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Hockey Teams at Winter TournamentThursday, 13 September 2012 09:38
The ACG Strathallan Boys and Girls 1st XI Hockey teams took part in New Zealand Secondary Schools Winter Tournament last week with the boys team playing in the Mayhill Cup Secondary Boys Hockey Tournament in Stratford and the girls team playing at Wanganui in the Eveline Hankers Memorial Secondary Schools Tournament .
ACG wins prestigious international STM Star High School AwardThursday, 06 September 2012 15:56
STM Star High School Award
Winner: ACG Schools, New Zealand
On Saturday 1st September, ACG was for the second year in a row awarded the STM Star High School Award at the international education industry's most prestigious event at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
ACG Strathallan pre-school collects stationery for friends in faraway placesFriday, 24 August 2012 17:19
ACG Strathallan pre-school students are collecting stationery. But it's not for a school project or to write on. It's to send to other little (and bigger) people just like them, half a world away.
Ann Bennett, ACG Strathallan preschool teacher, has just returned from a mountain biking tour of Tanzania. After staying one night in a local school's grounds she reaslied that students here can help in a big way just by sending everyday school items to their Tanzanian counterparts.
Kamwanga School in Tanzania is a collection of three buildings, each with two classrooms. There are over 700 pupils and only 8 teachers (in one class there are 135 pupils). This part of the country does not have power, so there are no lights in these dark, crowded rooms.
ACG Strathallan student going for gold in Rhythmic GymnasticsFriday, 24 August 2012 09:27
The sport of Rhythmic Gymnastics has once again risen in profile with the recent London Olympics, and ACG Strathallan has its own Olympian-in-training in the form of Year 7 student, Grace Schroder.
Top local equestrian finalist in Franklin Sports AwardsWednesday, 22 August 2012 09:54
Caitlin Benzie, local young equestrian, has been blazing a trail of success in the past 12 months. So much so, it has got her into the finals for the Franklin Sports Awards, in the Young Sportswoman under 19 category.