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09 December 2019

Congratulations to our two ICAS Medal Winners

The International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS), takes place in over 20 countries, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa, Europe, America and Pacific countries. It is offered to both primary and secondary students.

04 December 2019

The Quest National Competition

Community, Junior School

To win one challenge in a major state competition is excellent, but to win two out of three and be informed that no other team has ever accomplished such, is extremely encouraging; especially when the final national challenge is only a matter of days away.

02 December 2019

Ormiston College choir members perform in State Honours Ensemble Program, Griffith University

Junior School, Music

Ormiston College Junior School choir students from Year 4 and Year 5 represented the College at this year’s Primary SHEP (State Honours Ensemble Program). They joined ensembles of over 100 students, singing songs from around the world, songs from across time, and in particular, songs by renowned Australian composers.

25 November 2019

Award for UQ Science Ambassadors

Senior School

Our Year 11 UQ Science Ambassadors worked tirelessly throughout 2019 promoting Science activities and events. Their efforts were recently acknowledged when we received news that they had won the award for the ‘Best Ambassador School’ (Metro Queensland).

18 November 2019

Farewell Class of 2019

Community, Junior School, Middle School, Senior School

On Friday 15 November, the Ormiston College community bid farewell to this year's Year 12 cohort at a whole school assembly which was followed by a Graduation and Valedictory ceremony.

13 November 2019

Year 12 students farewell their language studies with tradition

Senior School

Graduating Year 12 language students followed College tradition by spending their last lessons involved in German and Japanese activities.