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Did you know that the act of giving gifts at Christmas time is symbolic of the gift given from God to the world on Christmas Day, his son Jesus? Gift giving is an exchange of hope and a way to make a positive contribution to the life of someone else. The staff and students of Holy Spirit have provided gifts for hampers during Advent but they have also shared their individual gifts and talents throughout the year to make our school the special community that it is.

So as the 2022 school year ends we would like to wish all of our families a blessed Christmas and we look forward to welcoming students back, refreshed and recharged in 2023 on the following dates:

*Year 7 Tuesday January 31
*Year 8-12 Wednesday February 1

The uniform shop will reopen on January 20 🎄🎅

#merrychristmas #wearehsc
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Our top ten ATARS...
Academic excellence such as this does not happen without determination, grit and resilience. These students have been working towards their academic goals since they were in the junior school and their achievements are outstanding. Enjoy the celebrations Year 12!
#wearehsc #resilience #rise #10atarsabove90
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This morning we celebrated our HSC results with students from Year 12 2022. Congratulations to our College Dux Caitlyn Zamuner who achieved an ATAR of 98.35 and to every students who completed Year 12 with some amazing results, we are very proud of each and every one of you. We wish you all every success as you move into the next stage of your life.
#wearehsc #RISE #resilience #classof2022
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On Friday we welcomed our Year 7 2023 students for Orientation Day. They had a great day learning about the College and sampling some fun classes. We look forward to seeing you all in 2023!
#wearehsc #RISE #year72023 #highschool #orientationday
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A reminder that this Sunday the Holy Spirit College community will remember our deceased students and staff at our Mass for the Deceased, our first since the beginning of the pandemic.

It is important for us as a school to remember our deceased students and staff as well as their families, and we are grateful to pray in thanksgiving and remembrance. The Mass will be held in our Casey Ryder Centre on Sunday from 10am followed by morning tea in our Memorial Garden. We look forward to sharing this day with you and your family and friends who would like to attend. RSVP to info.hsc@dow.catholic.edu.au or contact the office on 02 4285 2877.
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A reminder that Monday November 7 is for staff only. Teachers will be engaging in professional learning around Teaching and Learning practices. Classes resume on Tuesday. Have a lovely weekend! ...