NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Matric Dinner 2020

October 25, 2020

The Rundle College Class of 2020 celebrated the year with an elegant Matric Dinner at Augusta Grill. The event marks the end of a long and arduous journey, but it is also the celebration of the next step and new things to come for the matric students. Wishing the Class of 2020 all the best on their journey to success, to continue to challenge themselves, to achieve their full potential in life and to make each day count!

Respiratory System Dissection in the Biology Lab:

September 30, 2020

Lab work can be quite a messy task, but it is absolutely worth it! At first I was quite nervous to see bloody organs, but once we got started it was extremely fascinating. It was wonderful to see how everything is connected to each other. We mainly looked at the respiratory system and at how the trachea branches out into bronchi and then into such smaller bronchioles was incredible. It was unbelievable to see how complex and detailed everything was and how we, ourselves, have these complex organs within us! I learnt some really extraordinary things and had a blast with my lab partner. Thank you for the experience

 

IG1 student Michelle Yanioglou

Outstanding Results

June 28, 2020

We are extremely proud of our academic achievements to date and now have yet another accolade to add! Yemaya Morley, a 2019 AS student, achieved the third highest mark in the world for Environmental Management. This is a monumental achievement and we are extremely proud of her. I would also like to thank her family for their obvious support and encouragement. A special word of thanks goes to, Ms. Tana Scott, for her continued belief in Yemaya. Not many people know but this was a process which involved many additional hours and independent study over a number of years to prepare for this. This is now the 4th special achievement that Rundle College has achieved for Environmental Management over the last five years. It is also not surprising to note that four of our Environmental Management students from last year have decided to study their BSc in Environmental Studies, yet another accolade to the school and Ms. Scott.

Principal
Dr Stuart Colesky

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