idea what to expect, can be a scary experience and having English is my second language - it wasn't easy. Yet with the help of the wonderful staff at Cecil Hills High School, I found the transition to be more pleasing than I thought.  Being a part of the Student Representative Council is an experience that has changed my life. Being a leader is not about being controlling, it is about listening and putting others before you and making sure that very one is happy.  Lastly, if a boy from Cambodia can come to a new country and become a school Vice Captain. YOU CAN DO IT.





We choose inclusion

Photo: Celebrating Harmony Day - 21 March 2018

We choose working together

Harmony Day 2018

written by Maryam Mahmood Ahmed, Year 9

Harmony Day is a day of cultural diversity. Cecil Hills High School is all about being culturally diverse and accepting of one another which was evident throughout our entire Harmony Day event. On Wednesday 21 March our school celebrated Harmony Day and words cannot explain how extraordinary the day really was. There were endless activities the staff and students of our school had planned in order to make this day special for all of us. The initial opening to Harmony Day was the assembly we attended during period 2. The assembly started off with a wonderful speech from our Principal, Mr Sutton, which was expressed with such meaning  about his cultural experiences throughout his years of teaching; everything that led him to where he is now. Following his introductory speech, a group of amazing girls sung “We are all Australians”.  Following this was a wonderful dance group with a very meaningful choreography to the song “This is me”.  Just as we thought how much better could this get, more performances were presented, including a beautiful solo to the song Man in the Mirror, the cultural dancers, staff and students singing “What a wonderful world” and the lion dance as the great ending. All in all, the assembly was absolutely inspiring and sensational!

The best part of the day however was after lunch. There was food from different cultures up for purchase all around the school, such as Italian wood fire pizza, gelato, Turkish gozleme and many more options. Not only did we get to experience all the different foods, we also got to participate in different cultural activities and games which were organised by our teachers and held all around the school. Some of the games we had were Italian Minute to Win it, Bocce, Thong throwing, Croatian card games and many more. In the main quad music from different cultures was playing and everyone was having a blast dancing their hearts out, we learnt new dances and made new friends, we definitely loved this part the most as we got to really understand what Harmony Day was all about.


I speak on behalf of all the students at Cecil Hills High School; Thank you to our amazing teachers and students for all their hard work in organising one of the best events we have ever experienced at our school. #HarmonyDayAtCecil #Straya















In our community

Photo: Mili & Co Cafe, Cecil Hills Shopping Village

MIli & Co
Our deepest gratitude to everyone who has supported us, the Cecil Hills community who has welcomed us with open arms and to our regulars who we look forward to see and serve everyday 🙏

Mili & Co Team X -  Find us on Facebook


We braved the weather

Photo: Year 9 at Barangaroo - March 2018


Students in Year 9 who are currently studying Geography this semester, travelled to Darling Harbour  and Barangaroo recently as part of their ‘Changing Places’ fieldwork.


Students have been studying the topic ‘Changing Places’ which explores the patterns and trends in population movements and the increasing urbanisation of countries. On this fieldwork excursion, students were given the opportunity to participate in fieldwork that allowed them to observe and analyse urbanisation that is occurring in Sydney. This was a great opportunity for our Year 9 Geographers to collect primary data and put into practice the geographical skills they have been learning in class out in the field.


A large thanks to the Social Sciences staff who attended and led the students by sharing their expertise in the field: Ms Sahid, Mr Collins and Ms Ha.  A special thanks to the Year 9 Adviser - Mrs Green who joined us for the day along with Mrs Alfonsi from the Learning and Support team who assisted students out in the field.


Although the weather was not on our side, and we were  slightly dampened by the rain, Year 9  remained well-behaved and proudly represented the school.

Jacob Issa, Social Sciences Teacher


and fromTina Pham, Year 9 Geography:

Going to Barangaroo was a beneficial experience that has expanded my knowledge and understanding of the heritage they are trying to sustain while developing new infrastructure to create an urban society.

Walking around the city area was a great way to get a first-hand experience on what we have been learning about in class as physically being there places us in a position where we were about to analyse and identify different scenarios from why there are still old buildings from decades ago to how urbanisation impacts Sydney. Over all, Barangaroo gave me the opportunity to implement my vast growing knowledge into the expansion of this area. 


Thank you

Photo: Thank you to our student volunteers!

World's Greatest Shave

On Friday 16 March, Cecil Hills High School participated in the World's Greatest Shave.  We would like to say a massive thank you to all the students who shaved or coloured their hair to help beat blood cancer.

You have assisted to provide practical and emotional support to fund vital research that will help save lives! We would also like to say thank you to Linda Qutami for donating her time to shave students' hair during lunchtime. We look forward to passing our donations  to the Leukemia Foundation.







Clean Up Australia

On Monday, 5 March, the SRC participated in the Clean Up Australia Day initiative. Although the weather did not agree, the SRC spent their last period of the day walking around the lake and cleaning up as much as possible. In teams, not only did we collect rubbish, the SRC also collected recyclable materials. It was a fantastic experience to assist our community. 

The SRC aims to engage in as many community activities as possible. Stay tuned for the rest of 2018, the SRC has plenty more in store! See your year representative if you have any suggestions.



Valentine's Day

On Wednesday, 14 February, the Student Representative Council (SRC) organised a very successful Valentine's Day Fundraiser which involved selling roses, teddy bears, heart lollies and cringe cards. The highlight of the day were the sing-a-grams which included songs requested by students and staff that were sung by our talented musicians. The money raised will be used to improve our school environment by providing much needed facilities and well-being initiatives that promote a happy and healthy school culture. We would like to thank the students, staff and community for their ongoing support. 

Ms Sahid and Ms Occiuto, SRC Coordinators



Playing like a star!

Photo: Our Year 9 Guitar stars

Year 9 Elective Music

Every Monday afternoon, a group of enthusiastic Year 9 Elective Music students have been practicing their guitar skills. In these extra guitar lessons, we’ve been able to refine and review skills taught in class such as chords, strumming, scales and improvisation. These dedicated group of students have been steadily improving, excelling and applying this knowledge to their class performances.  So what do you dedicated group of guitar stars have to say?

“The classes have been really fun and we have learnt a lot from them this term”

“I have enjoyed learning how to do guitar solos”

“I am looking forward to using the electric guitar next term”

Mr A Faga, Music / Guitar teacher

Passion for Music?


This PCYC  program is a chance for high school age youth with a passion for music to learn to create, perform and record music in a group of like minded people, ending with a concert experience.

If  you are interested or have any questions feel free to contact PCYC Liverpool on 02 9608 6999 and ask for Mitchell.   Thank you.    Mitchell Davis,   Activities officer at PCYC Liverpool



Step aside, here comes Cecil

Photo: Woodshopping Finals - Royal Easter Show 2018

Royal Easter Show

Year 10 Timber, Year 8 Cake Decorating and Year 9 Food Technology attended their very first Royal Easter Show school excursion on Wednesday the 28 March. For many students this was their first experience of seeing the various attractions and exhibitions the Sydney show had to offer.

Students participated in cooking demonstrations, cheered the wood chopping contestants and viewed the various textiles, cake decorating and timber furniture displays. 

This was a wonderful experience for all students - it certainly won't be the last time Cecil visits the Royal Easter Show!

L Miller, Head Teacher - Technology

Teachers return to class

Further supporting our students

Cecil Hills High School staff was presented with an exciting opportunity to be trained and certified by TAFE as mentors. We have ha​d the privilege to work with Mark Geerin for a couple of hours, three times this term.


In total, 25 staff members took the time out of their busy schedules to be apart of this course which will, in the future provide further support for our students. Our staff at Cecil Hills High School, is always looking for new ways to better ourselves and provide additional assistance to all of our students. A big thank you to Denise James for organising this opportunity and Mark Geerin for coming out and helping us help our students. 

Ms N Cupac​, English teacher

Making the world a better place

Getting involved

Rotary is a worldwide organisation of business, professional and community leaders. Clubs are non-political, non-religious and open to all cultures, races and creeds. Richly rewarding, Rotary International gives you the opportunity to 'pay it forward' and to have a positive impact wherever you choose.


While developing business networking opportunities and building lifelong friendships Rotarians experience personal growth in an organisation that is respected worldwide for its high values and standards.

The magic of Rotary is that it allows ordinary people to achieve the most extraordinary things. By using the powerful synergy of one, people unite to achieve exceptional change. Many ordinary members of Rotary have developed projects that have brought significant change whilst experiencing personal growth in an organisation that is respected worldwide for its high values and standards.

More Information:


written by Monique Grant, Year 11:

On Monday, 12 March, I along with four other Year 11 students from our Modern History class, were given the privilege to attend the Rotary Dinner organised by the Cabramatta Rotary Club to celebrate youth activities.  It was a lecture and a dinner. Mrs Haskett, our Head Teacher History, accompanied us to this event.


The dinner surrounded the concept of the relevance of history in the digital age where we gained a more thorough understanding of the correlation between the two junctures. Amongst this gained knowledge, we also got insight as to what it means to be a Rotarian. Rotary International is an international service organisation who aims to bring together business and professional leaders in order to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene, support education and to grow local economies. The dinner not only expanded my horizons of the outer world and how our world is evolving but the dinner also has inspired me to apply these concepts and ethics into our school. Solely inspired but the Rotary Dinner, I personally aim to integrate these projects and programs into our school community to help our school to continue to keep up with the pace of our ever-evolving outer world, give back to our community and further improve our quality of life regardless of race, religion, colour, creed and sexual orientation. Ultimately, the evening allowed us to truly decipher the world that we’re living in now and how we can actively participate amongst the continuity and change.



Open to your imagination

Photo: Me to You Exhibition - Casula Powerhouse

Year 8 Xhibit and Year 10 Visual Arts

Wow! What a way to start the year. I must congratulate all Year 8 Xhibit and Year 10 Visual Arts students for making the first term of school so very successful and productive. Recently our school was nominated to participate in a one-day workshop with professional artist Loribelle Spirovksi, a finalist for the Archibald Prize for portraiture.

The workshop provided an opportunity for students to build their skills and knowledge as well as extend their creative experience. We are honoured to have Education and Public Program Officers from Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre work with us on a collaborative project called Me to You.

This program has been arranged in conjunction with the display of the 2017 Archibald Prize Regional Tour Launch Day. The Archibald Prize is awarded to the best painting by a notable Australian. The Archibald Prize is a who’s who of notable Australian artists, attracting politicians, celebrities and sporting heroes. Prestigious and controversial, the Archibald Prize is Australia’s foremost portraiture prize. The Archibald Prize awards $100,000 prize money for the winning artist.

Over a two week period, students were encouraged to explore and express their approach to representing someone. Me to You contains portraits from the very personal to the vividly imagined. The exhibition is evidence of how hard they all worked and what can be accomplished by our brilliant budding artists. It is a fantastic opportunity for our art students to have an engaging and exciting experience, with the thrill of exhibiting their Body of Work in a gallery setting.


Me to You will be open to your imagination until 6 May at The Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.


Mrs C Mandalakoudis, Visual Arts Teacher                             












Resilience and courage

Photo: Speaking of hope, resilience and courage

[email protected]

[email protected] programs aim to remove the stigma around mental health, and engage, educate and empower young people to reach out for support when they need it.

Year 9 and Year 10  recently participated in the introduction program which is designed to be both informative and fun for students and teachers alike. It certainly was all of that!


Young, relatable speakers engaged the students with their stories of hope, resilience and courage in their experiences with mental ill-health. Trained facilitators were on hand to educate our students on the support networks and services available to them (including our school’s services), and to empower students to reach out for help when needed.  Here is what Year 9 had to say about the presentation:

“Stories make it easier to understand, cause we're getting different perspectives / experiences rather than just statistics on mental health."


"(batyr) encourages us to seek help for ourselves. It also shows us that if speakers are able to overcome mental issues and so can we."


"You guys should keep doing what you are doing as it clearly has an effect on students like me."

“ (Stories) make you feel like it’s normal to feel this way and that you're not alone."

" Hearing the different stories made me realise talking to a friend makes a huge difference."

" batyr encourages me/others to seek help and keep pushing through our struggles."

"Presentations were very engaging and helpful."


From the Year 9 group - after the program, 66% of students reported being more likely to seek help if they needed it, 75% of students said they felt engaged or very engaged and 90% of students thought it was important to share real stories about mental health.  This is really significant as in the broader community.


and from the Year 10 group - after the program, 64% of students reported being more likely to seek help if they needed it,  80% of students said they felt engaged or very engaged and 87% of students thought it was important to share real stories about mental health.


only around one in four (22%) of young people experiencing a mental health problem will seek professional help

Mrs J Green and Miss M Marks, Year 9 Advisers

Ms L Cossetto and Ms K O'Malley, Year 10 Advisers


Lastly, from the Batyr team:

Wanted to also say a MASSIVE thank you to Cecil Hills High School for being such amazing teachers and putting in extra support for the students after a student spoke out about her struggles! It's not every day that you're able to locate the student who wrote the concerning comment, and then to be able to provide support for their journey. Everything that you and the school have done has been incredible and our team here are so appreciative! 





We're serving Breakfast

Photo: Celebrating Mother's Day

Join us for breakfast to celebrate our Mums!  We extend an invitation to all students and their mothers

to join us for a special Mother’s Day breakfast.

  • Friday 4 May, 2018.
  • 7.15am to 8.30am  in our School Library

You don't have stay for the entire time. You can drop-in for a quick bite to eat or just a cup of tea or coffee. There is no cost involved. We would love for you to join us.

Christina Marks and Jenny Green, Year 10 Advisers


Sports Report

Photo: Boys Water Polo team

Regional Swimming Championships

Forty one students represented Bernera Zone at the Sydney South West Regional Swimming Championships recently. All our students performed admirably in their events.

Our standout performers were:

Michelle Prasad                            

1st in 100m Freestyle, 200m Freestyle, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke, 100m Butterfly, 3rd in 50m Freestyle

Renae Prasad                                

1st in 100m Backstroke, 2nd in 50m Freestyle, 4th in 100m Freestyle, 100m Breaststroke, 5th in 100m Butterfly,

Jaydan Prasad                               

2nd in 100m Freestyle, 200m Freestyle, 100m Backstroke, 100m Breaststroke, 3rd in 100m Butterfly,

5th in 50m Freestyle

Brendan Prasad                            

2nd in 400m Freestyle, 3rd in 100m Breaststroke, 4th in 200m Freestyle, 5th in 100m Freestyle

Maclane Walmsley                       

2nd in 200m Individual Medley, 3rd in 100m Freestyle

Jasmine Quach                              

3rd in 50m Freestyle, 4th in 100m Freestyle, 5th in 100m Breaststroke

Cindy Pham                                  

4th in 100m Breaststroke, 5th in 100m Butterfly, 6th in 50m Freestyle


12 yrs Boys 4 x 50m Relay 3rd       

Boys 6 x 50m Relay  3rd

13 yrs Boys 4 x 50m Relay 5th

14 yrs Boys 4 x 50m Relay  1st

17+ years Boys 4 x 50m Relay 6th

Congratulations to our 16 students who qualified for the Combined High Schools (CHS) State Championships in Week 11. This is the largest contingent to represent our school and region at these championships.  We wish them the best of luck.

Water Polo

Our Opens Boys and Girls Water Polo teams competed at the Regional Water Polo Championships recently. All students had a great day with their skills and teamwork improving with each match.

Both our Boys and Girls teams had difficult games first up against last year’s regional champions, and this was made all the more difficult considering that the first time some of our students touched a water polo ball was during their first game. Still, our students took to it like a fish to water and our boys managed to improve every game to finish as the second best team in the region. Our girls used this opportunity as a learning experience with a large number of the team eligible for the under 15's tournament later this year. They managed to show improvement in every match to finish a commendable 4th in the region.


Boys: Finished 2nd in the region

L 3-1 Picnic Point

D 3-3 Bass

W 3-1 Prairiewood

W 6-1 Elderslie


Girls: Finished 4th in the region

L 8-1 Picnic Point

L 4-1 Prairiewood

L 7-1 East Hills Girls

L 10-1 Elderslie (Win on account of rep players helping Elderslie).

A big thank you to Mr Hickey for taking these teams. Our students love water polo and are super keen to continue participating.



Our Opens Boys and Girls Futsal teams competed at the Football NSW Futsal Regional Championships recently. The boys team made the semi-finals while the Girls team was crowned Regional Champions! They will now compete at the State Championships in July.

Futsal is a sport widely embraced by the students here at our school and we will continue to foster the development of our students.


Rugby League

Congratulations to our combined Year 7/8 rugby league team who went undefeated in three games at the recent Chris Lawrence Cup competition. The boys played extremely well in all matches and created history by winning the first rugby league competition in our school’s existence. A big thank you to Mr Dunn for coaching this team. 

Grade Sport

The Summer competition has begun with very good results in the first seven rounds. A great start and may the pleasing results and enjoyment continue.

Knockout Competitions

Girls Basketball          

Round 1                defeated Birrong Girls HS

Round 2                defeated Lurnea HS              

Boys Football             

Round 2                defeated Casula HS

Girls Football             

Round 2                defeated Sefton HS

Boys Volleyball         

Round 1                defeated Holsworthy HS

Zone Representatives

he following students have represented Bernera Zone at Regional Championships this term:

Samantha Nance-Palmer, Natalie Narvaiza, Aurmina Shaba, Sonya Cardillo, Nikolja Prostran, Emily Sazdanovska,  Isabella Rizos (Girls Football), Nenad Romic, Nikola Knezevic, Nicholas Hoenselaars, Thomas Todd, Jarred McKinley (Boys Football), Jasmine Scully, Bianca Dempsey, Jordan Scully (Netball).

In our community

Photo: Year 10 student artwork - mixed media self-portraits

PCYC Holiday activities


Helping Learner Drivers


Important dates


Monday, 9th

Year 12 half yearly exams continue

Year 11 Crossroads Program week

Combined High Schools Swimming Carnival

Year 9 Guitar group 3pm to 4pm

Tuesday, 10th

Combined High Schools Swimming Carnival

Year 7 to Year 11 String Ensemble 3pm to 4pm

Wednesday, 11th

Year 11 Art Gallery - Art Express excursion

McDonalds Fundraiser - lunch in TAS quad

Thursday, 12th

Year 10 History Jewish Museum excursion

Year 12 HSC Music lessons 3pm to 4pm

Friday, 13th

Last day of Term One 


Tuesday, 1st

Term Two begins for all students

Wednesday, 2nd

Year 9 - 12 AIM Day

Thursday, 3rd

Open Boys KO Volleyball

Year 12 HSC Music lessons 3pm to 4pm

Friday, 4th 

Mother's Day Breakfast 7.15am to 8.30 am in School Library

Cross Country championships

Monday, 7th

P&C Meeting 6.30 pm

Tuesday, 8th

Special Education classes to Athletics Carnival Day

Year 7 to Year 11 String Ensemble 3pm to 4pm

Wednesday, 9th

Year 12 Future in Focus Day 

Thursday, 10th

P&C Repeat Parent info session 9.30am

School Athletics Carnival, Dwyer Oval

Year 12 HSC Music lessons 3pm to 4pm

Cecil Hills High School Newsletter
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