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From The High Seas To The High Cs

Commander Phillip Anderson OAM, previous Director of Music of the Royal Australian Navy, switched his fatigues for flutes, in his role of Guest Conductor for the Redlands Senior Music Festival. Commander Anderson has been working alongside Redlands Coordinator of Music, Mr Darren Kuilenburg and 150 Redlands performers, to prepare for… Read More

Yale Comes To Redlands

Redlands students with global ambitions had a rare chance to meet with of one of the world’s top universities, as the Associate Director of Admissions at Yale University visited on Tuesday morning. Ms Debra Johns met with around 70 students in Years 10-12 to give them some insight into the… Read More

Bright Lights, Big Dreams at Gala Arts

They say there is no business like show business, and that was the business of choice last Friday night for more than 70 Redlands students as they hit the stage in the annual Redlands Gala Arts Festival. A staple of the school since the 1990s, Redlands Gala Arts brought together… Read More

Redlands Community Commemorates Anzac Day

Early on Wednesday morning, all of Redlands 16-year-old boys stood before the NSW Governor to be told that if they were born 100 years beforehand, they could have found themselves at Gallipoli.  It was a poignant, meaningful and relevant message that resonated strongly with Redlands students and teachers alike. Redlands… Read More

An Olivia Twist On Oliver

Redlands Year 7 student, Olivia Donoghue, will be bringing a bit of 1840s London to Chatswood at the end of this week, taking the title role in the School’s 2016 musical: Oliver!. The annual School Musical is one of the most anticipated events on the Redlands school calendar, with a… Read More

2016 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize Winners Announced

Highly respected Tasmanian artist Pat Brassington and talented emerging Sydney artist Jack Lanagan Dunbar have won the Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize 2016. Celebrating its 20th year, the Prize is among Australia’s best-known art awards, spanning all mediums and offering a total of $36,000 in prize money. The judges for… Read More

Stem-Tastic Excitement For Redlands Junior Students

STEM is never far from the minds, boards or laptops of the Redlands community, but on Friday 11 March it went to the next level, with Year 5 and 6 girls devoting a whole day to it. Girls4Tech™, a signature STEM program developed by MasterCard®, is a hands-on, inquiry based… Read More

USA College Fair Comes to Redlands

500 students and parents from across NSW came to Redlands on Thursday 10 March to see whether their dream of a true ‘college experience’ could come true. Twenty-two American colleges sent admissions officers and alumni to the school for the event, to answer questions and help students and parents learn… Read More

Exceptional Results for Redlands IB Students

Redlands large cohort of 61 IB students achieved exceptional results in the 2015 International Baccalaureate exams with 25% achieving an ATAR of 98 or more.   Top performing student Olivia Thompson achieved a perfect IB score of 45 out of 45, equivalent to an ATAR of 99.95 and Tamae Ishikawa achieved… Read More