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3 Study Hacks for Senior Students

I would like to introduce 3 study hacks to help our students prepare for the challenges of Term 2.

Term 2 will build up in workload and assessments for most students. It is the Term where exams will happen, and most assessments will build up to finish the first semester.

The earlier we know the landscape of Term 2, the more prepared we become in dealing with challenges.

What are study hacks? They are non-standard…

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Rehoboth 2nd at ACC Swimming Carnival

Wow, what an awesome second season to Rehoboth’s participation with the Associated and Catholic Colleges (ACC) competitions. Last week’s Swimming Carnival on Monday 12 March was a resounding success, with so many students being involved, and our God of joyful blessings making this Swimming Carnival a time of celebration for our school community as we shared our skills, efforts and enthusiasm, working together for the benefit and joy of the whole community.

I thank the…

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A Few Words from Our 2018 Sports Captain

My name is Megan Lamprecht. I am a student currently completing Year 12 and have the privilege of being the 2018 Sports Captain. In the future, I hope to attend university and complete a degree in veterinary sciences as well as zoology. I attend Life City Church and the associated youth group, The LC.

From birth I have been raised in a Christian home and I have such a passion for spending…

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What Goals are Important for Senior School?

Continuing our conversation from the last article, now that we know what requirements there are for achieving the WACE, what other goals are important for Senior School?

To answer that question will depend on the conversations you have with your child. Some questions to consider are:

What does the end of the year look like to you as parents and students, apart from achieving WACE? Do you want to finish with a…
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Wycliffe Win the 2018 Swimming Carnival

The Rehoboth Primary Swimming Carnival took place at Riverton Leisureplex on Friday 10 March. The carnival was attended by all students in Years 4-6 from both Wilson and Kenwick Campuses and provides an opportunity for some students to showcase their swimming abilities, while others get to put into practice what they have learnt at swimming lessons in the weeks prior.

Events this year included 50m freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. 25m freestyle and breaststroke, along…

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Pi Day and Paper Chains

Today, 14 March, the College – and particularly the Mathematics Department – celebrated International Pi Day.

This year saw the Year 7-10s take part in a couple of different activities over the course of the day, providing an opportunity to use their maths outside the regular classroom. The aim of the activities is for all students to be able to participate fully, and as such, they are not mathematical intensive activities. The…

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Our 2018 Student Prefect Captains

I would like to introduce our College Captain, Timothy Komaiya, and Vice Captain, Rachael Fleming. Over the next few weeks, each student leader will be sharing a little about themselves and their beliefs about what leadership means at Rehoboth Christian College.

Timothy Komaiya

Communism shall prevail! Sorry, that was the history student in me – but at least I got your attention! My name is Timothy Komaiya, and I am the 2018 College Captain. I’m…

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From Study Retreat to Student Retreat

On Thursday to Saturday, 8-10 February, five teachers and sixty-five students went on a retreat at the Swan Valley Adventure Centre. The focus of the retreat was to help students develop skills that would support their academic journey at Rehoboth. Deeper skills, disciplines, or habits of developing a personal mission statement, communication, looking after oneself, knowing God, and conflict resolution – to name a few – were discussed at the camp. This is why we have changed the name from a “Study Retreat”…

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The Language of WACE

Let’s take a look at the language of WACE. As we start our journey from Year 11 to Year 12, we will encounter a number of acronyms or terminologies that are directly related to senior schooling. Below is a list of commonly used acronyms and terminologies with a short description of each. In future articles we will try and describe these concepts with more detail.

Some of these definitions can be found in the

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