At Carey, we celebrate our students’ success in all facets of life. Developing the whole student involves not only encouraging academic efforts, but supporting and celebrating achievements of creativity, innovation, aspiration, community, curiosity, and courage.
Principal Philip Grutzner spoke to oppose any legislation that discriminates against students or staff on the basis of their gender identity or sexual orientation.
With his strong desire to create positive social change across the globe, Nic has spent his career helping to establish and develop some of the largest and most influential organisations.
Research shows that LGBTI students with supportive educators and friends who understand their sexuality or gender identity feel safer at school, skip fewer classes, and earn higher grades than students without such support and acknowledgment. At Carey we embrace difference and celebrate our diversity, helping our community to become stronger and, ultimately, more resilient.
We value values. A Carey education means more than just a score on a piece of paper at the end of Year 12, enjoyment of some of the best facilities in Australia, exposure to committed and highly competent staff or access to a professional network long after leaving the school gates at the end of Year 12.
Last month Carey was presented the prestigious Best Student Wellbeing Program at the 2018 Australian Education Awards. These inaugural awards attracted entries from schools across Australia, and Carey made the finals in two categories: wellbeing; and Innovation in Learning Design.
There were plenty of Harry Potters, Hermiones, Matildas and Terry Dentons walking around the Junior School for the 2018 Book Week theme of ‘Finding Your Treasure’. The dress up day is always highly anticipated with everyone having a lot of fun sharing their favourite book characters.
A group of Year 9s and Year 8s learnt about the Holocaust and the experiences that some individuals faced living at this time. Abby Dickson tells us about visiting the Holocaust museum as part of the Year 8 Human Rights Convention.
Ten works from Carey Art and Design stuudents have been included in the Independent Schools Victoria (ISV) Student Art Exhibition. This exhibition is showcasing the best of Art and Design from select independent schools from around Victoria.