That is the purpose of the CGS Foundation: to transform the future of our School and to open its educational opportunities to as many bright and aspiring young people as possible. As we look towards our centenary, we now ask our entire community t to join us by raising an additional $2m for scholarships and access bursaries over the next few years, so that our School may stand proudly at the forefront of opening access to outstanding education for talented young Australians, regardless of means. Every gift makes a difference in reaching that goal.
Alumni and former CGS Foundations Manager Peter Cursley recently became the recipient of the #Westfield#LocalHeroes initiative.
The win comes with a $10,000 grant, to be used to provide equipment to care and provide lifesaving support for newborns
Term 4 kicks off today, and we were very grateful to welcome back our #Year12 students, who returned to the grounds today for exam preparation!
All the best to the #CGS community for the final term of the year! pic.twitter.com/9URAmaGC3t
Cheers to a phenomenal 2021 season of #Rugby at CGS! We're all looking forward to another year of great sportsmanship and in 2022!
Here's our team's chant to see the season off! 🏅 pic.twitter.com/ROmVWDF8Cp
Construction of The Snow Auditorium has been underway for some time, and while we eagerly await its completion, we are thankful to be able to see the space already being put to good use.
This space will soon be transformed into a venue used by the School and the Community. pic.twitter.com/0nHNv6H8dw
A treat for our Athlete Development Programme students as they received a visit from CGS Alumni of 2013 and Tokyo Oympian Caleb Antill.
Caleb took the students through his journey from Hay House to his Olympic Bronze Medal in Tokyo! Many lessons for our students to take away! pic.twitter.com/zaLJ571yVI
For #CGS#FeelGoodFriday we have a wonderful experience from our Kindergarten remote learning!
Scarlett worked hard making her own damper after listening to the story "Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo" and watching a video about the activities children like to do in Arnhem Land. pic.twitter.com/GIhVfFaxI5