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  1. King's Birthday Honours

    Wesley would like to congratulate the members of our community who have been recognised for their accomplishments and service to the wider community in the 2024 King's Birthday Honours. We are delighted to extend our own recognition of their...

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  2. Exploring the future at the 2024 Careers Expo

    In the rapidly changing world of work, young people will need to continually develop the skills to become their own career managers. With this in mind, over 300 Senior School families and students attended our first College-wide Careers Expo, hosted...

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  3. Celebrating International Women's Day in 2024

    Over the last week, members of the Wesley College community gathered at events across our three campuses to celebrate International Women’s Day. It is a day to recognise the challenges that have been overcome and the contributions that have been...

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  4. Community Honours

    Several members of our Wesley community have been recognised for their accomplishments and service to the wider community in the Australia Day Honours. We are delighted to extend our congratulations and our own recognition of their achievements below...

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  5. 50 years of friendship

    In February 1973, Mike Hibbs (OW1978), Steve Godwin (OW1978), Neil Croft (OW1978) and Dave Okey (OW1978) all started Year 7 at Wesley’s Syndal Campus (now the Glen Waverley Campus) from various primary schools, joining the ‘old boy’ (who had...

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  6. OWs on the money

    This image from a 1965 edition of the Chronicle, which is in the Prime Minister’s cabinet in the reception area at our St Kilda Road Campus, shows Harold Holt (OW1926) and HRH Prince Philip viewing the machine used to produce decimal currency...

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  7. Great golf courses of the world

    Gary Lisbon (OW1984) was a chartered accountant with KPMG who always had a love of golf and never saw himself as an accountant in the long run. He started working with 1991 Open Champion Ian Baker-Finch, before branching out into running corporate...

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  8. The Year of the 'Triple Double'

    Has Wesley sport ever been any stronger than it is right now? This year we rewrote APS record books in a remarkable series of dual Premiership victories, with both our boys’ and girls’ teams taking out the Premiership Cups in Athletics, in Cross...

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  9. Hurrah for the gold and purple flag we love

    The Collegians Football Club, an institution steeped in tradition and success, has a rich history of premierships that span over a century. Established in 1892 by LA Adamson, the club has been a powerhouse in the world of Australian Rules Football,...

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  10. The people we remember

    We weren’t at all surprised by the overwhelming response we had to our social media post encouraging OWs to let us know if they had a teacher, coach or mentor that mattered to them. It can be hard to quantify why certain teachers made a difference...

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