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BBC World News Interviews Trinity BaCoNeers

Year 11 students Michael Brady, Bowen Hawkey, Samuel Moloney, Luke Voigt and Nathan Axford, who formed Team Oceania, were declared overall winners of the FIRST Global Challenge winning the Gold Einstein Award. So good is this achievement that BBC World News interviewed the team LIVE from London using Skype. See the full interview here.

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Students Crowned World's Best Robot Builders at FIRST Global Competition

Trinity College high school students have been crowned the world's best robot builders at an event dubbed the "robotic Olympics" in the United States. The inaugural FIRST Global competition invited nearly 1,000 high school students from 157 different countries to battle it out in Washington DC. Read the full story here.

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Students are Relay Ready

Trinity students will be bussing with excitement when they take to the track at the annual Gawler Relay for Life event. Read more here.

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Locals' Creativity Blooms in the City

Caitlin Tozer (Year 12) learnt the different ways art is produced at the Adelaide School of Art's summer camp recently. Read the full story here.

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Fine On The Dotted Line

The finer points of indigenous art methods are being shown to students at Trinity College this week, culminating in a collaborative painting. Indigenous artists Yaritji Young and Josephine Mick have travelled more than 1600km from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands in the remote northwest of South Australia to participate in an artist in residence program at the College. Read the full story here.

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Mum's the Word for Miles and Callum

They’ve already won the world championships, now old scholars Miles and Callum Scotson, supported by their mum Donna, are on the road to Rio and hoping for Olympic gold. Read the full story here.

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Scotson Brothers Become World Champions

Old scholar star cyvcling brothers Miles and Callum Scotson were part of Australia's team pursuit squad that recently won the world title at the 2016 UCI Track World Championships in London. Read the full story here.

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In a Class of Their Own

Education and training will provide the second largest number of new jobs in South Australia by the end of the decade. In South Australia teachers require a university degree, Year 5 teacher Katrina Cole says she loves her profession as she generates and helps facilitate learning for children. Read the full story here.

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Trent Stafford Strikes a Chord as a Male Role Model

It's not unusual for mums to ask for their children to be placed in Trent Stafford's reception class. Read the full story here.


Top Students Celebrate

The nerve-racking wait for Class of 2015 graduates was over yesterday when Year 12s received their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank – with many hard working students amply rewarded for their efforts. Read more here.


Robot Wins Award

Programming a robot seems a very far-fetched concept but for two Trinity College Year 9 students it's as easy as bringing home the BaCoN. Read more here.

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Rising Stars Top Our Record Class of 2014

Trinity College students Emma Gard and Jackson Dearing were two of only nine South Australian students who achieved perfect SACE scores in 2014. Read more here.


Lion Dancers Impress During Channel 10 Weather

The Trinity College Lion Dance Troupe recently featured during a Channel 10 live weather cross to help promote the 2014 OzAsia Festival. View the segment here.

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Trinity Old Scholars Will A Force at Adelaide Oval This Summer

Re-signed Redback's batsman Travis Head is plotting an old scholar reunion with gun recruit Mark Cosgrove as South Australia fine-tunes for the 2014/15 cricket season. Travis Head and former Australian one-day opener Cosgrove as well as current Test paceman Ryan Harris all attended Trinity College but Cossie's return from Tasmania has set up a fabulous top-order partnership for the southpaws. Read more here.


Old Scholar Miles Scotson Rides to Success

Former junior track world champion and Trinity old scholar Miles Scotson (2011) was recently named one of nine riders in the 2014 Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy Team. The team will contest the 2014 Oceania Road Championships in Toowoomba in February before embarking on the European road season from early April. Read more here.


Trinity's First Headmaster Honoured

Trinity's first headmaster Michael Hewitson has been made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for significant service to education, to the Anglican Church in Australia and to the community of Unley. Read more here.


Near-Perfect Shannon's Urge to Teach

Time spent volunteering at a local school inspired Shannon Brookes (Class of 2013) to pursue a careering teaching. With an impressive ATAR of 98.55 Shannon could have chosen a more academic path but she has decided to follow her passion. Read more here.

Lachlan Achieves Excellence

Lachlan Arthur (Class of 2013) achieve an outstanding ATAR of 99.6 for his end of year exams, he has also been awarded one of only 28 Governor of South Australia Special Commendations. The prize recognises excellent achievement in Year 12 subjects as well as success in developing the capabilities of communication, learning, personal development and citizenship. He is the second Trinity College student to be bestowed this honour in the three year history of the award. Read an article about Lachlan and his award from The Advertiser (20/12/13 edition) here.


Making Australia a Safer Place for Children

Child safety ambassadors Denise and Bruce Morcombe visited Trinity College on Wednesday 18 September as part of a national tour. Denise and Bruce hope to empower more Australians to educate children and their families through a National Day of Action 'Day for Daniel' on Friday 25 October. In addition to visiting schools, they will also promote the Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum, now fully implemented in Queensland and mapped to national standards, to all state ministers, education departments and schools across Australia as part of their national tour. View a Channel 10 News report of their visit here.


Trinity College to Award Medals to Students Whose Parents Are Serving Overseas

Trinity College students whose parents are serving or have served overseas in the defence forces will be honoured with a special medallion this week. The Trinity College Blakeview students will be presented with a medallion that is inscribed with "for perseverance on the home front during your parents' deployment". Read more here.


David Humpries Named NIACC's All American

Old scholar David Humphries (2009) made history recently when the 6-foot-4 freshman guard became North Iowa Area Community College's first, first-team all-American men's basketball player and fourth in school history. Read more here.

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Breakfast Club Gets the Bite Right

Year 12 Trinity College students are taking health lessons to young students at a local primary school as part of an innovative breakfast club program. Read more here.

Engineering Her Future

Current University of Adelaide chemical engineering student and former Trinity College Captain is not only forging her own career but wants to mentor others in science. Read more here.


Old Scholars Fashions Have a Global Fan Following

Trinity College Old Scholar Stacey Hendrickson's passion for fashion was honed making dresses for Barbie dolls in her childhood bedroom at Munno Para. Today her Casper and Pearl  label is stocked in boutiques throughout Australia, New York, Canada and Hong Kong. Read more here.


Bovine Beauty Pageant Gets Heifers Looking Their Best

Year 12 student Melissa Harris recently attended the National All Breeds Dairy Youth Camp in Melbourne where she learned how to feed, lead, clean and clip cows. Melissa has a passion for the dairy industry and was sponsored by Holstein Australia to attend the week long camp. The camp is open to people aged between 16 to 21 years with a desire to learn as much as possible about the dairy industry. Read more here.


After the Christmas cheer and full bellies, Trinity College students will prepare to undertake a mission trip to Cambodia. The is the first trip of its kind for all students and staff, as they travel for two weeks during the January school holidays to experience Cambodian culture and history. Read more here.

Students Give Tanks for Van Gogh

Trinity students and Narooma Nursing Home residents channelled Van Gogh in a project to beautify the water tank on Uley Road. Read more here. 

Steeting Group Has Success On A Plate

Trinity College students have happily steered prize meat from paddock to plate. Read more here. 

2012 Gawler Show Results

The Trinity College Show Team enjoyed another successful Gawler Show this year, exhibiting five steers across six different classes. Overall, the Trinity College Show Team was awarded 12 ribbons and came very close to being the most successful exhibiting school at the 2012 Gawler Show. The overall winning team came from the University of Adelaide, Roseworthy College who beat our team by only one point.
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