Synergy Solar Cars Soar

Our Engineering program begins in Year 4 and progresses through Secondary College, nurturing a love for problem-solving and innovation. In Primary Engineering, students tackle challenges that hone their skills in experimentation and analysis.

On Tuesday, March 12th, a team of Year 6 students proudly represented our school in the Synergy Solar Car Competition, facing off against peers from other schools. Despite stiff competition, our students showcased technical proficiency, teamwork, and sportsmanship throughout the event.

Our dedication to fostering the next generation of innovators remains unwavering, ensuring our students are well-prepared for success in a dynamic world.

Year 7 Camp at Ern Halliday

Ellenbrook Christian College’s Year 7 camp, held from Wednesday, February 7th, to Friday, February 9th, at the scenic Ern Halliday campsite in Hillarys, was a thrilling and memorable experience for the incoming high school students. The beachside setting provided the backdrop for an array of exciting activities, fostering camaraderie and creating lasting memories.

Among the highlights were the exhilarating flying fox rides that added an adrenaline rush to the camp. The beach activities further enhanced the bonding experience, as students engaged in team-building exercises and enjoyed the sun and sand. The camp served as a melting pot for friendships, with numerous new students joining from various schools to embark on their high school journey together.

As laughter echoed through the campsite, it was evident that the Year 7 camp not only provided an opportunity for adventure but also laid the foundation for a supportive and inclusive community at Ellenbrook Christian College. The shared experiences and newfound connections will undoubtedly contribute to a positive and enriching high school experience for these young students.

Year 11 Students Sail on the Swan

Thursday, February 29, marked a night of celebration for our Year 11 students, providing a much-needed respite before the challenges of “upper school” kicked in. The highly anticipated River Cruise, has always been a favourite in our school calendar.

Teaming up with our friends from Northshore Christian Grammar, who are regular partners for these events, ensured that the dance floor buzzed with life. From the classic Macarena to the lively Conga line, students and staff alike immersed themselves in the rhythm of the night, dancing away any traces of stress or upcoming academic commitments. The camaraderie between the two schools added an extra layer of excitement to the festivities, making the evening even more memorable.

As the students let their hair down and reveled in the joy of the moment, it was a testament to the importance of such events in fostering a sense of community and unity. The River Cruise served as a vibrant prelude to the challenges ahead, reminding everyone of the significance of finding moments of joy and connection amidst the academic journey.

Here’s to the spirit of celebration and camaraderie that defines our school community, making events like the River Cruise an unforgettable highlight in the lives of our Year 11 students.