P&C Meeting

Wednesday 13th February 2019

AGM

Meet the new Principal – Maria Iemma

Beverly Hills Girls High School was pleased to have Mark Ferguson and his crew visit today

On Friday, 7th of April, Nikki Ma and Safrina Chowdhury attended the ACYP and Multiculturalism NSW – Ideation program which allows young people to vocalise their ideas…

As a recognised high achieving school, BHGHS was pleased to host a visit from the ACT Director General of Education and two Deputy-Directors of Education.

Visit from Vietnamese Agent Partner

DE International and Beverly Hills Girls High School arranged and hosted a visit for a Vietnamese agent partner 

Education Week highlights the achievements of public education and our local schools, shining the spotlight on our students…

Our school leaders – the School Captains, Student Leadership teacher and the Deputy Principal were privileged to join 2,000 other community members at Australian Technology Park to celebrate International Women’s Day

Professional experience is a crucial aspect of initial teacher education. Beverly Hills Girls High School (BHGHS) strongly supports professional experience and works with local universities to share knowledge…

Students participating in the Food Service and Catering unit in Food Technology were given a task to research High Tea

Tonight, students who studied courses in Music, Drama and Dance this semester performed to a packed house. The students showcased their knowledge, skills and talents to an enthusiastic and appreciative crowd.

Partners in learning – students & ex students, parents & ex parents, community members, staff & ex staff joined in the celebration…

UNSW School of Education recognised outstanding commitment to improve teacher quality at their recent awards evening.

Congratulations to Mrs Antoniadis who was presented with…

 

Mr Colin Skene, welcomed key personnel who contributed to the upgrade of the front entry and administration area of Beverly Hills Girls High School.

Year 8 students have been busy baking cupcakes and running their lunchtime stalls

National Sorry Day is an Australia-wide observance held on May 26 each year. This day gives people the chance to come together and share the steps towards healing for the Stolen Generation, their families and communities.

Selected Visual Arts students participated in a Mosaic Mentoring program at the University of NSW