School Life - Year 12 Celebrations Day 2018

Last Tuesday was a significant day in the Cobram Anglican Grammar School calendar. After 13 years of schooling, the Year 12 students farewelled the school in style.

Staff and students were welcomed to the day by the Year 12s, dressed in their best camouflage gear, signifying the ‘battle of VCE’ was coming to an end. After some refreshing soakings, the Senior School students were set the challenge of taking on an obstacle course to make it to Homerooms through the ‘trenches’.

For their final assembly, the Year 12s entertained the school as they were marched into the assembly under the orders of ‘Drill Sergeant O’Dwyer’. The students offered sincere “thank you’s” to their teachers and, as parting gift, announced a very generous donation to assist a Cobram AGS family their continued quest for medical treatment of their son. Through the efforts of the Year 12 students, over a $1000 was donated to this very worthy cause. Smiles and tears were shared as the Year 12s presented a nostalgic slide show that showed how much the students have grown over the years. The assembly finished with a warm round of applause from staff and students as the Year 12s exited the assembly for their last time. The day was a credit to the students and a memorable celebration of the Year 12s contributions to Cobram Anglican Grammar School.