Luke Cameron-Smith Soars on the Sailing Stage
We are thrilled to learn that our Year 13 student Luke Cameron-Smith has been selected for the class of 2021/22 in the Mastercard® Youth Training Programme, respected as the world’s leading youth sail training programme, which is held at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron.In a new initiative, Mastercard®, have given scholarships to ...
‘Chicago’ – Sell-Out Performances Say It All!
This week our 2021 Selwyn College Musical Chicago burst onto the Selwyn Theatre stage with all the class of a Broadway Production! Our wonderful student performers brought the colour, boldness and pizzazz of the Jazz Age to life, a glimmer of which is in the photos below. Moreover, the Band that supported them were brilliant! As Duncan Allen, the D...
Congratulations Griffin Little
Last week our Year 11 student Griffin Little competed in four categories at the “Taekwondo Star Series” at Bruce Pulman Park in Takanini, with his Tamaki Club. We are thrilled to congratulate Griffin on his Gold medal in Patterns and a Bronze Medal in Sparring. These are outstanding achievements!
Congratulations Anastasija Vlatkovic
We are delighted to learn that Anastasija has won 3rd prize in the Yoobee Secondary School’s LIGHT & DARK Character Design Competition with her emotion-set: Serenity & Rage. The character’s emotion displayed is ‘Serenity’. Huge congratulations to Anastasia who receives prizes worth over $2,000.
Congratulations Noelle Kung
We are delighted to learn that our Year 9 student Noella Kung is a chorister with the Auckland Girls’ Choir that will be featured in Bach Musica NZ's concert at the Auckland Town Hall. Noella is one of 40 girls selected from 29 schools to enter a comprehensive and structured music and choral training program. Congratulations Noelle!
Junior Futsal Team - Runner-up National Champions
Congratulations to all of our Futsal players who took part in Summer Tournament last week. It was a hugely successful event for Selwyn College. First, the junior team (in the red t-shirts) played their way up through the tournament to reach the finals against Hamilton Boys’ High School. They gave it their all – at one stage kicking two goals in quick succession to even the score at 3-3. However, in the final moments, the HBHS team managed to score and the game ended at 4-3 to them.Our boys showed that they are going to be formidable competitors in the future and we are very proud of their achievements so far.Our senior boys also played extremely well to come 5th overall in this national event. They too deserve our fullest congratulations.