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Vixens Open Netball Training

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Princes Hill students attended the open training session of the Melbourne Vixens Netball team at the State Netball & Hockey Centre


 

 

TOPshots!

Congratulations to Princes Hill Secondary College student Brigit Maher (Year 12, 2015) on being selected to show her Studio Arts folio work in the TOPshots! exhibition at the Monash Gallery of Art.

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Brigit’s work, Teenagers in their Bedrooms, is an intimate series of portraits that explores adolescence, identity and place. 

Throughout my folio I have explored how our surrounding and environment can reflect and shape our personalities…  We are constantly evolving and changing, especially as young adults and these

photos provide a real insight into the lives of adolescents... The photos are quite intimate and the personal construction of their surrounding environments reveals much about the subject.

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The TOPshots! exhibition showcases the best photomedia from the VCE Art, Media & Studio Arts classes of 2015 and runs from the 16 April 2016 to 29 May 2016.


 

 

PHSC Yoga

PHSC Yoga resumes for term 2 2016 on Wednesday 13th April at the Princes Hill Community Centre, located at the rear of 270 Macpherson St. (2 minutes from school) Classes begin at 3.30 and run for one and half hours with our parent and yoga teacher extraordinaire Richard Liddicutt who describes the classes as an artistic approach to Hatha style yoga. Anyone 15 or over is welcome and classes cater for all levels of ability.

For prices or any other enquiries phone Richard Liddicut on:93871236.


 

 

Australian Open Taekwondo Champion

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In June this year Kyah English represented her club and Australia at the 2015 Taekwondo Australian Open. Kyah’s first bout was against a New Zealand national team member and she came out on top with the win. Kyah’s next bout was against another Australian athlete and took another win sending her to the finals were she was to face another Australian competitor. After a tight opening 2 rounds Kyah came home strongly and was rewarded with becoming the Australian Open Champion of 2015 in her division.


 

 

Prospective parents and students: 2017 Year 7 entry

Tours of Princes Hill Secondary College will begin in Week 4 of Term 1, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9-10 am, and continue until Week 4 of Term 2.

Enrolment information can be found here.

Primary school parents and students are invited to attend a tour of Princes Hill Secondary College to find out more about our school. It is necessary to book a place on a tour as they fill up quickly. Tours are limited to 30 persons.

Please call the Front Office on 9389 0600 to book your places on a tour.

Term 2

Week 1 Wednesday April 13, Thursday April 14

Week 2 Tuesday April 19, Thursday no tour

Year 7 2017 Information sessions: Thursday 21 April 4pm and 7pm in the PHSC Theatre

Week 3 Wednesday April 27

Week 4 Wednesday May 4, Thursday May 5 (last scheduled tour)


 

 

Grace Notes

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Year 9 student Grace Robinson has won the Australian Childrens Music Foundation National Songwriting Competition in the year 9 & 10 category.

Grace has recently been working with former PHSC student/music man, Connor Harry-Blackall (AKA Connor Black-Harry), at Decibels Records. They have spent long hours whacking, strumming and screeching to eventually produce a final mix of her new song "Apparently Not Yet". Conveniently, this was around the time of the ACMF National Songwriting Competition, which Grace then submitted this song into. And won!

Check out the song online http://acmf.com.au/national-songwriting-competition-winner/ and stay tuned for the final mix to come out in the not too distant future.


 

 

Nasteho at the E with a footy legend

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Nasteho Hashi, one of Princes Hill's Fitzroy based female football players, is proudly pictured above with Tayla Harris, the AFL star from the recent female AFL Melbourne - Footscray match. This match was televised live to a huge audience, out rating the Essendon - Adelaide match, and showcased the sublime skills and  tenacity of the women players, leading to calls for the establishment of a national women's league. We're all looking forward to watching  Nasteho perform out there on the big stage in a couple of years time.

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