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Pets of CCGS
CCGS students share remote learning with their pets. From cows, budgies, lizards and dogs our album will make you smile.
careers education at CCGS
Seeking out opportunities and taking on challenges. We talk with CCGS Careers Advisor on preparing students for life after school.
Students at CCGS design a lunchbox for a friend
Junior School tackles a three week Next Generation Learner project - to design and create the perfect lunchbox for a friend.
CCGS rugby old boy presents jersey to current player
Last month the CCGS First XV Rugby team played their first home game of the season, a highly anticipated match against rivals Chevalier College. To mark the occasion, past CCGS Rugby players were invited back to show their support, provide some words of wisdom for the current team and reminisce about their own playing days.
CCGS alumni Caitlin De Wit
When Caitlin De Wit graduated from CCGS in 2004 she thought she had it all figured out. She wanted to work hard, complete a Vet Science degree at Sydney University, work in England and travel around Europe. Life, however, presented her with some unexpected challenges along the way.
Take 3 for the Sea youth summit
To celebrate World Oceans Day on 8 June, CCGS students joined with 150 young leaders to advocate for change.
CCGS Language Week
A week to explore and celebrate language learning.
CCGS releases new Strategic Plan 21-25
CCGS Strategic Plan 21-25 sets path forward with wellbeing and next generation learning front and centre.
Say no to vaping campaign
Schools across the Coast are showing their support for the Central Coast Local Health District's Say No to Vaping campaign.
CCGS comes together to raise funds for oxygen due to COVID
CCGS community comes together to raise over $9k for the Indian Red Cross due to COVID.
Meet Sunny the CCGS dog
She’s here. Meet Sunny, the newest member of our CCGS family.
CCGS alumni Pippa Templerley
Pippa Temperley (2009) has a keen focus on the growth and development of elite athletes off field and the role that plays in their on-field performance. A career that includes working in the high performance divisions of Sydney and La Trobe Universities, and working with athletes across a variety of sports and career stages (including the Olympics), Pippa credits CCGS for fostering her love of sport.