Posted on July 17, 2018
Lauren Wooller and Paige Anderson study at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in New York City
During the recent holidays, Year 9 students Lauren Wooller and Paige Anderson attended a three week placement at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy studying ballet through their Summer Intensive Program in New York City.
They danced 9-5 every weekday, lived independently in a college dorm, caught the Subway to and from class and prepared their own meals. Classes were taken by Russian teachers who couldn’t speak any English. With translators to help, over the three week period Lauren and Paige picked up quite a few Russian words.
This was truly an amazing educational experience and opportunity which allowed Lauren and Paige to follow their passion. Well done to you both for securing placement into this program which was via audition only. We are sure you had an incredible time!
Mitch McGovern finishes second in Victorian Junior Road Series U17B division
We are excited to congratulate Year 9 student Mitch McGovern on some fantastic road racing results achieved over the school holidays.
During the first week, Mitch competed in the third round of the Victorian Junior Road Series (VJRS) at the Bendigo Junior Tour. Mitch raced well over the three stage event and placed 9th overall in the U17B Men’s division.
The fourth and final round of the VJRS was the Eildon Junior Tour held last weekend. This was a four stage event and Mitch won the U17Bs!
With all four rounds of the VJRS complete, we are pleased to share that Mitch finished 2nd in the overall classification of the VJRS for the U17B division.
Well done, Mitch! Your hard work and dedication has paid off and is shown in these fantastic results.
Ophelia Sebek attends ice skating camp in Ceska Lipa, Czechia
Ophelia Sebek in Year 9 spent her winter break at an ice skating camp in Ceska Lipa, Czechia. Enjoy this video of Ophelia and her classmates performing.
Ophelia spends considerable time pursuing her passion of ice-skating. This requires commitment and dedication, and is a wonderful opportunity to work with others who share the same passion. Well done, Ophelia!
Gary Haasbroek wins silver!
Congratulations to alumnus Gary Haasbroek (YG 2016) who won the Decathlon silver medal representing Australia at the International Association of Athletics Federations World Under 20 Championships in Tampere, Finland. This is a fantastic accomplishment that Gary has worked extremely hard to achieve. Well done, Gary!