Shenton College Christmas Concert

This is always a lovely evening and a great one to get you in the Christmas spirit with some carol singing and Christmas music.
All bands, chorale, and Jazz Bands are performing.

Bring a picnic tea and the whole family!!! The cafeteria will be open selling their famous Fruit Mince Pies, shortbread coffee.

Gates open at 5.30 and the Concert starts at 6.30 – it should be finished by 8.30.

Click on this link to book tickets.

We hope to see you there.

CO2 Dragsters- National winners- Shenton College

In a time of technology and with the pressing need for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) as an education focus , Shenton College has continued to support the National competition for CO2 Dragsters.
The National finals were held in Queensland this year after a strong WA performance form Private and Public schools. …. And the results are now through.

Special mention of National winners
WA’s best Cat A – Lewis Schofield – St Stephens School
WA’s best Cat B – Makz Alexander – Christ Church Grammar School – 2nd place
WA’s best Cat C – Megan Woods – Badgingarra Primary School
WA’s best Cat D – Kieran McCabe – Mandurah Catholic College
And Australia’s best Outlaw – Corey Heron – Shenton College

Asher Copland from Shenton College has won the Outlaw Category.

The Outland category recognises the overall fastest machine- the is STEM in real life. Provide practical, real life examples of education and students will engage and perform.

Congratulations UN Youth Voice Public Speakers!

Congratulations to Sophie Styles (Year 7) and Xavier Hill Wilson (Year 10) who have made it through to the State Finals for the United Nations Youth Voice public speaking competition. We’re very proud of all the students who participated, and wish Sophie and Xavier the best of luck for the Finals.

Awards of Excellence from the 2015 WA Junior Mathematics Olympiad

On Saturday, some brilliant Shenton College mathematicians went to UWA for the 2015 WA Junior Mathematics Olympiad. The goal of the competition is to identify the most gifted students in Mathematics, and our eight Year 9 students were exceptional. Jack Barron, Thomas Brauhart, Robert Crew, Jordan Greenwood, Kailin Guo, Rose Lin, Oscar Murat, Alexandra Truong spent the day doing what they love best, and thrived doing it! During the break between the individual and team competitions, there was much discussion about the gruelling questions, trust games, free biscuits, and team strategy. It certainly paid off as we took home two prizes in the afternoon: Rose Lin was awarded Award of Excellence (Individual Performance) , and Team 2 (Jack Barron, Jordan Greenwood, Kailin Guo, Rose Lin) were awarded Award of Excellence (Team Performance).