Crowned champion

St Paul’s year seven student Alexandar Mirkovic at the recent 2017 Taekwondo National Championships held in Bendigo.

Year seven St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School student Alexandar Mirkovic was crowned national champion for his division at the recent Taekwondo National Championships in Bendigo. Alexandar competed in the 34 to 37kg red belt 12-14-year-old males, winning his first fight

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Darcy serves to success

After playing tennis since the age of six, St Paul’s student Darcy Nicholls won the boys singles 12 and under event at the Victorian Schoolboy and Schoolgirl Championships.

Darcy Nicholls served his way to success in the boys 12 and under singles of the recent Victorian Schoolboy and Schoolgirl Championships. The championships, held at the Boroondara Tennis Centre in North Balwyn, were part of the Silver Series Junior

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Solemn ceremony honours lives lost in war

St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School students sing the national anthem during the Warragul Remembrance Day service.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette November 17, 2015 Local schools were well represented as Warragul’s citizens gathered at the Warragul Cenotaph last Wednesday to mark Remembrance Day. It was a solemn occasion in the wake of the 100th anniversary a few

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They’ve got the X factor

Emily Morrison, a student of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, sings “Naughty” from Matilda the Musical in “Kids X Factor” to a packed Bunyip Hall.

Warragul & District Gazette November 17, 2015 Singers and dancing filled the Bunyip Hall for the second annual “Kids X Factor”. The Bunyip and District Community House organised event attracted 16 acts made up of 26 children from Morwell to

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40 hours sacrifice for other people

St Paul’s students actively involved in the 40 Hour Famine ((from left) Riley Morton, Meghan Wright, Zara Hakam, Isabella Bellomo (past student), Alexandria Kirkbright and Rebecca Castle.

West Gippsland Trader October 8, 2015 Students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School were actively involved with the 40 Hour Famine. This year St Paul’s has raised over $800 through the 40 Hour Famine with 45 students participating by giving

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Students make a difference

St Paul’s sustainability captain Jessica Garcia with grade one students Teagan Coldebella and Isabella Sowerby planting trees in Brooker Park for the regeneration project.

West Gippsland Trader, September 24, 2015 St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School has been named a finalist in the Community Leadership School of the Year category of the ResourceSmart Education Awards for leading a multi-partner community project at Brooker Park. The

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Problem solving students

In their costumes are the St Paul’s Maths Engineering team who will compete in the State finals of Tournament of Minds (Back row from left): Kaden Faumuina, Darcy Nicholls, Corey Maric and Anneka Pellett and (front row) Luca Fascio, Idris Mofakhami and Asher Norlyng.

West Gippsland Trader September 17th 2015 A group of Junior School students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School recently competed in the regional final of Tournament of the Minds (TOM) at Federation University. TOM is a problem solving program for

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Grandparents go back to school

Travis Thirkell and Marilyn Ferguson watch a video presentation at grandparents day.

West Gippsland Trader August 13th 2015 St Paul’s Year 9 students at the unique Miller’s Factory Year 9 Centre recently hosted ‘Grandparents Day’ where more than 300 people attended and were served tea and scones while students showcased their heritage

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First 100 days ticked off

St Paul’s Anglican Grammar preps Olivia Bryce and Kaelan Lowe celebrate their 100th day of prep.

West Gippsland Trader, August 13 Prep students of St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School recently celebrated their 100th day at school. The day marked 100 days since the preps began their educational journey at St Paul’s and celebrations were themed around

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Arts doyenne is saluted by peers

St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School principal Lisa Maloney (left) congratulates Prue Vermay on her award.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, July 28, 2015 Former performing arts and drama teacher at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School Prue Vermay was recently awarded the Gippsland Education Service Award by the Australian College of Educators. The awards evenings have been

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