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2019 Opening Mass

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The Daramalan Community today celebrated the school’s Opening Mass for 2019. With over 1600 students, staff and families in the Sports Centre, the first religious celebration for the year was led by Fr Chris McPhee MSC who is the Provincial Superior of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart in Australia.   At the end of the […]

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Award Winners announced

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Congratulations to Year 12 student Mackinley Shaw who achieved the highest ATAR at Daramalan College in 2018. Mackinley’s excellent academic performance earned him an ATAR of 99.7. On Tuesday 18 December, Mackinley was presented with his top honour at the ACT Board of Senior Secondary Studies Recognition of Excellence Ceremony at the Canberra Playhouse. Also […]

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Congratulations to our Science Department

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Daramalan College win the 2018 ACT Science Fair Secondary Schools shield! Congratulations go to our brilliant young scientists who excelled at the recent ACT Science Fair, with many receiving category awards, commendations and encouragement certificates. This is the second year running that Daramalan College has been awarded this prize so a wonderful result all round.

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First women teachers return for Feast Day

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As part of Chevalier Day celebrations, Daramalan’s two original female teachers came back to revisit and reconnect with the school after fifty-six years. Mrs Jean Reid (seated) – who will be 103 next month – returned to be part of Chevalier Day along with Mrs Mary Barton, both of whom commenced work at Daramalan on […]

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2019 College Leadership positions announced

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At a whole school Assembly on Friday 21 September, the Daramalan student leadership positions for 2019 were announced. In front of a packed audience including parents and teachers, the following students were announced: College Captains for 2019: Sarah Davis and Liam Battye College Vice Captains – Arts and Culture: Lillia Bank Social Justice: Kavinya Welikala […]

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