Senior School Newsletter

3 April 2014, Volume 65 No. 09

Regular Notices

Other Notices

From the Headmaster

Dear Parents, 

Fifty-four of my colleagues including the Deputy Headmaster, headed off for camps on Monday. Ruby, the hound and I came in to farewell the 6.30am departures. I am delighted to report that no boys were late withdrawals due to an over-friendly Jack Russell. I admire all staff who have gone away, ensuring that the experiences of the Outdoor Activities Programs at Years 10 and 11 and the Music Camp at Years 7 and 8 will be woven into the learning here across the next few terms, due to the staff walking both figuratively and literally with our boys.

Whilst singing the praises of staff, it is also appropriate to acknowledge the mountain of work and commitment made to the summer sports programs by all involved. The Teachers-in-Charge roles are challenging administrative roles and all coaching positions, from a rowing crew to a badminton side, require commitment and generosity. I do hope every boy took up my request to personally thank their coach and manager.

We hosted the APS/AGS representative fixtures here on Tuesday for boys and girls and recognise the adroit organisation of our Dean of Sport, Mr Travers, and his Assistant Dean of Sport, Mr O’Brien for that day and ever more importantly, for the season past. Our APS representatives were:

Morrison Siu
Nicholas Gibbs (Captain), David Dassie, Nicholas Myrtle, Jake Victor
Todd Millington
Darcy Bolton

The various Presentation Evenings gave us the chance to celebrate involvement and recognise some individuals. Thanks to the TICs and parent committees who assisted. The evenings I attended were wonderful celebrations of community. Sincere thanks to those who heeded my appeal to dress to match the requirements we place on your sons and to those who were timely in their responses. Sadly, I think it is necessary that I support the TICs and parent committees by stating publicly that there must be a cut off point for replies to allow cost-effective and professional catering and set up. It may well result in some disappointment from families who miss the regular calls in the newsletter to book.

Senior studies are also receiving focus at this time. The first of our Year 13-led seminars was held last week. It was fantastic to witness the attentiveness of our Year 12 boys to past scholars and bodes well for the program we will put in place led by these talented old collegians across the months leading to the VCE. This week, our senior year will be deeply involved in assessments and examinations which will then give us the academic tidal mark from which we will assault the VCE battlements. Rest assured, our boys will be highly trained and mentally armed to scale and overcome the 2014 VCE.

Boys return next term in winter uniform across the College. Please ensure personal grooming, particularly hair, matches the smartness of the more formal uniform. We are considering taking the wearing of the formal uniform through until Melbourne Cup weekend. Boys for some years have commented that early Term IV still requires a jacket, long trousers for Years 7-12 and the warmth that a top button done up and tie brings.

Finally, may I wish the blessings of Easter to all our community. I pray that the joy of the Resurrection is a wonderful family and parish celebration at the end of the holiday break.

Kind regards

Stephen F Russell

Headmaster's Study Awards

Year 9
Paul Koutsakis
Emerson Street

William Battista
Connor Delany

Dante Di Paolo
Samuel Ellul

Aaron George
  Religious Education
John Maniatakos
    Liam O'Donnell
    Riccardo Smaldino
    Emerson Street
Thomas Pollock
    Damien Riska

St Kevin's will value diversity and friendship within the community.
(from the Mission Statement) 

Faith and Mission

For those whom they love

Even with Years 10 and 11 on camp and many musicians also away, there has been the usual buzz of activity around Heyington this week. There have been AGS/APS sporting fixtures, Year 12 students coming and going from exams and workmen attending to maintenance. The place is never quiet. Strangely enough, this is the perfect backdrop for Year 7 and 8 to commemorate the suffering and death of Jesus as they have followed the cross around the school in a traditional ‘way of the cross.’ The world did not stop for the torture of Jesus. The Romans brutalised thousands of people in this grubby way from one end of their empire to the other. If anybody paid much attention, it was to a grim form of entertainment.

In Mark’s gospel, the crowd which howled for the blood of Jesus seems to take a back seat once Pilate, more interested in keeping things under control than in justice, handed Jesus over to be crucified. When the mob reappears for a moment, it says simply ‘the passers-by jeered at him.’ Jesus was a momentary amusement. People thought there were more important things happening that day. There weren’t. Nor did anything more important happen on any day before or since. The death of Jesus is the cornerstone of all history. The event is the key to what it means to be human. We are loved by God even in our darkest hour. God can be creative even with our destructiveness. The event which should reduce us to silence happened amid noise and chaos. With each passing year, Good Friday seems to have more of the flavour of ‘business as usual.’ We all need to find time to listen deeply, with our whole being, to the story of the death of Jesus.

The way of the cross at St Kevin’s was led by some of the students from Year 10 and 11 who were unable to go on OAP. They each wrote reflections on what the passion narrative means to them and to us in this vast city twenty centuries later. Here are some snippets:

The story of Jesus’ death reveals many aspects of humanity. In our journey through the Stations of the Cross, many figures are introduced. One of these is Jesus’ friend, Peter. Jesus asked Peter to stay awake while he was praying but Peter fell asleep. What’s more, when the authorities came to arrest Jesus, Peter denied knowing him three times. How many times do we deny something, to protect our interests, even when we put the needs of others in danger?

Another figure is Pontius Pilate. Pilate had responsibility over Jesus’ fate. He denied his morality – he knew Jesus had committed no crime – and sentenced Jesus to death. How many times do we allow the pressure of the majority to collapse our moral strongholds? Pilate washed his hands to symbolise any guilt for his unjust sentencing being washed away, but does this really make him innocent again? We can’t turn a blind eye on our poor actions. Likewise, we can’t turn a blind eye on those who are in need.

Judas, one of Jesus’ disciples, denied his responsibility as a disciple of Jesus, betraying him to authorities. Is it right to hand over an innocent man for money? How many times are you bribed for something, or do you give way to temptation for a moment’s satisfaction, and what benefit do you gain, as a person, from this?

Tom Bailey

The story of Jesus death is important to me because it forms the basis of all my beliefs. Jesus’ actions show what a truly amazing person he was and they display some of the characteristics that should be more evident today, such as perseverance. From the story we can learn about the brutality and darkness of human nature. Pilate and Peter succumb to peer pressure due to the mob mentality of the people. Pilate sent an innocent man to his death. Yet even though all his friends and disciples abandoned him, Jesus didn’t revolt. His attitude convinced the centurion that he was God’s son. Simon of Cyrene was taken off the streets to help Jesus but such kindness was rare amid the brutality. From the characters in the passion, we can learn a lot about perseverance, kindness, betrayal and peer pressure. Jesus was willing to accept his death for others.

Joseph Arthur

Some people may find it hard to learn from such a gruesomely realistic story as that of the death of Jesus. When we hear about the serious pain suffered by Jesus, it makes us feel sympathy for those enduring pain and suffering today. The story of Jesus brings hope to anyone living with drugs, alcohol or the effects of crime. We need to think that Jesus did this for us and by choice, not because he was forced to.

Tom Cheney

The story of Jesus shows determination and resilience in tough times. Peter shows how scared the disciples were. The scene where the guards come to arrest Jesus shows that the guards did not understand Jesus and were actually scared of him. Pontius Pilate was weak and allowed justice to be overturned by the people. Jesus was willing to accept being crucified because he knew it was the work of God.

Ben Wallace

This story is a reminder of what people can do for others. It is a constant reminder of what people can do for those whom they love.

Lachlan Hine

Mr Michael McGirr
Dean of Faith & Mission

Fullness Of Life

This week at St Kevin’s College...

  • Year 10 and 11 students and staff went on OAP for the week.
  • Years 7-9 Music Camp took place.
  • Year 12 students completed a week of SACs and Practice Examinations.
  • Soccer Association meeting took place.
  • APS v AGS Games were hosted by St Kevin’s.
  • Fathers’ Association Dinner and Meeting was held.
  • Years 7 and 8 enjoyed a Music Concert.
  • Year 7 Art staff undertook Course Writing.
  • Old Collegians Banking/Finance Profession Reunion took place.
  • Easter Liturgies were held for Years 7 and 8.
  • Years 7/8 English Course Writing was completed.
  • Waterford Summer Sports Photos were taken.
  • Parent Enrichment Seminar was conducted with Bill Jennings presenting on adolescent issues.
  • Friends of Art held a meeting.
  • Easter Remembrance Liturgy took place at Glendalough.
  • Progress Reports were posted to parents.
  • Staff undertook Professional Development, attending the Melbourne Polytechnic Careers Day and the Visual Communication and Design Conference.
Ms Janet Canny
Director of Students


 Andre Farnan-Aarons
Year 7
For exceptional sportsmanship assisting a member of an opposing APS tennis team.

Reilly Harrick
Year 8

For filling in at DAV debating for a Year 10 team at short notice.

Patrick Gigacz
Year 9
For oustanding academic work during Term 1 at Waterford.

Gaspar Chan

For exemplary role modelling on Community Service, epitomising the values of St Kevin’s.

Ciaran Magar

  For outstanding leadership of the Premiership Diving Team.

Benedict Teoh
For outstanding leadership as House Captain.

Michael Burgess
For outstanding OAP camp preparation.

Thomas Bailey
 For outstanding contribution to life at St Kevin's.

Charles Prior

For outstanding leadership as House Captain.

Calendar Dates

(H) - Heyington
(G) - Glendalough
(W) - Waterford
Friday 4
Years 7-12 Progress Reports posted
Years 10/11 OAP
Year 12 Trial Examinations
Term 1 ends

Monday 7
Basketball Clinic
9.00am - 4.00pm
Wilding Centre (H)

Tuesday 8
Basketball Clinic
House Cycling
9.00am - 4.00pm
Wilding Centre (H)
Hawthorn Velodrome
Wednesday 9
SKC Soccer Clinic
9.30am - 3.00pm
Eastern Lions Soccer Club
Thursday 10
House Golf
SKC Soccer Clinic
9.00am - 3.00pm
Burnley Golf Course
Eastern Lions Soccer Club
Tuesday 22 
Term 2 begins
Rugby Association Meeting

Mannix Room (H)
 Please see the College Calendar for full details and future dates.

Don't forget to make use of the Calendar search facility. For example search on Father-Son to find information regarding the Father-Son Camps. The Calendar can be accessed from the top of any page on the College website.

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St Kevin's College Foundation


Annual Charity Golf Day


This Annual Charity Golf Day is conducted by the St Kevin’s College Foundation Inc. to raise funds for St Kevin's College Foundation Inc. Any voluntary donation will be tax deductible.

Friday 16 May
The Victoria Golf Club - Park Road, Cheltenham
11.30am lunch and 12.15pm tee off
$280 ($180 for VGC Members)
$80 (Dinner Guests ONLY)
TryBooking - (click here)
Friday 9 May
Sponsorships available and all voluntary donations are tax-deductible (please see flyer - click here).

For further information please contact Kevin Culliver on 9822 0911.
Mr Kevin Culliver
Secretary, St Kevin's College Foundation Inc.

44th Annual St Kevin's College Art Show


Save the date!

Friday 23 - Monday 26 May

St Kevin's College, Smith Hall, Heyington

An exhibition, competition and sale of art work by over 700 leading Australian Artisits.

Invitations will be posted to all families early in Term Two. For further information on the SKC Art Show and/or to subscribe for updates, please register at the link provided here:

Advertising Opportunity in The Art Show Catalogue

Promote your business whilst supporting St Kevin's College. Advertising space is now available in The Art Show Catalogue (prices start at $95.00). If you are interested in advertising, please email Rosemary Carney at or for further enquiries please telephone 0423 001 589.
Ms Eleonora Luisetto
Friends of Art

Old Collegians' Association


Old Kevinians' 68th Annual Dinner


St Kevin’s Old Collegians’ Association extends a warm invitation to all Old Kevinians to the 68th Annual Dinner.

Friday 13 June 
Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club 
7.00pm for 7.30pm start
Lounge Suit
$115 (Inc. two course dinner and beverages)
TryBooking - (click here)
Bookings close on Friday 6 June
Youth discount price for Classes 2009 – 2013 is $85.00 – enter word ‘youth’ in discount code on payment page and press ‘apply’ button. Holy Orders Priests and Brothers enter word ‘orders’ for a 50% discount.

Parking on Club grounds is not permitted however spaces are available in the carpark opposite the Club entrance on Glenferrie Road.

For further enquiries, please contact Mr Kevin Culliver (’78), Executive Officer or phone 9832 4974. Click here to download a copy of the Old Collegians' Dinner flyer.

Guest Speaker: Mr Adam O’Donnell

Adam O'Donnell is an ordinary bloke who has had the privilege of doing extraordinary things whilst serving as a Team Commander in the British Army's Special Air Service and with the Australian Commandos.

His service has taken him all over the world, from the challenge of negotiating a peaceful resolution to an armed stand-off between warring factions in Bosnia to the exhilaration of parachuting into the Indian Ocean at night and from the freezing heights of Mt Everest to the scorching heat of the Afghan desert where, in 2006, he spent the longest night of his life awaiting the arrival of 400 heavily armed Taliban intent on killing him and his team - all 13 of them.
He's been charged by elephants, slept on by a yak and shared a trench with a large, and as yet unidentified, snake. As a relative newcomer to the "Lucky Country" he's still learning just how many of the world’s most lethal creatures "still call Australia home".

Year of 2013 - 1st Year Reunion

Tuesday 20 May 
SKC Pavilion, Heyington
Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Tuesday 13 May Contact Kevin Culliver on 9832 4974
 Download a copy of your invitation for the fridge door - (click here).

Dates for 2014

The Old Collegians' 2014 event dates have been updated on the SKC Website. Please take the time to diarise any relevant dates and further details will be forwarded to you closer to the time.  If you have moved or changed your email address recently please contact us so we can update our records and keep in touch with you. Thank you.

Recording of Occupations

During 2013 the Old Collegians' Association ran several cocktail evenings for specific occupation groups and we intend to do the same in 2014. The nights were a great success, with many a story and business network cemented in the common experience of being a Kevinian. 
The St Kevin's Old Collegians' data base needs to have a record of the occupations so that invitations can be sent to the correct people. We are very keen for all Kevinians to nominate their occupation but specifically this year we would like to hear from all those in Entertainment/ Media/Music/Theatre and another group we will call 'all of those of the Noble Profession' (education). 

Please contact Kevin Culliver (Executive Officer SKOCA)

Mr Kevin Culliver
Executive Officer SKOCA

Parking at Heyington

Visitor Parking

Parents are reminded that all numbered car parks are allocated to staff. The central area in front of the Kearney Building is allocated as Visitor Parking with a maximum one hour stay. If parents are at the College during normal operating hours for more than an hour you will need to park near the Pavilion or next to the Tennis Courts.

Parking at the Pavilion and Tennis Courts is only available for parents visiting the College.

Mr Ray Tyrrell


This week we would like to thank the Year 10s for their patience following the DAT testing last week. In particular, thanks goes to those students required to re-sit one or two of the tests due to some technical difficulties on the day. Our task is to collate all results for presentation to parents and students at the DAT Testing Report Evening on Tuesday May 13 after which all Year 10 students and parents will be asked to make a Careers Appointment to discuss their results and for initial VCE subject planning.

This is a final reminder to Year 12 students who would like to have an initial Careers Appointment prior to Term 3 that they will only be able to book in Weeks 1 to 3 of Term 2 after which appointments will be reserved for Year 10 students.

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  • Studying in the USA
  • University Rankings
  • Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) and Southbank Precinct
  • Five Quick Facts about the University of Sydney
  • Universities in Western Australia: Curtin University; Edith Cowan University; Murdoch University; University of Western Australia
  • Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • RMIT News: Bachelor of Arts (International Studies); Bachelor of Applied Science (Property and Valuation); Bachelor of Applied Science (Project Management); Associate Degree in Aviation (Professional Pilots); What Makes RMIT Science Program Special?
  • Trades Pre-Apprenticeships
  • Useful Websites
  • William Angliss Institute Ready for Work Short Course
  • Explore Deakin University
  • Navitas Colleges: Navitas College of Public Safety; Australian College of Applied Psychology; Health Skills Australia
Please see Careers News for more details.
 Ms O'Sullivan, Mrs Runciman & Mrs White
The Careers Department

Outdoor Education

All St Kevin's parents are encouraged to visit the new Outdoor Education website on the College Portal. It will become your information hub for all Outdoor Education information. Please ask your son to direct you to the site and show you around. We are currently uploading all Year 10 'Camino' information. Year 7, 8, 9, and selected Year 11 information will follow shortly. I encourage you to email the department as the first line of communication as we are not in the office often enough to respond to your phone calls. Please email Cameron Barry or Tom Walter
Mr Cameron Barry 
Head of Outdoor Education


Co-curricular Summer Sports

Please check the Current Fixtures each Thursday afternoon for any sport draw changes.

Please click here to view last week's results.

Please click here to view this week's fixtures.

Mr Luke Travers
Dean of Sport


Current Results - 26 March Debating Round 2

Please check the current results - (click here

Ms Kelly Gallivan
Head of Debating

SKC Cycling 


Cycling Victoria - School Criterium Series

Sam Bascombe's sprint finish

The final two races took place on Friday at Casey Fields in Cranbourne. The weather was beautiful and the quality of cycling even better. St. Kevin's finished second overall to a very strong Scotch Team. Highlights included the tremendous courage shown by Julian Guinane to stay with our two strongest cyclists in the under 19 Team Time Trial, The teamwork shown by our under 17's and the podium finish achieved by both year 7 teams. In the individual Criterium, a special mention must go to Sam Bascombe in the under 15 A division who forced the pace for 10 km's and then still had enough left for a sprint finish that he won by less than half a wheel. A fantastic day was had by all and a very big thank you goes out to those parents who assisted with preparing their boys and those that helped on the day with transport and support. Click here to view the photos taken during the School Criterium Series.


SKC Soccer Association

Soccer Clinic

The St Kevin’s Soccer Clinic will be held again this year, during the first week of the Term 1 holidays on Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 April. All Soccer boys are welcome to attend, however places will be limited. Attendance at the Clinic is mandatory for members of the 1st XI Squad. The Clinic is a great opportunity for players of all ages to get to know each other. Mark the dates in your diary (NB the dates have changed from the ones published in the School Calendar) – it’s a clinic you won’t want to miss! Please book through TryBooking with the link provided here or use the booking form attached (click here).
Mr Nick Hale
TIC Soccer 

SKC Basketball Association

April School Holiday Basketball Clinic - Skills, fitness, teamwork and fun!

Looking for an opportunity to improve basketball skills before the commencement of the APS Winter Season or the Community Domestic competition? By popular demand we are running the SKC Basketball Clinic again in the first two weekdays of the April School Holidays. This is a clinic not to be missed!

Guest Coaches:
Jack Howell - Former SKC Firsts Player and Melbourne Tigers Holiday Clinic Coach.
Tom White - Former SKC Basketball Captain, APS Representative, Australian Uni Games Gold Medalist, Prahran Summer Jam Streetball Coach and SKC Year 10 Coach.

Years 5 & 6
Monday 7 April and Tuesday 8 April 
9.00am - 12.00noon 
Booking Now:  

Years 7 & 8
Date: Monday 7 April and Tuesday 8 April 
1.00pm -  4.00pm
Booking Now:

Numbers are strictly limited so book early. Bookings are open now on Trybooking (see links provided above). Enquiries to Sue O’Shea

Please see flyer for further details (click here).

Mrs Sue O'Shea
Secretary SKC Basketball

SKC Martial Arts

Martial Arts 2014 Grading Test Result

St Kevin’s College Martial Arts had a grading test on Saturday 29th of March and the following students successfully achieved a new belt status:
James Rankin
Harry Menzie
David Hartley
Jayden Bleakley
Christopher Seoud
Daniel Brady
Akira Abe
Calum Davies
Evan Tomaras
Liam Blackburn
Llewellyn Taylor
Michael Tynan  
Domenic Apolloni
Michael Simkiss
Long Tran
Daniel Viglietti
Damian Scollo
Thomas Woodruff  

Congratulations to all, especially to James Rankin, David Hartley and Harry Menzies who have attained Black Belt status. A very big thank you to our Head Coach Peter Keogh and his associates for their guidance.
2014 Martial Arts Group   Black Belts with Coaches

Easter Holiday Program

St Kevin’s College would like to advise all Years 3 to 12 students of an exciting Martial Arts Easter Holiday Training program. 

Monday 7 - Friday 11 April  
  Monday 14 - Thursday 17 April  
Boyd Egan Hall, Heyington 
10.00am - 12.00pm  
$80 for four sessions or $20 per session 

The program will have four training sessions under the instruction of a Martial Arts Specialist and SKC Head Coach, Mr Peter Keogh, who will teach Self Defence, Karate and Conflict Management Skills at the following time and venue.

The program is designed to allow existing Martial Arts students to further improve their skills, but no prior experience is required.

A white training uniform may be required (Martial Arts jacket and pants). The purchase of a uniform can be arranged through the College at a discount price. Please contact Terri Arai on 9822 0911.

If you are interested, please fill in an application form available on the College website and hand it in to the College Reception with attention to Mr Arai. Applications will close on Friday 28 March - click here.

Mr Terry Arai
TIC SKC Martial Arts

St Catherine's and St Kevin's Senior Musical 

'Anything Goes' - Book Now! 

Wednesday 7, Thursday 8 & Friday 9 May
Dorothy Pizzey Hall, St Catherine's
$25/adult or $15/student & concession
TryBooking - (click here)
All Aboard!      

This year, the Music, Art and Drama Departments of St Catherine’s invite you to board the SS St Catherine where “anything goes” on a voyage filled with fun and laughter.

This senior theatrical offering is the much loved and praised Cole Porter inspired musical, ‘Anything Goes’, which will be performed by Years 10-12 students from St Kevin’s and St Catherine’s. This wonderful farce is filled with moments of madcap antics aboard an ocean liner cruising from New York to London. You will see amazing tap numbers, hear well-known songs such as De-Lovely, I Get a Kick Out Of You, Anything Goes and, on top of this, unlikely happy endings (of course).

This is truly a show for the whole family and you can expect tickets to sell at a fast rate. Tickets are on sale now, so don't miss out!  

Mr Simon Parris
TIC - SKC Productions


AMEB Examination - Session Three

Application forms are now being distributed by instrumental teachers to students preparing for an AMEB examination in June. These forms must be returned to the Music Office by Friday 28 March. There will be another opportunity for instrumental students to sit an AMEB examination in October/November.

Open Day - Sunday 4 May 

The Schedule of music performances during Open Day has been published and is available to students through the Co-Curricular pages of the College Portal (click here). It is important that all students are available for their Ensemble performance. 

Please (click here) for the important music dates to diarise for 2014.

Music Office - C305

The Music Office C305, can be contacted by phone on 9804 3045 and by email at

Boys with enquiries are encouraged to visit the Music Office before school, at Recess or at Lunchtime.

Mr Simon Harris
Head of Music

Scholarships 2015 

Choral Scholarship Applications Open

The College will be offering a number of Scholarships for 2015.

Academic Scholarships for Years 5, 7 and 10 for entry in 2015 and Instrumental Scholarship applications for entry into Year 7, 2015 have closed. Choral Scholarships are still open for entry into Year 5, 2015.

Registration details can be located on the College website (click here). 

Mr David Hill

Parent Functions

Year 12

Click here for a list of Year 12 parent function dates for the remainder of the year. 

Year 11

Year 11 Mothers' Night - Mystery Movie
Date:  Thursday 8 May 
Sun Theatre - 8 Ballarat Street, Yarraville
8.00pm - 11.00pm
$25.50 per person
Includes movie, beverage of choice and cake platter
TryBooking by Thursday 1 May, 8.00pm
No Cash accepted on the evening. Tickets are non-refundable
  Any queries please contact Pam Williams on 0402 452 839

Click here for a list of Year 11 parent function dates for the remainder of the year.

Year 10

Click here for a list of Year 10 parent function dates for the remainder of the year.

Year 9

Year 9 Parents' Social Evening - Tomorrow Evening
Friday 4 April 
Home of Moira and Martin Tobin
12 Glen Rd, Ashburton (best to park on Winton Rd or Solway St) 
$30 per head (finger food provided and BYO drinks) 
Bookings have closed.
NO CASH accepted on the evening. Tickets are non-refundable
Any further enquiries please contact Jane Briggs 0411 106 644.

Click here for a list of Year 9 parent function dates for the remainder of the year

Year 8 

Year 8 Parent's First Social Function for 2014!
Date:  Thursday 1 May
'Quaff', 436 Toorak Road, Toorak
$35 per person (incl. sumptuous finger food, complimentary beverage upon arrival
Book through TryBooking - (click here)
NO CASH accepted on the evening. Tickets are non-refundable
Friday 25 April by 3.00pm
Any further enquiries please contact Jenny Dahlstrom - 0401 088 165

Please download a copy of the flyer for the fridge door - (click here).
Click here for a list of Year 8 parent function dates for the remainder of the year.

Year 7

Click here for a list of Year 7 parent function dates for the remainder of the year. 


SKC Merchandise

St Kevin's Towel Orders

At just $50 each these towels are embroidered with your son's name and in theory, will never be lost! Please allow up to 4 weeks for delivery. Delivery will be to the College to your son's classroom.

Please click here for the link to TryBooking to order.
Further enquiries please contact Mrs Ann James - SKC Merchandising. 

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