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Floriade Performance 2014

Published on 19 September 2014
The performances from both the Concert Band and Jazz Band at Floriade were great! The Concert Band played (in no particular order) Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (cue trumpets) YMCA (the Jazz Band showed off their dance moves), Sesame Street and our favourite, sort of, Frozen. The Jazz Band then took centre stage, playing some classics […]
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Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians

Published on 19 September 2014
The Mathematics Challenge is open to all students.  The challenge consists of 5 or 6 problem solving questions which students work on over a period of 3 weeks. Mount Stromlo High School had a number of students participate and some excellent mathematical thinking was shown. Echo Wang (10) produced amazing results and as awarded with […]
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AFL Maths Challenge Results

Published on 19 September 2014
During Week 6 this term, students from Mount Stromlo were invited to participate in the AFL Maths Challenge. This consisted of logging into Mathletics, going to their avatar and wearing your favourite AFL team beanie. Then by playing 1 game of each of level 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Live Mathletics saw you finish […]
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College Information at Parent Teacher Night – Term 4

Published on 18 September 2014
Are you are a Year 10 student or a parent of a Year 10 student who has questions about College? If the answer is yes, then you will be able to speak with representatives from both Canberra and Narrabundah Colleges who will be attending our Parent Teacher Evening on Thursday 16th October.  Feel free to […]
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Dance Festival 2014

Published on 18 September 2014
Congratulations to all students who participated in Dance Festival 2014.  The girls performed a piece titled “Murder on the Dance Floor’ to link in with the overall theme of ‘Stories’. The Year 10 Dance class worked extremely hard during semester 1 to create the piece and auditions were held at the end of term 2.  […]
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