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Clarendon on Tour – Music group Feet the Band!

Posted September 24, 2013.

Early Saturday morning on the 14th of September the 13 members of Feet hit the road. First stop: St Arnaud. We played at the market to advertise that evening’s performance at the Sporting Club. These performance brought out the College community, the local musicians and interested people, many of whom got their dancing shoes on.

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Bell Shakespeare incursion at Clarendon

Posted September 3, 2013.

On Tuesday the 26th of August, the year 10 students gathered in the Senior School Lecture Theatre to watch Bell Shakespeare’s performance of Macbeth. The group of actors: Janine; Jenna; Ray and Griffin, delivered a captivating performance that was both enjoyable and educational for all students.

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21ST CENTURY SCIENCE CENTRE

Posted August 22, 2013.

After nearly three years of investigation, consultation, planning, briefing of architects, applying for building permits, and seeking VCAT approval, the biggest building project in the modern history of Clarendon – a new Science Centre has commenced

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Community Service

Posted August 14, 2013.

In the Term 2 holidays, 18 students, 3 teachers and 2 doctors jetted off to Papua New Guinea to provide medical aid to the men, women and children of Milne Bay. The medical treatment our generous doctors provide is the only opportunity most of these people have in a year to receive medical treatment, which is something most of us take for granted.

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Clarendon celebrates 150 years

Posted August 5, 2013.

Clarendon 150, the celebrations to mark 150 years since the beginnings of what is now Ballarat Clarendon College, will commence on 10 November 2013 with the official opening of the David Sewell Pavilion combined with a history and remembrance afternoon tea. Historian and author Ross McMullin will be the occasional speaker, and a new honour board which records the wartime service of Clarendon Ladies College Old Collegians will be presented to the school.

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