Student achievements and special events are celebrated at Coffs Harbour Senior College. You can find details of what's been happening at the College by reading the articles below, or by keeping up to date with our Facebook page.
You can access the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/coffsharboursc
The College also produces a regular newsletter which is sent home to students and their families. You can access recent issues of our newsletter at the link below.
As part of the Digital Education Revolution program, all students are supplied with a College laptop to support their learning through Years 9 to 12. At the end of Year 12, ownership of these laptops is transferred to students.
The transfer of ownership involves a number of steps:
Well done to all our students for their efforts in the recent Zone Athletics. Some of the highlights from the day include:
Boys - a series of great results!
Girls - our girls were outstanding!
Congratulations all students who attended an extremely successful athletics carnival.
A big thank you to our volunteers Georgia Gerdes, Fiona Mackay and Jarvis Duncan who assisted with marshalling on the day and ensured the day ran smoothly.
Twenty-five cyclists recently rode to college as part of the National Ride to School Program. We were delighted at the response to the ride and cyclists were given a cup of coffee and cake for their efforts.
We have inaugurated a special trophy for the cyclists called The Cadel named after Australia’s well known cyclist to encourage students and staff to ride to College on this day.
The trophy is awarded on the basis of the most number of cyclists coming from either north or south of Hogbin Drive. This year the trophy will be awarded to the Northerners.
Don’t forget the National Ride to Work Day in October where once again the trophy will be up for taking between the Northerners and the Southerners of Hogbin Drive. A big thank you to the SRC who yet again helped in the running of the event.
Coffs Harbour Senior College students Emma Goddard, Chandla Stack, Klaryse Dam and Casey Irwin head to Homebush, Sydney on the 25 March to contest the 4×50m Freestyle Relay.
It is the first time in the history of the college that a senior girls relay side has qualified for the CHS State Swimming Titles. Whilst only one of the girls still swims competitively, the other three girls have a swimming history for their respective sporting involvements. The girls convincingly qualified in a time of 2:05 whilst competing at the North Coast Swimming Championships at Banora Point last week in an elite field of swimmers.
Sporting opportunities and achievements at the college are thriving with the college actively participating in many sports provided by the Department of Education & Training Sports Unit.