Photo: Year 12 Graduating Class 2017

St Andrews Christian College

27 October 2017
Issue Ten
Parents and Friends
Junior School
Middle School
Senior School
Duke of Edinburgh
Community Notices
St Andrews Christian College
03 8847 8300
130 Tyner Road
Wantirna South, Victoria, 3152


Dear Friends,



You laugh, and so do I.

You cry, and so do I.


You have feelings, and so do I.
You eat, and so do I.

You live, and so do I.

But there is one thing I can't do

I can't be you.

You can't be me.

We are the same but different.


Written by Joseph Zhu, 3M


This is a wonderful poem that Joseph wrote!  Joseph is correct, we are the same (made in the image of God) but we are different.


God made each of us unique, with varying gifts and skills and personalities, to contribute to His world in a way that no-one else can.

It is amazing when you can really understand that we are all made for a particular purpose in this world.  When we can grasp that fact, life makes sense and education becomes a vital tool in this realisation.


That is one of the things I love about Christian Education.  It is not just about developing knowledge and skills – but about developing values, purpose and vision.





Photos of Year 12 Assembly


Blessings to all our Year 12 students

As our Year 12 students finish their thirteen years of schooling this week, we pray that they will be equipped to cope in this changing world.  That they can critically evaluate what truth really is and not seek to conform to the world, but celebrate who they are and who they are becoming in Christ.


All the best, Year 12 students!  Know you are more than your VCE marks and know that in God, you can do immeasurably more than you could ever imagine.


“Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us…”   Ephesians 3:20 (NIV)


Be blessed,


Catriona Wansbrough



Photo: Senior Choir at PCV General Assembly

Choir Sings at Opening of the General Assembly for the Presbyterian Church

Letter of thanks to Luke Batty  (our Music Director) from the Moderator of the PCV:

Everyone at last Monday evening's Assembly Service was so blessed!! People were talking all week about the amazing singing we were privileged to hear on Monday night: the musically illiterate among us simply rejoicing that our hearts were lifted in joyous praise and worship; those who know about such things commenting as well, on the clear diction, the harmonious blending of the voices and the maturity of the contribution made by the young men. All this, of course, reflects the talented, God-honouring leadership you bring to your conducting of the choir.
Thank you so much.

Rev Robert White
2017 General Assembly
Presbyterian Church of Victoria.


Victorian School of Languages - Best Effort Award

The Victorian School of Languages is very pleased to advise you that Kayle Dharmadasa, a student from your school who is studying at the VSL by Distance Education, has been awarded the Best Effort Award in Latin Yr 7.


This award recognises that Kayle Dharmadasa has maintained consistent effort and a very high level of achievement across all areas of the Distance Education course in 2017 with the Victorian School of Languages.


Congratulations for all the hard work and fantastic achievement you've earned Kayle!


Lynne Marks

Languages Teacher

Congratulations Lachlan

Lachlan Ahearn (Year 9B) who is with the 1st Mount Waverley Scout Troop, has earned the Australian Scout Medallion.


To attain the top award in each of the five Sections in Scouting reflects initiative in tackling this challenge, sustained effort over many months and years, plus self-discipline, teamwork, and leadership. 

Only a small percentage reach this level. These are the top achievers among Scouting's 47 million members globally. 


Well done Lachlan!


Brendan J Watson OAM 
Chief Commissioner, Scouts Victoria

Christmas in a Shoebox

Each class in the school has been busy buying, sorting and packing special items to be delivered to children overseas as part of Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child project.

It’s not too late to send in donations of new items for this special project. Please give them to your child’s class teacher or to the School Office.

You may also like to encourage your child to do some extra “jobs” at home to contribute to the postage cost of $10 for each box.


This is a really practical way that we can share God’s love with other children.


The deadline for collection is the end of October.


Sonia Sires

Prep Teacher

Popcorn Plays

This Saturday (28th October – tomorrow!) from 5:30 – 7pm the Junior Drama League will be performing in a night called “Popcorn plays”. This involves student performers from year 7-9, with tech and design managed by students from year 9 and 10. They will be performing two short plays: “Anne-arky” (a look at the chaos happening behind the scenes of a school play) and “The Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth about Cat Hair” (a play about cat hair attempting to take over the world. Yes. Cat hair.)


The students have worked really hard and are excited to perform. We would love for everyone to come along and see the performances, to encourage the kids and appreciate their talents. For those of you who came to the “Cake here with Shakespeare” show earlier this year, this one is the equivalent for our lower secondary students. Don’t miss it! Tickets are $5 child, $10 adult, and are available from or at the door.


Karen Elbourne

Drama Teacher

Garden Club

The vegie garden has suddenly sprung to life with an abundance of spinach and silverbeet , lettuce, spring onions and delicious peas being harvested now. Our raspberry plants will soon be producing berries, as will our broad beans. Recently added to the garden are beans, tomatoes, basil and corn.

Please come and see what produce is available on Tuesdays after school. All proceeds from sales go towards buying soil and plants for the vegetable garden with a tithe going towards TEAR in the form of $10 Vegetable garden gift card. So far we have bought 3 this year- soon to be 4!


Sally Darlison

Garden Club Coordinator

Prayer Group

Wednesdays at 8:45am

This year the St Andrews Parent Prayer Group will be meeting every Wednesday morning at 8:45am in the meeting room next to the school office. 


The St Andrews Prayer Group would like to welcome and invite all parents to come along and join in prayer, with other parents for the needs of the St Andrews school community. 


It is a great opportunity to join in fellowship with other parents.


For specific prayer requests, there is a prayer request box at the front reception desk for you to put your request in if you are unable to join us.


We are greatly blessed at St Andrews to have the opportunity to gather together for prayer. As Christians we are called to pray, and we encourage parents to join us. Be reassured that you don’t have to pray out loud if you are not comfortable in doing so.


Suzy Song

Prayer Group Coordinator


Important Coming Events for Term 4 2017:



Saturday 28th - Working Bee 9am-12*

Saturday 28th - Popcorn Plays 5:30pm-7pm*


Week 4B

Monday 30th - Whole School Assembly 9am*

Tuesday 31st- Yr7-10 Digital Insight



Wednesday 1st - Parent Prayer Meeting 8:45am*

Wednesday 1st - Yr12 VCE Exams Commence

Wednesday 1st - CSEN Yr9/10 Rally Day

Thursday 2nd - Transition & New Student Orientation Day for 2018 (Yr1-7)

Friday 3rd - Junior House Athletic Carnival


Week 5A

Monday 6th - Mid Semester Break (no school)

Tuesday 7th - Melbourne Cup Holiday (no school)

Wednesday 8th - Parent Prayer Meeting 8:45am*

Thursday 9th - PFA AGM 7:30pm*

Friday 10th -Remembrance Day Ceremony


Week 6B

Monday 13th - Whole School Assembly 9am*

Monday 13th - National Young Leaders Day

Wednesday 15th - Parent Prayer Meeting 8:45am*

Wednesday 15th - Prep Orientation for 2018 9:30am-11:30am

Friday 17th - Yr2 Stay Late


* Parents welcome

Term Dates



Term 4: Monday 9th October – Friday 8th December 



Term 1: Thursday 1st February – Friday 29th March 

*Prep commence Friday 2nd February

Term 2: Tuesday 17th April – Friday 29th June 

Term 3: Monday 23rd July – Friday 21st September 

Term 4: Mon 8th October – Tuesday 11th December 

Parents and Friends

Photo: Staff Appreciation Morning Tea


Dear Parents,


I look forward to seeing as many parents as possible at the upcoming PFA meeting as we look forward to finishing off 2017 and start planning for an exciting  2018!


The PFA Annual General Meeting is at 7:30pm on Thursday 9th November. For the AGM to go ahead we require as many parents as possible to attend.


Two positions for the PFA executive 2018 are available for parents to fill. President, Shaun Beovich, and Treasurer, Peter Wan are standing down.


I understand we all lead busy lives with Church and other commitments but if you have a heart to serve, can I encourage you to get involved with your child's school PFA, either by nominating for a position, coordinating an event, volunteering to help or simply attending a PFA meeting.


Nomination forms are to be returned by Thursday 2nd November. The nomination form was sent out last week in the school diary. Here is an extra copy.


Shaun Beovich

PFA President

Staff Appreciation Morning Tea

Thank you to parents who supplied a plate for the Staff Appreciation Morning Tea this week. We were able to bless staff again in a wonderful way and it was greatly appreciated.


Dear PFA,


On behalf of all the staff, thank you so much for your care for us and again putting on a lovely morning tea for all to enjoy.


We are so blessed!


Please thank all who brought in food and a special thanks to Sharon, Kathryn, Celica and their team (family!) for all the arranging and setting up of the special morning tea.


Blessings to you all,



Kathyrn Muggeridge

Staff Appreciation Coordinator

Entertainment Books

SOLD OUT! All books have now been sold. However you can still purchase a digital membership here.


Sonia Sires

Entertainment Book Coordinator

Term 4 PFA Events

School Banking

Every Tuesday


Icy-pole Friday

Every Friday


PFA AGM and General Meeting

Thursday 9th November - 7:30pm


Junior School Christmas Concert BBQ

Friday 1st December

Junior School

Photo: Prep Ricketts Point Excursion

Prep Excursion to Ricketts Point

The Prep classes enjoyed a beautiful day at the beach on Friday 20th October!


We walked around the rock pools at Rickett’s Point Marine Sanctuary and spotted a few crabs and lots of interesting seaweed and rock formations.

We marvelled at God’s amazing creation as we studied some artefacts including a seahorse, sea star, pelican feather, crab claws and eggs from a Port Jackson shark.


We were reminded of our role as responsible stewards of God’s world as we searched for things that belong on the beach and those things that don’t belong there (like rubbish).

A definite highlight of this exciting day was a paddle in the (cool!) water and an opportunity to create amazing sand sculptures.


We’re thankful for God’s provision of sunny weather for the day and for the parents who came along to help.


Sonia Sires and Gaye Jones

Prep Teachers

Middle School

Photo: Yr8 Space Engineering Masterclass

Stories of Impact


Love and Redemption: Year 7 text study

In Year 7 English, students studied the novel The Bronze Bow during Term 3. The story plays off in the time that Jesus walked the earth, and tells about a young Galilean boy, Daniel, who hates the Romans, as they had caused the death of both his parents. When a slave saves Daniel's life, Jesus teaches him that love can achieve much more than revenge can. Daniel learns to forgive and to conquer his hate for the Romans when Jesus heals his sister.

One of the extension assignments students could do, was to express love and redemption in a creative way. Chavella Tanubrata created an artwork that beautifully displayed the interplay of these themes from The Bronze Bow.

What a privilege it is to share our faith with our students and to see them responding out of their hearts!


Christa Cloete

Year 7/8 Coordinator

Year 5 Camp


Year 6 Camp


Cyber wisdom

In Middle School, it will soon be exam time for our Year 7 and 8 students. As exams take place in Week 7, the pressure is on for our students to keep up with homework and other assignments. It is both critical and inevitable in today’s educational framework that more and more work gets done on some type of device. As teachers, we need to prepare our students for a technology-based future, but we also want to see them become responsible citizens of that future. Parents have an important role in partnering with the school to help students use their devices wisely, without being constantly distracted by social media.


The article linked below stresses this balancing act and the role of parents to help assure that their children get sufficient time away from the screen in order to improve their sleeping patterns and help them to concentrate better. Creating solid house rules around the use of social media during Middle School years, will give parents the advantage to direct the amount of hours their children spend on cyber media even in later years.


Christa Cloete

Year 7/8 Coordinator

Year 8 “Astronaut Stories” Masterclass

On Wednesday, 20 September 2017, 10 selected students from Year 8 went to Scienceworks for the Astronaut Stories STEM workshop. First, we heard a former astronaut, Dumitru-DorinPrunariu, talk about his exciting career (he was the first Romanian to go into outer space) and the history of space exploration! Then, we got to work designing and building mini-rockets, seeing which one could go the highest. We had a blast and learned lots about space!


Callum Andrew

Year 8S

Senior School

Photo: VCE Ping Pong-A-Thon

Exciting Changes for 2018

Dear Parents and Friends,


We are working on providing a well-rounded education to help our students reach their potential spiritually, academically, emotionally, physically, socially and culturally. We will continue to build our College on Christ to provide a Kingdom education for all our students, yet we also need to continue to grow in preparing our students to flourish in a dynamic and changing world.


2018 will bring some changes to our Learning and Teaching Programs.


In the Middle School there will:

  • Be more focus on Digital Technology studies to prepare our students to be leaders in their communities with 21st century capabilities
  • Introduction of Film & Media studies
  • No longer undertake Woodwork and Hospitality classes at Belgrave Heights.


The reasons why we are not offering these subjects at Belgrave include:

  • Time wastage in traveling to and from Belgrave Heights Christian School
  • Costs for these activities is $100,000 per year. For that amount of money we are able to build resources into St Andrews that will better cater for most of our students
  • We want to focus on technology that will enhance students’ work in other areas of the curriculum and build that into a wonderful program for our students across Years 7 to 10
  • St Andrews Christian College is focussing on being a top provider in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

Senior School

Year 9

The Duke of Edinburgh Award will not be offered in our elective program but be offered as part of the Year 9 program. One of the benefits of this is that all students will be afforded the opportunity to complete the Award. Through changes in the Year 9 program all students will be given opportunities to explore the wider world and grow in all aspects of their learning.



There will be continued growth in our VCE Program including:

  • Holding VCE External Exams at St Andrews for the first time (2017)
  • Commencing VCE subjects of History, Theatre Studies and Studio Art in 2018
  • Offering more options of students to accelerate their VCE
  • Beginning a HeadStart program to the 2018 school year (Begins Term 4, 2017)
  • Holding Practice Exams in the Term 3 School Holidays


We are committed to help our students to become who God intends them to be and to inspire and encourage them in their God-given gifts. I look forward to the future and leading continued growth in our Senior School.


Yours in Christ,


John Presant                                                                        Head of Senior School  


Catriona Wansbrough


VCE Ping Pong-A-Thon

On the 27th of September, the VCE boys participated in the 24 Hour Ping Pong-A-Thon which raises money to help prevent human trafficking and the exploitation of young people in South-East Asia. The boys set a goal of $3,000 to be raised by the end of the event. They smashed it, raising a total of $3,645!


The boys spent the night playing table tennis, watching movies, eating snacks and trying hard not to fall asleep. Adrian Rowse, the founder of Ping Pong-A-Thon, came early in the night and enlightened the boys about the history of ‘The Pong,’ explaining why he set it up, what it has come to be and how the money they raise helps the people affected by human trafficking. As the night progressed, some people went to sleep, some people played video games, and some people continued playing table tennis. Mrs Hughes and Miss Easton selflessly cooked the boys a lovely breakfast in the morning to keep them energised throughout the rest of the day through to the end of the event at 5pm. It was around 9am when a lot of the night owls felt the pain of staying up for so long, but more people arrived around midday and kept the table tennis going. The last few hours felt long, but the remaining boys who were there, were ecstatic to have finished the event. The satisfaction was felt by everyone, it was a great finish to an exciting 24 hours.

As a student, I am very proud of all my classmates for being so interested in the event and actively finding ways to raise money for such a great cause. I believe this was a fantastic bonding experience for all of us and was a good way to come together to do something great, while having fun at the same time. I am glad to call these my friends.

I personally want to give a very big thank you to Mr Mellody, Mr Batty and Mr Presant for taking the time out of their day/night to supervise us, and to Mrs Hughes and Miss Easton for providing us a much needed breakfast. Also a big thank you to any staff and parents who have donated.

It’s still not too late to donate, our event has finished but the donation page is still open. You can make your donations and find out more information about Ping Pong-A-Thon and what they do here 

Hamish Maudlin
Year 11 Student and St Andrews Ping Pong-A-Thon Organiser

Operations Christmas Child

On Monday 16th October Year 9G went to the Operations Christmas Child shoe box packing factory. At the start of the day we went to a debrief where we talked about what we could and couldn't pack in the shoe box. We then split into groups. One group of us were the pre-inspectors. The pre-inspectors checked for the financial donations in the box and any letters. They also had to label the box with the gender or age group of the child. Another group were the inspectors. The inspectors checked for any dangerous items, or items that were prohibited. They also replaced any items that needed to be replaced. The other two groups taped the boxes and packed them into shipping boxes.


Overall it was a great excursion and helped us to see inside the lives of the children in third world countries. It helped us to be thankful for our lives and how blessed we are and to see the impact that simple shoe box of gifts can make.


Emilie Hughes

Year 9G

Careers News

On Tuesday, 31 October, a series of Digital Technology workshops will be presented to all students in Years 7 to 10.


This week we have said farewell to our Year 12 students and I wish them great success over the coming weeks and in pursuing their goals and ambitions in the future.


Please find more information in the attached Careers News: 

If you have a question about a topic featured in the Careers Newsletter, please contact Careers Coordinator Mrs Irena Yevlahova [email protected]


Irena Yevlahova

Careers Coordinator

Duke of Edinburgh

Photo: Duke of Ed NZ

Duke of Ed New Zealand Expedition

Duke of Ed 2017, Silver Trip to New Zealand was certainly life changing. The Expedition tested my faith and opened my eyes to appreciate God's creation in a different country.

This Duke of Ed expedition on paper seemed like a huge challenge for myself personally but when we really got to experience the activities it was definitely heavily faith tested. Skiing on NZ mountains was a challenging experience for me and helped me build character. For me it was a lesson that everyone needs to realise their panic zone and try to get into their growth zone where they can do an activity without putting others in danger and themselves.

We skied in both the North and South Islands. During the trip I slowly built up my confidence and when we went to the South Island and skied on Mt Hutt I managed to ski down the difficult blue runs and I exited out a Black run which to my surprise I would have never seen myself do. I pushed myself to enter the growth zone and enjoyed the whole experience. I'd like to encourage everyone that when times get tough, it's okay to turn away when it can be dangerous for you, but don't ever give up. Thank you for listening.


Joel Julien

Year 10 student




French Language Certificate Results 2017

Congratulations to the following students who have performed extremely well in the recent ALC French competition.

Year 7- Certificate 1 French

Sophia Tran                   Listening- Distinction               Reading- Higher Distinction

Kayle Dharmadasa     Listening- Distinction               Reading- Distinction

Andrea Chai                   Listening- Credit                         Reading- Distinction

Joshua Cheng               Listening Credit                          Reading- Distinction

Grace Yu                           Listening- Credit                        Reading- Distinction

Roselyn Kho                   Listening- Distinction              Reading – Credit

Samuel Chandraraj     Listening- Credit                        Reading- Credit

Nathan Kong                  Listening- Credit                        Reading- Credit

Samuel Sires                                                                            Reading- Credit

Samantha O’Donnell                                                            Reading- Credit

Chavella Tanubrata                                                               Reading- Credit

Charlie Lamperd                                                                     Reading- Credit


Year 8- Certificate 1 French

Samantha Ooi               Listening- Credit                         Reading- Distinction

Brendan Lam                 Listening- Credit                         Reading- Distinction

Kristen Baker                  Listening- Credit                        Reading- Credit

Alna Mathew                   Listening- Credit                        Reading- Credit


Year 9- Certificate 2 French

Ella Cassidy                     Listening- Distinction               Reading- Distinction

Amber Swank                 Listening- Credit                         Reading- Distinction

Amy Muggeridge           Listening-  Distinction              Reading- Credit

Tiffany Adam                  Listening- Credit                         Reading- Credit

Carla Dreyer                    Listening- Credit                        Reading- Credit

Eunice Lim                                                                                 Reading- Credit

Isabella Rakers              Listening- Credit

Vanessa Leung                                                                          Reading- Credit


Year 10- Certificate 3 French

Jerry Cheng                            Listening Credit                    Reading- Higher Distinction

Danica Dreyer                        Listening- Credit                   Reading- Credit

Fiorella Salazar Zapata      Listening- Credit                   Reading- Credit

Georgia Muggeridge            Listening- Credit

Isha Sen                                    Listening- Credit


Lynne Marks

Languages Teacher

Language Translation

The newsletter has a new feature where it will translate into a different language. There is a small box at the bottom of every newsletter page where you can select which language you'd like the newsletter to be translated to.

Shaun Beovich

Newsletter Editor


Photo: Library

Library News

 Library Staff: Lynne Marks, Joanne Edwards, Wai-Peng Heath


Junior Library

Lunchtime Monday


Middle/ Senior Library:

Monday to Friday: Recess and Lunch


After school:

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays until 4pm.

Wednesdays until 3.45pm.


 Email:  [email protected]

Book Coverers Please

Later this term, we will be needing volunteers to cover textbooks ready for 2018. If you are able to help, we would love to hear from you. We would let you know when the books are ready to be covered. Please leave your name and contact details with Mrs Heath at [email protected]   or on 8847-8317.  

Literary Celebrations

Astrid Lindgren

14 November, 1907. This year marks the 110th anniversary of the birth of Astrid Lindgren, the author of the classic Pippi Longstocking.

To read more about this author and her works visit:

Pippi Longstocking can be found in the Accelerated Reader section of the Library. (LIN)


Louisa Alcott

185 years ago on 29th November, 1832, Louisa May Alcott was born in Pennsylvania. She went on to create a memorable series about the March Family, beginning with Little Women.

The Senior Library has a number of titles in the series. They can be found in the Family section and are available for borrowing by students in Year 7 and up. There are also abridged versions for younger readers.    

 Read more about Louisa May Alcott at


Jane Austen

This year also marks 200 years since the publication of Northanger Abbey, by Jane Austen   


Photo: CSEN Champions Carnival

CSEN Champions Carnival

This year CSEN introduced a new event called the Champions Carnival, designed to allow the best athletes to progress past the Eastern regional stage of Christian schools competitions.  41 of our best athletes qualified to go on the day, already an outstanding achievement, competing in a range of throwing, jumping and running events.

A special congratulations goes to Nick Arefta (Yr12), Carla Dreyer (Yr9), Ella Cassidy (Yr9), Chavella Tanubrata (Yr7) and Andrea Chai (Yr7) for breaking a CSEN record on the day - 2 individual records and one relay.

Overall our athletes managed 24 gold, 17 silver and 9 bronze medals - an awesome result!​

Steve Mellody

Head of PE & Sport


Knox Divisional Tennis Championships

On Monday 23rd October our Year 5/6 Girls Tennis Team represented St Andrews at the Knox Divisional Championships at Mountain Gate Tennis Club.


The girls won their first 3 rounds and made it to the final against last year’s State Champions. Unfortunately, they were too strong for us on the day, but our girls put in a fantastic effort to finish 2nd overall.


Well done to Matilda Russell, Ruby Muggeridge, Laura Hooi, Elizabeth Li, Emma Courtis, Sarah Zhu, Irena Tan and Allison Lam. 


Steve Mellody

Head of PE & Sport


The St Andrews Netball Club has been having a great spring season. We have seen several of our teams move up to compete in higher sections this season. This is a great sign of how healthy our netball club is and of the continued development of the girl’s skills. This season has also given birth to a new Under 13’s team called the ‘Vixons’. It is so exciting to see how our club is growing and the excitement that is building as we continue to expand.


We have just completed round 11 of a 13 round season. The girls have been training hard and implementing what they are learning into their Saturday games. As we come to the end of the season and prepare for finals all of our teams are doing fantastic. Here is a breakdown of our current ladder positions:


Under 11 Section 3 Mockingbirds:      5th

Under 13 Section 3 Swifts:                      1st

Under 13 Section 6 Vixons:                     2nd

Under 15 Section 3 Stars:                        2nd

Under 15 Section 5 Diamonds:             1st


As a club we are also looking forward to our end of year Netball Club Presentation Night which will be held on Monday 11th December. This a great opportunity for the girls to gather with their families and celebrate the club, team and individual achievements for the year. Invitations will be coming soon with more details.


We are now starting to prepare for the 2018 Winter Competition which will start on February 10th 2018. This week all girls from Year 3 to Year 11 will have received an expression of interest form. If your daughter is interested in joining the St Andrews Netball Club please return that form by Monday 6th November.


If you have any enquires please email Lauren Gaschk on [email protected]


Kind regards,

Lauren Gaschk

St Andrews Netball Club President

Community Notices

Newsletter 10

This section of our newsletter is to give our families information about programs being run by organisations outside of the school which may interest our school families.

These organisations are not endorsed by St Andrews Christian College.

Gridiron for Boys and Girls

Croydon Ranges Gridiron Club have commenced a new season on Friday nights. Looking for boys and girls aged 10-16 for a safe, non-contact version of the sport.


St Andrews Christian College
2017 AGM Invite Nomination.pdf
Careers News 20 September 2017.pdf
Careers News 15 September 2017.pdf
Pathways Programs to University 2018.pdf
Careers News 7 September 2017.pdf
Careers News 13 October 2017.pdf
CHANGE OF PREFERENCE (COP) Dates and Contacts.pdf
Careers News 20 October 2017.pdf
Careers News 20 October 2017.pdf