News and Events
National Aerobics Success
Another remarkable achievement for HVGS over the past 4 days with 2 Gold and 3 Silver medals at the National Aerobics Championships in Brisbane. Every routine entered received either a Gold or Silver medal and every student involved walked away with at least 1 medal. HVGS certainly dominated across a competitive Australian field.
Grace Coakes-Jenkins, Phoebe King, Kokoda Dunstone, Katie Turner and Madison Lancey
Minnie National Grande Aerobic Team – Gold
School Stream Primary Fitness Teams – Gold
Grace Hawthorne, Madelyne Skelly, Blair Fisher, Lucy O'Brien, Maddison Daines, Isabella Kelly, and Scarlett York
Cadet National Grande Aerobic Team - Silver
School Stream Primary Fitness Teams - Silver
Georgia King, Adelaide Goldfinch, Lauren Cousins, Stella York, Madeline Stainton, Fiona Stalker, Sarah Higgins and Olivia Jones
School Stream Secondary Fitness Teams - Silver
A true credit to our supportive and dedicated students, coaches and HVGS Aerobics families. Congratulations ladies.
HVGS Wins 11 from 12
Junior HRIS Champions
It has taken 10 years!
Our Junior School Athletics team have lifted the Championship Trophy for Hunter Region Independent Schools for the first time in more than a decade.
Our team won the pennant for the 10 Years Girls and 12 Years Boys champions.
In 2017, HVGS has shown outstanding athletic achievement and are now the HRIS Primary and Secondary Athletics Champions!
K-12 Clean up
Thousands of schools clean up across Australia! K-12 students were eager to join the thousands of students across Australia as part of Clean up Australia Day on Friday 3 March. Every inch of our campus and the perimeter was picked over by our willing helpers.
In 1989 Ian Kiernan had a simple idea to make a difference in his own backyard - Sydney Harbour. This simple idea has now become the nation's largest community-based environmental event, Clean Up Australia Day.
By being involved we are helping our kids appreciate the significant responsibility we have to do something ourselves to help protect and care for their environment.
These young people aren’t afraid to lead and they represent themselves, their families, and our school with great pride. At HVGS our students benefit from striving for high standards and from an education that is anchored in our School’s Values for Life.
Back row: School Captains - Victoria Gill, and Liam Kelly, Vice Captains - Elinor Bowman and Josh Gittoes. Front row: Junior Captains Audrey McPherson and Charlie Walker
Gloucester are the 2017