The Year 12 Graduation Luncheon at Doltone House - a wonderful opportunity to reflect on our time at Tech, together with friends, staff and family. The celebration continues...

  • FAREWELL CLASS OF 2016
  • HAS TECH TAUGHT YOU THE REAL KEYS TO SUCCESS?
  • HAVE BIG IDEAS Saul Griffiths entrepreneur inventor, Class of 1993
  • “We need to support the audacious plans of young people with dreams”
  • DO YOUR PERSONAL BEST Professor Andrew Martin on the Science of Motivation
  • ‘Hard work will always beat talent if talent does not work hard.’
  • GET IN THE ‘FLOW’ LISTEN TO MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI and work ethic.”Anathan Ambikarajah, class of 2011
  • “It’s not your ATAR, it is your passion
  • HAVE GROWTH MINDSETS
  • “Don’t be afraid of failure it says nothing about your intelligence quotient.” – Professor Carol Dweck
  • TAKE RISKS WITH LEARNING
  • FINESSE LEADERSHIP AND TEAMWORK SKILLS Phillip Farage, Former Vice Captain
  • “Be proud of where you come from, proud of each other.”
  • CHERISH YOUR FRIENDSHIPS
  • We need a strong alumni program to mentor Techies and we need you to join us
  • STAY FIT: BASKETBALL COMBINES IT ALL!
  • Passion
  • Teamwork
  • Fun
  • Challenge Practice
  • FOCUS on YOUR WELLBEING and THE WELLBEING OF OTHERS
  • Enhance your RESILIANCE
  • RUOK? Day
  • Youth wellbeing summit
  • Black Dog Institute with Andrew Woods
  • FULLY PARTICIPATE IN SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CITIZENSHIP Tandee Wang 2015
  • “White Ribbon is about realising that your being a man is not contingent on being violent or oppressive.”
  • WILL FORTUNE PLAY A PART IN YOUR GOALS?
  • Luck will play a good part in your future: use it
  • Life is actually random: get to embrace it
  • HUMOUR
  • A FEW PEOPLE TO BE GRATEFUL FOR AND TO THANK
  • Parents and family
  • Teachers
  • Mr Zigas
  • Mr De Rooy
  • Mr Grinham
  • WATCH OUT FOR
  • Men wearing wigs in the Principal’s office: your reference may not be what you were wanting…

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"Every individual has the right to realise himself: that is to fully develop the power and capacities, physical, mental, moral and spiritual; with which nature endowed him."

 − JA Williams (the first Principal of Tech writing in 1912)