Zoe Eyles

Arriving at the end of 13 years of school calls for a lot of retrospection. Most of us have only spent about 5 years of our lives not attending school, and of course, we don’t even remember most of our days of drawing pictures of people that look like happy potatoes and adults letting us think we were master hiders in hide-and-seek. School has been a constant since what feels like forever.

Picture: REX

Meeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on a tram last Thursday was an unforgettable, bizarre experience. Rhonda asked me if I would be interested in taking a tram ride with the royals a few weeks ago now, and I couldn’t really believe that it was a serious proposition. It felt cruel that I had to keep such a secret from others.

Dennis Harrison attended Elwood High between 1961-1964. He is a retired Geologist, Writer and Tai Chi teacher. These are some memories of his time at Elwood and life after school.

Staging Harry Stone’s comedic fantasy Taletellers took the efforts of 33 talented young actors, 15 dedicated creatives and stagehands, a few wise old staff members, and a pair of ex-students dragged back to school to helm the whole production.

Elwood College 2 Team L – R: Alexandra Thomas (first speaker), Lily Lau and Nicole Huynh

For the final debate of the 2018 Debating Season, our two teams from Elwood College held their argumentative positions with great dignity. The topic was the most challenging of the season: that mandatory minimum sentences should be imposed on violent crimes