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Brisbane Careers & Employment Expo 2014

Category: Secondary Aruna Prasad

IMG 0024On Friday 23 May, 2014, the year ten, eleven and twelve students attended the Brisbane Careers and Employment Expo which was held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. This event was the largest free entry and best showcase of tertiary institutions, training colleges, employers, industries and government initiatives in Queensland.

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2014 Secondary Swimming Carnival

Category: Secondary Irina Mammino

Boys Night 12th March

By College Sports Captain Nasser El-Shaer
This year’s swimming carnival has come and gone once again and I can’t believe it’s my last one. However, I’ll always have the memories. Especially this year’s swimming carnival, as it was the most memorable yet. Who could forget the tense atmosphere as we watched Usama and Jacub racing head to head in several races? Or the way Mr Parry was able to clear half the pool in a single dive, as Mr Albertson less than gracefully belly flopped beside him.

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ICB Students Take Part in 2014 Australian Geography Competition

Category: Secondary Shane Albertson

2014agcStudents from ICB are taking part in the 20th annual Australian Geography Competition this week.

Approximately 70,000 students from all around Australia have entered the Competition, which is organised by the Australian Geography Teachers’ Association and the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland.

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Alice in the University of Queensland: PC4G

Category: Secondary Amanda Dunn

IMG 0250This excursion held at the UQ, St Lucia campus on the 6th February 2014, was an invitation exclusively for female students to gain insight into the challenging and rewarding area of programming. The behaviour of the students was impeccable and the enthusiasm, collaboration and engagement demonstrated by the students during the eventful day was very rewarding for everyone.

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