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This week we acknowledged the contribution of our Year 12 students with a House celebration, morning tea, Senior School Assembly, and farewell mass. They now take time to prepare for their final examinations. While there is sadness as we say goodbye, we are excited to see what the future will hold for each one of them as Old Ignatians. Their journeys will be unique, and their experiences varied, but we are confident that they will live as men and women for others and do great things in time and set the world alight. We have been blessed with the Class of 2022.

Our teachers are grateful to our senior year students for allowing us to be a part of their formation. As they prepare to leave the place that has been their educational home, we recognise their great capacity for doing good in the world. With the Class of 2022, we believe the world to be in very good hands. The newly appointed Senior Leaders for 2023 were commissioned at a special mass on Thursday evening, joined by family and members of the community.

On Wednesday evening, Mr Aaron Dohse, the Coordinator of Co-curricular Arts & Activities, organised the presentation of Cocurricular Arts & Activities Awards and A Night at the Theatre, Senior Years Concert – A Night of Swashbuckling, showcasing our senior musicians in the Flynn Theatre. This included the final item from our graduating Year 12 musicians, led by Music Captains Binh Le, Casey Hogben, and Amelie Piantadosi collaborating to present a medley of popular tunes.

Mr Phil Donato
Head of Senior School

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