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We have a proud and successful history of achievement in a range of extra-curricular and inter-school academic competitions. These include:
Debating and Public Speaking: inter-year and inter-school debating and public speaking competitions available to all students.
Science and Engineering Challenge: An opportunity for students to put their scientific inquiry skills to the test in an inter-school challenge.
Physics Olympiad: Year 11 students compete in an inter-school Olympiad, showcasing their burgeoning skills as physicists of the future.
MUNA (Model United Nations Assembly)
Students work together in teams to represent countries around the world as they debate on issues of global significance such as gender equality, intelligence gathering, border control, the effectiveness of the UN, globalisation and many more. This is an inter-school competition where students can showcase their global awareness, critical thinking, team-work and public speaking.
Duke of Edinburgh
Students have the opportunity to participate in a multi-displinary award challenge alongside their peers, incorporating physical challenges, volunteering, practising vocational, creative, communicative and community campaigning skills and culminating in an adventurous camping journey. Students can achieve the Bronze, Silver or Gold award depending on their level of involvement.
Gosford High School Media Team: Students can elect to participate in the GHS Media team, who work collaboratively to create and collate multimedia content of school life, events and community.
Global Awareness Group: The Global Awareness Group is a lunch-time meet-up for students interested in discussing world events, politics, activism and civic engagement.
The ICAS competitions facilitated by University of New South Wales across Key Learning Areas: English, Mathematics, Science, Computer Science
Gosford NSW 2250
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We would like to pay our respects to the Darkinjung people and acknowledge them as the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.
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