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Keesja's Water Polo Success

MLC School Old Girl, Keesja Gofers (2007) recently competed for Australia at the Inter-Continental Cup. She was one of the overall best scorers for the team, helping them achieve a silver medal.

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  • Sport
  • Community
  • Achievements

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Celine Kang at Carnegie Hall

Year 12 student, Celine Kang, performed at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, in New York on Wednesday 14 March 2018.

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  • Music and the Arts
  • Community
  • Student Life and Learning
  • Achievements

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MLC School Rowing Regatta

On Saturday 24 February 2018, the MLC School Rowing Regatta was held at Hen and Chicken Bay.

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  • Sport
  • Community
  • Student Life and Learning

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Senior School Building Update

The new Senior School building is on schedule, expected to be completed as early as October 2018. It's an exciting time to be part of the MLC School community and we look forward to seeing our students utilise this incredible new space very soon.

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  • Community
  • Student Life and Learning
  • Building the Future

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Tara Wilkie Number One

Congratulations to Tara Wilkie of Year 12, who has was ranked the Number One Gymnast in Australia for Rhythmic Gymnastics after her performance at the Australian Gymnastics Championships at Hisense Arena on 2 June 2017 in Melbourne. A member of the M ...

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  • Sport
  • Community
  • Achievements

In the Media

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Celine Kang at Carnegie Hall

ASPIRING concert pianist Celine Kang has reached a major career milestone at age 18 – playing at New York’s Carnegie Hall.

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MLC School Old Girl, Taylor Hill Shines at NIDA

Scenery construction has traditionally been a pathway for males, but there are plenty of employment opportunities women can take advantage of. Final year BFA (Staging) student Taylor Hill discovered the possibilities of building and mechanics at scho ...

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Old Girl Fiona McFarlane (1995) wins Dylan Thomas Prize

The International Dylan Thomas Prize has been won by an Australian writer for her "haunting" and "moving" collection of short stories. Fiona McFarlane, 39, was named winner for The High Places on Wednesday after six works were shortlisted.

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Publications

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Excelsior 2016

Excelsior 2016 is out now. If you would like to be sent a copy please contact editor@ mlcsyd.nsw.edu.au

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