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School Friday Open 24-04-15

Image result for sunnyMaitland Grossmann High will be open tomorrow, Friday 24/04/15.

However only travel if it is safe.

Classes will run where ever possible.

 

Storm Information

Update: 8:36am 21/04/2015 There has been storm damage at Maitland Grossmann High School and due to the unsafe road conditions the decision has been made to close the school today.

Construction Year 12 VET

Date: 28 April 2015 00:00 to 01 May 2015 00:00
Summary: Work Placement 2

Adopt a Resident 2015 planning meeting with Benhome/Largs Lodge(L.Osborne,K.Goward)

Date: 28 April 2015 10:00 to 11:00

Mentoring Program

Date: 28 April 2015 11:30 to 00:45
Summary: Hall - Plan-it Youth - (J Sellers-Fogarty)

Society and Culture Year 12

Date: 29 April 2015
Summary: Task 4

Drama Year 11

Date: 30 April 2015
Summary: Task 1

Choral Fest

Date: 30 April 2015
Summary: Warners Bay Performing Arts Centre - Grossmann Vocal Ensemble (R Dennis)

Industrial Technology Timber

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Task 3

Legal Studies Year 12

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Task 3

Engineering Studies Year 11

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Task 1

Industrial Technology - Graphics Year 11

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Task 1

Industrial Technology -Multimedia Year 11

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Task 1

Industrial technology -Timber Year 11

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Task 1

Engineering Year 11 VET

Date: 1 May 2015
Summary: Event 3

Immunisation

Date: 1 May 2015 09:00 to 15:20
Summary: Hall - Yr 7, 11 & 12 - Catchups (W Stephan)

Presentation

Date: 1 May 2015 17:00 to 21:00
Summary: Hall - Maitland Swimming Club

Exploring Early Childhood Year 11

Date: 4 May 2015
Summary: Task 2

Mathematics Extension 1 Year 11

Date: 4 May 2015 00:00 to 08 May 2015 00:00
Summary: Task 1

Metals and Engineering Year 12 VET

Date: 4 May 2015
Summary: Work Placement 2

Immunisation

Date: 4 May 2015 09:00 to 15:20
Summary: Hall - Yr 7, 11 & 12 - Catchups (W Stephan)

Step Up

Date: 4 May 2015 14:45 to 16:00
Summary: Library - 15 Interested Yr 12 girls ( L Osborne)


More Events...

 

 

Date: 17th April 2015
Place: High Street, Maitalnad
Time: 4-10pm

 

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Posted by: maleys



Congratulations to the Year 11 and Year 10 students who achieved so well in the National Finals of the F1inSchools competition held at the Melbourne Grand Prix this month.

Our students have achieved very well with a 4th, 7th and 11th placement out of around 35 teams. MGHS teams won a number of major awards including; Fastest Lap, Grand Prix Race Winners, Most Energy Efficient Design, and Best Team Portfolio. We had two State Champion Teams and one wild card entry this year.

Our Development Team's are already working on their entries for the 2015 regional finals in the Pro - Senior class, ready for an assault on the Work Titles in 2016. All the teams wish to thank our major sponsors; The Unversity of Wollongong, Bloomfield Group, ME Program and Maitland Rotary for providing the opportunity for our students to compete in this event.


Posted by: sleaps


Congratulations to Jack Davey and Robert Weatherall for winning Gold at the Under 16's doubles at the State Combined High Schools rowing titles this weekend (15/03/2015). In the singles event Jack first overall, closely followed by Robert who was second. A very dominate display by the maitland grossmann boys. This success is one top of the pairs 2nd in the state last month in the Under 16's doubles titles. A remarkable effort considering Jack had a wrist injury he took into the event.

Posted by: sleaps


If any students are interested in the National Youth Science Forum (weblink below) please see Mr Sleap.

http://www.nysf.edu.au/


Posted by: maleys


Maitland Grossmann has further enhanced its reputation for outstanding student performance in Technology education after sweeping the pool at the annual University of Wollongong High School competitions awards night. The school received the inaugural Royal Australian Mint Overall Winning School Award for the most successful school in all six senior competitions. The school was presented with a framed gift from the mint valued at $1500.00 In addition Mr Rick Dibley was recognised for excellence in teaching Industrial Technology and the school won the overall winning school award for Year 11 Industrial Technology.  A total of thirteen Year 11 and 12 students received cash, prizes and certificates in 27 separate categories. On Wednesday 10th the school has 16 students receiving major awards in the Year 9 and 10 competitions.
Competition Winners
Year 11 Engineering Studies: Ben Muddle 3 Awards, Alice Collison, Alex Foster  and Keiah Bower 3 awards
Year 12 Engineering Studies: Liam Hardy, Dylan Cawsey 4 awards and Rebecca Carrucan 2 awards
Year 11 Design and Technology: Michaela Blain
Year 12 Design and Technology: Logan Munro, Dylan Cawsey
Year 11 Industrial Technology: Charlie Dibley 3 awards, Bailey Skinner, Kieren Moxey, Richard Dibley
Winning School Award Maitland Grossmann High School
Overall: The Royal Australian Mint Overall Winning School Award
2014 NSW Year 9 Industrial Technology Competition: Sam Holmes, Ethan Burgess, Cody Carey, Connor Morley, Ali Al-Mudafer, Jarrod Schwager and Brendan Budworth
2014 NSW Year 10 Industrial Technology Competition: Shani Searl, Kayla Crow, Jack Pattison, Nick Ahrens, Kaitlin Blackwell, Ryan Burgess, Thomas Threlfo, Krake Thomas and Jayden Wright

Posted by: sleaps



Archibull Awards, Art4Agriculture's programme, aim to engage secondary and
primary school students in agricultural and environmental awareness through art, design, creativity and teamwork. Mabel is our life-size fibreglass decorated cow that was this year’s Year 10 Visual Design entry into the Art4Agriculture national annual “Archibull” competition. The class spent nearly two terms from the initial approach to a small group attending the final Archibull awards at Olympic Park, Homebush in November.The students had many tasks and skills to attempt and complete in order to fulfill the competition requirements; filling in surveys, liaising with the local media to promote Archibull, doing research to inform our design, meeting with our Young Farming Champion Ben Egan, discussing, designing, knitting, painting, creating a Powerpoint, maintaining a blog during the process and many more tasks meanwhile communicating and working collaboratively. There were initial designs to be considered and each school was allocated an agricultural industry theme to promote and we were allocated “Cotton” to help focus on combining Art, Agriculture (Cotton) and sustainability.

Posted by: maleys


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iSTEM Video for Parents


Uniform Shop

The Maitland Grossmann High School Uniform Shop has now gone on-line.  Parents will need to create an account and follow the prompts. Click here for access. If you have any problems please contact Jennifer Newton - Uniform Coordinator on 0434 195 547 or 4934 2066 during Uniform shop hours.


Normal Trading Hours
Tuesday 8am - 12pm
Thursday 1pm - 5pm


ME Program

What is the ME Program?

Millennium Student & Parent Portal

During last term Yr 11 Information Technology students, Shane Humbles and Luke Smith, have been working on the Living Library project. They have interviewed several people who have had a connection with the school, recording their memories. Click here to view their work.
Financial Supporters of MGHS

 

If you take out a loan at the Westpac Bank in Greenhills and mention Maitland Grossmann High School, the school will receive a monetary contribution from the bank.

 

Become a Club Fit member at the Athletes Foot at Greenhills or Charlestown and receive a 10% discount on each purchase. If you mention the school it will also receive a monetary contribution from the Athletes Foot.

General Information

Students@Work Web Link

Sponsors of this Website

Maitland Grossmann High School Parents and Citizens Association