A SCAS Dance Company Event showcasing the works of our Secondary Dance students.
Hosted by the Friends of Music, the evening will feature performances by our outstanding HSC Soloists, Year 11 Music students & small ensembles. We are excited to host the evening in 'The Iona' Performing Arts Centre and for guests to view the new facilities.
St Columba Anglican School (SCAS) will be conducting a Holiday Football Skill Development Program in the upcoming holidays. The program is designed for players of all abilities who wish to improve and learn new skills. This program is available for community members outside SCAS. Dates: ...
Join us for performances by the SCAS Primary Co-curricular Ensembles, including the Infants' Choir, Primary Choir, Years 6-8 Concert Band, Concert Band Techniques, String Orchestra, Primary String Ensemble, Guitar Club, Primary Drama Ensemble and all Year 3 String Classes and Year 5 Band ...
SCAS Year 9 Drama present two one act Gothic plays in the SCAS Chapel.
Is reading a chore in your house? Ever wondered how you could help your child with reading? Come to discover how you can make reading fun at home. We will cover a variety of ages and abilities.
An evening of beautiful music in the historic St Thomas Church, featuring Man Shed, Iintombi Zicula, Chamber Choir, Da Camera and selected soloists.
Parents of children of all ages across the Mid North Coast can learn from Internet Safety expert, Brett Lee, on how to create a safe yet productive internet environment within the home, for the whole family. Establish technology guidelines while sustaining the fun each family member enjo ...
The SCAS Year 9 2018 (Stage 5) Subject Selection Evening will be held in the Iona Centre. The evening will cover an outline of the curriculum for Year 9 and Year 10, including a brief overview of the requirements for English and Mathematics and an insight into possible elective choices. ...
SCAS parents are invited to attend the opening address of the Google STEM conference by Alecia Rathbone, Deputy CEO of the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA), on the New Work Order. FYA’s latest report The New Work Smarts has analysed over 20 billion hours of work completed by 12 mil ...