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True Grit

20 July 2017

Off the back of one of the greatest series come backs in the history of State of Origin, there has been much talk about the difference that strength in character makes in key sporting moments. Back when I first started following Rugby League and Rugby Union it was people like Mal Meninga and John Eales, Tim Horan and Jason Little who stood out as men of substance, ethic and talent.

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New Term New Energy

13 July 2017

The start of a new term is always an exciting and energising time in schools and ATC is no exception. Fresh from a break, the boys always hit the ground running, ready to tackle the many opportunities that are available to them.

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How Do You Measure Success?

15 June 2017

It’s the age-old question. What is the best way to measure success? From our school point of view, should it be the silverware in our cabinets in the music and sport offices? Is it the number of teams we enter competitions? Is it the percentage of students participating in programs? Is it our win/loss ratio? Is it the number of Golds we bring home from Queensland Colleges Music Festival?

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Variety is the Spice of Life

08 June 2017

Looking back on the past week of co-curricular life, my head spins at the variety of activities that our boys have been participating in. From the Winter Music Concert on Friday night where Mr Bannon and the percussion ensemble stole the show with a Michael Jackson number; to the first ever QCIS Debating and Chess Championships which saw our boys brave the cold of Toowoomba to battle over their chess boards and to fervently argue for the rights of elite sportsmen to earn lots money; to five of our finest junior AFL players setting off for Mackay for the U12 State Championships, the boys of ATC are certainly living their co-curricular life to the fullest.

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Production Lessons and Classes

07 June 2017

We are proud to announce that we are starting Production Lessons and Classes at Ambrose Treacy College in Semester 2. If you are interested in learning how to create, perform, record and produce your own music using the College’s professional recording studio please download the link below to enrol in Production Lessons and Classes. Enrolments close next Wednesday 14 June. For further inforamtion please contact Co-curricular Music Administration Office.

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