Year 5 student Patrick Horan has completed one of the world’s hardest hikes, trekking more than 140km to the 5300m-high Everest Base Camp in the September holidays.
A once in a lifetime opportunity was given the Year 9 students to hike the Great Sandy National Park. At first, we were daunted at the thought of walking all day, but by the end, we had forged great friendships and wonderful memories of struggles and triumph that will remain with us forever.
The microcosm that is school has concluded for the young men in the white shirts. Their capacity to contribute to the world will be whatever they have challenged themselves to aspire to, guided by the values they have developed during the ATC journey.
As we finish the year, it is important to reflect upon whether we have met our mission to serve the community. Jack O’Toole, Leinster House Captain discusses leaving a legacy.