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House Carnivals

House Swimming, Athletics and Cross Country Carnivals have a focus on students participating and the promotion of ‘House Spirit’. House Captains are tasked with maximising student participation in House events, and fostering House Spirit through colourful dress up and house chants. Shields are awarded to the House Spirit winners at each Carnival as well as to the Champion Sporting House. 

House Carnivals are fun and competitive and are an essential part of maintaining a positive school culture. Every student is expected to attend House Carnival Days. The Houses also play lunchtime basketball, soccer, netball and volleyball tournaments throughout the year.

2019 Energy Breakthrough

2019 was very successful for the Highview College teams. The three school teams all placed top five in their respective sections; with two overall winners. A brilliant team effort!

Junior Team

The ‘Kulinda’ Junior squad, had several members participating in their first secondary school event. The team achieved high scores across all sections, including 2nd in the Design & Construction, Display & Presentation and also in the race. They were declared Overall Winners. A fantastic effort by the students and staff involved. Congratulations to, Ellie Martin, Lavinia Martin, Megan Pritchard, Alyssah Tobin, Fern Winnell, Baxter Cheesman, Benjamin Deaker, Thomas Myers, Joshua Ross, Oscar Tatchell and a special thanks to managers, Chris Smart and Lucy Freemantle.

All-Female Team

‘Hola Chica’ were high achievers across the event. They finished 2nd in the race, 4th in Design & Construction and they won the Display & Presentation. They too, were the Overall Winners of the HPV All-Female division. A great effort by all. Well done to Gina Beavis, Theresa Buchanan, Lily Cain, Deanna Dellis, Maddison Farrell, Ava Harrison, Francesca Howe, Isabel Knowles, Alicia Myers, Gina Ross, Brianna Tranter, and managers, Sarah Lovel and Brogahn Richards.

Open Team

‘Bromance’ performed well in all categories. They were 5th in the Display & Presentation, 3rd in the Design & Construction and finished 5th in the trial. This placed the team in 5th position of the 30 Open teams.  Well done to Jamie Beavis, Nathaniel Codognotto, Ethan Freemantle, Jesse Lang, Liam Latch, Nick Myers, Mick Malik, Angus Ostarcevic, Liam Palling, Joshua Powers, Patrick Pritchard, and managers, Patrick Jenes and Luke Treacy. 

 

The team managers put in an enormous amount of work to support the teams, and we thank them all for their dedication. The results were fantastic, however they are a bonus. The event benefits students in many ways, and it is a privilege to be involved. Congratulations to all riders and support crews for their efforts, attitude and behaviour across the event. The team spirit and family involvement was excellent and the joy and feeling among the group was very positive. Thank you to all staff and parents who visited and assisted throughout the entire program, particularly over the weekend of the event.

The generous support of many organisations provides this wonderful opportunity for our students and families, and competing would not be possible without these contributions.

2018 Energy Breakthrough

2018 was very successful for the Highview College teams. The three school teams all placed Top 3 in their respective sections, a brilliant team effort! 

The ‘Outside In’ Junior squad, had several members participating in their first secondary school event. The team achieved high scores across all sections and finished overall in 3RD PLACE.

The ‘ZigaZig Ah’ B2 team were high achievers across the event. They finished 2nd in the race, WON the Design & Construction and were the OVERALL WINNERS of the HPV B2 Division. 

The ‘Genzee’ C team, performed well in all categories. They were 2nd in the Display & Presentation, 2nd in the Design & Construction and finished OVERALL RUNNERS UP. 

2017 Energy Breakthrough

The 2017 Highview College school teams all placed top 3 in their respective sections, a brilliant team effort! 

EMOJI GO, the Junior squad finished in Third place. 

OFF THE GRID, our B2 team were RUNNERS UP. 

AZIZ, our C team finished OVERALL WINNERS. That is back-to-back wins in the C category.

 

The results were fantastic, however, they are a bonus. The event benefits students in many ways, and it is a privilege to be involved. Congratulations to all riders and pit crew for their efforts, attitude and behaviour across the event. The team spirit and family involvement were excellent and the joy and feel amongst the group were very positive. A big thank you to all staff and parent helpers throughout the entire program and particularly the weekend.

We are extremely appreciative of the community support. The generous support of many organisations provides this wonderful opportunity for our students and families, and would not be possible without the kind contributions.

 

Inter-School Sport - ICCES Involvement

Highview College’s involvement in the ‘Independent Country Co-Educational Schools’ Sporting Association is a feature of our sporting and extra-curricular programs. Highview competes against seven other independent schools including, Girton Grammar, Bacchus Marsh Grammar, Ballarat Grammar, Gippsland Grammar, Goulburn Valley Grammar, Braemar College and Hamilton Alexandra College. We are fortunate to provide our country students the wonderful opportunities to compete at world class venues including MSAC, Albert Park and Bundoora State Park. As expected, the level of competition is very high, the organisation of events is exceptional, and our students love challenging themselves at these events.

Highview Vs MEC Sports Cup

The HC vs MEC Sports Cup has been fantastic for building community spirit and links between the students, staff and the schools. The schools play a Summer Sports Day (tennis, cricket, basketball) and a Winter Sports Day (football, soccer, netball). The students enjoy competing against our neighbor school. The standard of play and sportsmanship between the schools is exceptional.