Congratulations to UWA Emeritus Professor Cheryl Praeger (1976), who has won the prestigious Prime Minister’s Prize for Science – the first Western Australian to receive the award – for her contribution to the mathematical sciences
This is one of the biggest state photography competitions and is open to all Western Australian high school students and all Georgians.
Last year's competition received over 100 entries from across the state.
This year’s competition theme is ACTION.
With over $2000 in prize money to be won, so grab your camera and get clicking!
There are 2 categories :
High School : all WA high school students from Year 7 to Year 12
Georgian : Current and past residents from St George’s College.
All entries will be exhibited and winners announced at St Geoge’s College Open Day on 4th August 2019.
Entries submission by Close of Business, Friday 20th July 2019.
New freshers and their parents were welcomed to the College at the Commencement Ceremony on Saturday 16th September. After a short service in the Chapel and speeches from the Senior Student Genevieve Victor and Warden Ian Hardy, freshers signed the College Register and received their copy of Merry-Go-Round in the Sea.
This year there are 6 residents whose parents are both Georgians, including freshers Bill Wiese, son of Sarah Wiese (Davies 1989) and Tim Wiese (1989), and Harriet Wilson, daughter of Annie Wilson (Hale 1987) and Andrew Wilson (1988).
On Friday 1st February we had a wonderful Wine Dinner featuring wines from Frankland Estate.
On February 23rd next year, five brave St George’s boys, Aaron Shanahan, Aloysius White, Declan Robinson, Matt Carter and skipper Nicholas Hill, will be battling the elements in the Rottnest Channel Swim in support of Lady Lawley Cottage.