Ethan 6F and Asha 4W have been selected to represent our state in upcoming sporting events. Ethan will be representing South Australia in cricket at the national Under 12 Carnival held in NSW and Victoria in January 2018. This is the second year in row that Ethan has been selected for this team and this year he has also been selected as the team’s Vice Captain. Ethan has also just returned from the state primary schools competition where he and Carl 7RHO represented the Adelaide South East District team, which came first overall. Asha will be competing at high jump at the national Athletics Carnival being held in Adelaide later this year. Asha was picked for this team after winning in the district day and state day earlier this year. We wish both Ethan and Asha all the best and we look forward to hearing all about their events when they return next year.
Congratulations to Sean 11MBR who has been selected to represent South Australia at the Under 18 Men’s National Baseball Championships from 5 - 18 January at Blacktown International Sportspark, NSW. Sean worked with his peers at Baseball SA’s Elite Academy, a new complex at Diamond Sports West Beach throughout the off season. As a result of his development Sean has achieved success with his SA club Kensington Cardinals as Senior Men’s Division 1 position of Short Stop. The SA U18 team are considered a strong chance to challenge for the national title and we wish Sean all the best as he prepares for and plays in the Championships.
Congratulations to the following students who recently sat their AMEB exams and achieved excellent results:
- Eva L (Preliminary Piano): A Honours
- Emily R (Grade 1 Piano): A+ High Distinction
- Sofia O (Grade 2 Piano): A+ High Distinction
- Angus 9SWH (Grade 1 Trombone): A+ High Distinction
- Oscar 7MGA (Grade 1 Trombone): A+ High Distinction
A big congratulations also to Jasmine 8EJO who was recently awarded the AMEB prize for AMusA Violin, as selected by the Advisory Board's Prizes Committee, an impressive accolade. Well done!Back to top
On Monday evening 27 November, the ASME 2017 Young Composers’ Award Concert was held at St Mary’s College in Adelaide. The audience was delighted in the performances – especially “Haunted House” composed by one of our students, Jude 4R, and performed by a string quintet, including Jude on the violin and Paddy 5S, also from the St John’s Campus, on the cello. We congratulate Jude on being awarded second place in the Composers in School Years R-7 section for “Haunted House” and an Honorary Mention for his composition, “Agitazione”!
The Australian Girls Choir (AGC) has awarded Katelyn 11RGO The June Bronhill Scholarship for 2018 in Adelaide, for vocal excellence and the potential to pursue a career in the performing arts. This was announced at the AGC Annual Concert at the Adelaide Town Hall on Saturday the 25 November. Well done, Katelyn, on this excellent achievement!Back to top