Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School students have excelled in a wide range of academic, sporting and co-curricular activities and competitions throughout Term 1. Some student achievements are listed below:
Zoe Butler, Year 12, and Jye Jensen, Year 10, competed in the Australian Age Swimming Championships in Brisbane in April. Past student Ryan Evernden (2012) is also competing. See the West article on the Bunbury Swimming Club team or keep up-to-date with the results.
Jessica Repacholi, Year 11, will be represented WA in the U/17s netball team at the Nationals Netball Championships at the ACT Netball Centre from the 19 to 24 April. Past student Kate Duncan (2016) will also represented WA in U/19s at the Nationals Netball Championships.
2017 ANZAC Tour
Year 10 student Patrick Reilly was selected for the 2017 Premier’s ANZAC Student Tour to Singapore. To read the itinerary and the students’ tour journals, follow the tour’s 2017 blog page http://www.det.wa.edu.au/curriculumsupport/anzac/detcms/navigation/2017-...
Johann Scholtz, Year 7, competed in the National Cross Country Mountain Bike Championship in the U/15 boys category. The event was held in Canungra, Queensland on 18 March. His Johann’s experience racing on a national level was challenging with a tough course and wet conditions and he finished 13th in his age group.
Coding and Robotics
Caitlin Shaw recently achieved a perfect score in Web Comp (Beginners). Students learn how to write webpages in HTML and CSS while competing with others around the world. The Beginners stream is designed for students with no prior experience of web development and covers crucial information for building real websites.
Many BCGS students competed in the Bunbury Basketball Association in the 2016/17 season. Primary students also represented the School at the IPSHA Basketball Carnival at the end of Term 1. A list of results, including a number of individual student achievements, can be viewed on the Basketball news story.
Science and Engineering Challenge
Our Secondary students won the Science and Engineering Challenge with our Primary students coming a very close second. Read more in the news story.