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  • ACG ACG Pathways ACG Schools New Education

    Production of Annie, “truly a school-wide event”

    Participation was a key value behind this year’s production of Annie, which saw more than 140 students from Years 7-13 involved in the cast, crew, orchestra and front of house.
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    Scientists off to Chemistry camp

    Congratulations to Dunbar Sloane, Crystal Li and Alan Tian in Year 13 who have been selected from around 100 students to attend the final training camp of the NZ Chemistry OIympiad.
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    Spotlight on staff: Joseph Janiszewski

    He’s doing a Masters, expecting a baby, writing a novel, teaching our Year sixes and running the Junior Choir.
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    Meet Jake Earnest – BMX rider

    Year 9 student Jake Earnest comes from a family of BMX riders. He’s ranked third in New Zealand in his age group for BMX and represented the school earlier this year in the national mountain bike downhill champs.
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    Young harpist describes playing at Carnegie Hall

    Year 8 student Jennifer Zhang has just returned from a dream trip – playing the harp on stage at Carnegie Hall.
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    Misconceptions about PE – “It’s not about dodgeball”

    Misconceptions around Physical Education are common, and many students worry it won’t help them get into university.