Summerland News

Our Maths & Information Technology HSC Teacher, Mr Amber, explains that seeing students thrive at Summerland is what he loves most.

Read more: Meet Mr Amber from our 2017 HSC Team

Year 11 Advanced Maths HSC Teacher, Mrs Barr, explains why she loves teaching Secondary students and why it is an honour to teach Maths.

Read more: Meet Mrs Barr from our 2017 HSC Team

Our Work Studies HSC Teacher, Mrs Atherton, explains why she loves teaching secondary students and introduces Summerland's latest HSC subject on offer, Work Studies.

Read more: Meet Mrs Atherton from our 2017 HSC Team

Meet the incredible team who will help shape our senior students final years of Secondary education.

Read more: The 2017 HSC Team

On Thursday November 3rd, four students from Summerland Christian College visited Southern Cross University to attend the Years 7 and 8 AIME Day (AIME stands for Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience).

Read more: AIME Day SCU

Earlier this year brothers Angus (Year 8)Sam (Year 6) Gray and Annissa Tamvakellis (Year 6) participated in The Brissie to the Bay road cycling event, helping to raise money to fight the debilitating disease MS.

Read more: Angus & Sam Gray (Year 6 & 8)

Over the holidays Hayley Oakes (Year 7) raced in the QLD State Mountainbiking Championships held in Mackay.

Read more: Hayley Oakes (Year 7)

A number of weeks ago Ella Oakes (Year 8) came 2nd in the under 16 year olds girls Byron to Bruns Beach Fun Run.

Read more: Ella Oakes

Kyah Oosterbeek (Year 11) and Zanthie Bailey (Year 8) were both awarded $250 scholarships in the Airforce Cadets for further development.

Read more: Kyah Oosterbeek


Read more: Drop-Off Coffee Cart

Back in March this year I met a beautiful lady called Carolyn. Like me, her son was in Trindy, the same days as my son but we had actually never really stopped to have a conversation. I knew her to smile at, say “Hello” and “See ya” but that was about it.  

Read more: How I Met a Mum!

Summerland Christian College celebrated excellence recently when quite a number of our Year 3 and Year 5 students were presented with special NAPLAN Academic Achievement and Improvement Awards.

Read more: Primary Celebrates Naplan

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