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Australian Brain Bee Challenge

On the 13th July, five Year 10 girls and Ms Rieniets travelled to Melbourne University to compete in the Brain Bee Challenge. We competed against schools from around Victoria in both individual and team challen
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Yr 7 International Netball Comp

Over the holidays 10 of our Year 7 students represented MGSC at the Waverley International Schools Championships in Netball. The girls trained before school on a weekly basis last term and played 15 games over
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Aerobics State Final

On Sunday 5th June, over 40 students competed at aerobics competitions in Geelong. Three teams went through to State Finals where they achieved personal best performances in a tight field. The girls should be c
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Equathon Challenge

On Friday 3rd June, MGSC entered a team of three Year 8s into the 2016 Balcombe Grammar Equathon Challenge. Macayla Gregory was first up in the Showjumping where her and her horse Beats performed wonderfully, o
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Junior Footy

On the 4th May, several Year 7 and 9 girls participated in the girls footy competition. It was a successful day. The girls played four games against Cheltenham, Elwood, Mac.Rob and Albert Park. The girls won th
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Visit to Government House

On Wednesday 2nd March, Ms Erwin and our new international student, Jane Dinh, visited Government House and met many people from both the Education Department and state politics. There were many other internati
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VIC Jnr Track & Field C’ships

The 2016 Victorian Junior Track and Field Championships were held over the weekend of February 12th-14th. Mentone Girls’ SC had three students competing in a variety of events with fantastic success. Millie B
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National Youth Science Forum

From 4th-16th January we attended the National Youth Science Forum, held at the Australian National University in Canberra. It was an amazing experience focused on networking with like-minded students from acro
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MGSC turns 60!

The 60th celebrations were a huge success. It was back to 1955 on Friday 21st August, with no technology and staff dressed in costume from that decade. Many teachers ran classes inspired by the 1950s and there
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International Student Forum

Over 120 international and local students, teachers and International Student Coordinators met at the State Library of Victoria on Wednesday 29th April to brainstorm the challenges and opportunities of having t