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HSC (cont'd) 73 boys appear to have ATAR’s over 90. Thus 53% Lucian Bongers for his work Metamorhosis: Engineered of the cohort achieved this rank compared to 17% in Anomalies which was displayed at the Griffith Regional the State. Art Gallery and the Western Plains Cultural Centre The median ATAR was 90.2 .The State median was Dubbo Regional Gallery. 69.25. Music: Creative Arts: The Class of 2011 included an exceptionally talented Like 2010 the class of 2011 has had a significant number group of Musicians. Two students, Jonathan Chan and of students selected to display/perform in the varying Harrison Collins were nominated to perform in Encore, showcases for HSC creative arts courses. This reinforces a selection of exemplary performances from HSC the healthy state of Creative Arts at St Aloysius and the students. important place it plays in both the cultural and academic Jonathan Chan has since been selected for the Encore life of the College. performance in The Sydney Opera House in March, 2012. Visual Arts: Two students had their work identified as exemplary: Eleven students have had their major artworks nominated Byron Stunz for Viva Voce and Robert D’Angelo for for ArtExpress 2012. essay: Brett Dean Testament & Carlo. They were: Lucian Bongers, Andrew Edwards, Leo A further four students had their music compositions Hennessy, Bede Ireland, James Kingston, Timothy Leong, retained for possible inclusion in Encore. They were Rory Macken, Lachlan Murphy, James Paton, Jack Riisfeldt Robert D’Angelo, Harrison Collins, Jonathan Chan and Aaron Thompson. and Jonathan Soerjoko. Of note was that all seven Of these 4 were finally selected for inclusion” students studying Extension Music achieved a top band Andrew Edwards for his piece Blue Catastrophe's and result. The average was 48/50, with Jonathan Chan Other Natural Disasters which was displayed at The receiving 50/50 for this subject. Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Newcastle The College continues to perform well in all academic Art Gallery. competitions across the State. The results achieved by the Rory Macken for his work The Aesthetics of Industry: Class of 2011 should be celebrated by every member of Ecology, Environment, Endurance which was displayed the Aloysian Family. at The Armory Sydney Olympic Park and the Female Orphan School at the University of Western Sydney. Mr Neville Williams Director of Curriculum James Paton for his piece Political Landscape: Moral Dilemma which was displayed at the Wollongong City Gallery. from the deputy principal Induction and Welcome for New and developing the JesuitIt is said that maintaining Teaching Staff identity of our school Winvolvement in this collective endeavour of and on a programme ofdepends on the carefulselection of such peopleas these new teacherse welcome the following new staff to St Aloysius’College for 2012 and look forward to their Ignatian Education. appropriate formation in Ms Eliza Collins Teacher, the Ignatian Charism and Junior School Homeroom pedagogy for them. Their Mr David Comito Teacher, PDHPE induction programme covers Mr Jeremy Curtin (SAC 2003) Teacher, Music not only the administrivia Ms Deanne Kyriacos Teacher, English of commencing in a new Mr Kamil Mwroka SJ Campus Ministry workplace, but more significantly an understanding of the Mrs Suzana Juric Teacher, Science distinctive quality and nature of our tradition. New staff are Ms Elizabeth Sheehy Teacher, English led through an interpretation of what we understand of Jesuit Mr Geoff Vanderfield Teacher, PDHPE Schools in the Ignatian tradition; namely, to St Aloysius’ College A Jesuit School for Boys _ Founded 1879 a l oy s i a d / page 28


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