Our Year 9 students recently played host to two calves for three weeks as part of the ‘Cows Create Careers’ program. ‘Caramel’ and ‘Curly Wurly’ certainly enjoyed the attention they received during their stay at ‘Moohaven’.
The new crossing is now complete and, thanks to our crossing supervisors, students who walk or ride to school now have a safe place to cross busy Phillip Island Road.
The 2019 student exchange program between Newhaven College and Ibaraki Christian Junior High School in Japan is significant as it marks 20 years of friendship between our schools.
Congratulations to our combined Middle School and Senior School Guitar Ensembles who travelled to Methodist Ladies’ College recently to present a combined performance at the Classical Guitar Society of Victoria’s ‘Ensemble Extravaganza’.
Thank you to Melbourne AFLW star Tyla Hanks who ran a clinic for our Year 9 and 10 girls AFL elective to share technique skills and her knowledge of the game.
Each year we look forward to hosting students from our sister school, Ibaraki Junior Christian High School, in Japan.
On 25 July we welcomed over 400 students from the South Eastern Independent Schools Association (SEISA) group for the annual Cross Country Carnival.
Year 11 textiles students recenlty participated in a workshop to support the international program 'Days for Girls' that makes sanitary hygiene kits to give to girls in undeveloped countries.
From humble beginnings in 1980 at our original Boys Home Road campus, we are proud to now celebrate our 40th year of excellence in education in 2019.
Our students took time to reflect on their online presence to connect with ‘Safer Internet Day’ on Tuesday 5 February.
Newhaven College are the Australian Senior Girls School Under 19 Pairs Champions courtesy of Daisy Corbett and Sophie Fletcher, both of Cape Woolamai.