Year 10 French and Japanese classes attended a Language Study Day at the University of Wollongong. We were fortunate to have several university students and graduates spare their time to talk to us and share their personal experiences and the journey they undertook when they themselves learnt a second or third language. They taught us the importance of learning a language other than English and how it could aid us in the future. We are grateful to these students and graduates for giving up their time to talk with us and for sharing their experiences. They were inspirational and encouraged us to continue learning foreign languages and to consider it as a possible career in the near future.Year 10 Language Study Day is a once in a lifetime experience that thoroughly inspired us to strive to achieve in the near future. We highly recommend it for all future students and language classes.
|The Maths Awards for year 9 for this term are:
|On Tuesday 19th of March, fifteen Year 11 students from Port Hacking High School were guests of Major League Baseball as part of Opening Season 2014 at the SCG. There they met with Arizona Diamondbacks starting catcher and MLB All-Star Miguel Montero. Miguel spoke to the students about his experiences growing up in Venezuela, bilingualism, education, the importance of staying in school and the impact it has had on his life and career.|
These are the current maths awards for term 1
|Year 12||Year 11||Year 10|
J Da ROs
When: Monday 24 February
Venue: School auditorium
Year 10 Certificate
Record of Student Achievement
HSC & ATAR
Year 12 students and their parents are invited to attend an information evening where these and many other questions will be answered.