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Well done to the 20 students who made the effort on their last Sunday of the holidays to run the Payce Sutherland to Surf 11km fun run!

Congratulations to Winston in Year 12 who ran it in 48mins 🏆

A massive thank you to Miss Bilton and Miss Johnston who braved the early and cold morning to help out with organisation.

The Performing Ensembles program is a significant part of our school’s co-curriculum. Ahead of next week’s Musicale showcase, our students are currently immersed in intensive tuition and rehearsal at The Tops Conference Centre for the 2019 edition of ‘Music Camp’. It looks like they’re having fun too!

Well done to Year 11 students Eric, Emmanuel, Jason, Abhay and Zach for their participation in the Georges River Council’s ‘Speaking 4 the Planet’ day at St George Girls High School on Wednesday 05 June.

Zach placed 2nd in the prepared speech section and 3rd in the impromptu speech section. The team achieved First Place in the video section. Congratulations ,boys!


One of our old students, PhD candidate Ananthan Ambikairajah (2011 alumni) has led a study into fat mass changes during menopause, with the findings being published in the American Journal of Obsetrics & Gynecology. This meta-analysis has important implications for women's health.

Well done, Ananthan!


To view his latest interview on ABC Live News, click here

A link to the published journal article can be found here

Congratulations to the Year 12 Debating team who has had back to back wins against Caringbah High School and Blakehurst High School on the topics of education and the media respectively. Go Tech!


"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, 1912 (first Principal of Sydney Technical High School)