Month: September 2021

SCEA Snap of the Week : ‘Logan for Logan’

The story behind this photo is something to behold. Southern Hills Christian College (SHCC) Pre-Primary student Logan Treasure has just begun his educational journey. In addition, he also has a form of cancer known as promyelocytic leukemia. SHCC Year 12 student Logan McEvoy (due to finish his schooling journey soon) decided to shave his iconic …

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Swan staff celebrated by AISWA

Selected staff at Swan Christian College (SCC) have been involved in two projects with the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia (AISWA). A number of these staff have been commended for the quality of their teaching. Both projects involved learning about, implementing, and teaching their peers about High Impact Practices (HIPS). In the Junior …

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Mundaring Year Eight students travel to Wooroloo to help the community

Mundaring’s recent Year Eight Camp demonstrates what students are capable of when their energies are channelled in a positive direction. Led by Mr Ray Hockley (Dean of Year Seven and Eight), the Year Eight’s prepared for the camp by collecting donations for the Salvation Army Winter Appeal and participating in a number of workshops designed …

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SCEA Pioneers of the Week: Alan & Valerie Campbell

It has been sixteen years since the Campbell’s finished up at SCEA. Their children completed schooling through Midland Christian School (now known as Swan Christian College: Junior Campus) and then Swan Christian High School in Middle Swan (now Swan Christian College: Senior Campus). However, there is a generation of SCEA staff and families who remember …

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Kalamunda students shine in ‘Magpie Manor’ musical mystery!

Selected students from Kalamunda Christian School (KCS) played to large crowds across two nights (September 16th and 17th 2021) at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre (KPAC) in a remake of the ‘Mystery at Magpie Manor’. The students danced, flapped and sang their way through a classic mystery set in the stately confines of a 1920’s mansion complete …

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Olympic athletes visit Beechboro Christian School

For all of the hockey aficionados out there who watched the Kookaburras (Australian Men’s National team) or the Hockeyroos (Australian Women’s National team) in the Tokyo Olympics recently, you will know of the proud tradition of hockey medallists through years gone by. The concept of an ‘Olympic athlete’ became a reality for students at Beechboro …

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SCEA Snap of the Week – Father time in Swan’s Early Years

The annual Father’s Night event at Swan Christian College: Junior Campus is a highlight for the Early Years students and their families (Kindergarten to Year two). Swan’s Communications Officer extraordinaire Mona Humphreys was on hand with her camera to take these excellent photos to capture the moment. Thanks to Mona and also the teachers who …

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Swan Christian College: 2022 College Principal Update

Interviews were conducted this week for the position of College Principal following a process of short-listing and discussions. The panel members include Dr Thelma Perso (Chief Education Officer, SCEA), Ms Tracy Holmes (Executive Principal, Carey Baptist College and National Council Member, Christian Schools Australia), Dr Graeme Cross (Chief Executive Officer, SCEA) and Mr Rod McNeill …

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