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Churchie is one of a select group of Australian schools who have been recognised by ACARA for impressive NAPLAN performance.
Acclaimed beat boxer Tom Thum (AKA Tom Horn, 2002) is collaborating with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.
Tom Gamble (2008) has climbed to the number one position in Australian 100m sprint rankings with a time of 10.34 seconds.
Churchie's Hayward Midson building is featured in the Jan/Feb 2015 issue of Architecture Australia. Find out more.
The outstanding urban planning projects of three Brisbane students, including Churchie's Jordan Lam, have been recognised by the Planning Institute of Australia.
Prince Edward visited Churchie on 5 November as part of an Australian tour commemorating over 50 years of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.
Churchie student Harley Fox has achieved a long-held dream to captain an Australian rugby team.
Brisbane artist Caitlin Franzmann wins first prize at the churchie national emerging art prize at Griffith University’s Queensland Arts College on Friday 2 August.
With a volley of traditional cannon blasts Paul de Jersey yesterday (Tuesday, 29 July) became Queensland’s 26th Governor.
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