Catholic Education South Australia


Students Pay Visit to Local Businesses

Students recently visited Sue at the Penola Lolly Shop to work on their skills of money handling, budgeting, paying for their items and managing their change. Students have been visiting local busines...

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Year 8/9 Knockout Cricket Team Claim Runners-Up

Our talented Year 8/9 Boy Cricketers have claimed second place in the Year 8/9 Boys Knockout Cricket Competition! The competition was held on Monday 23 November at the Bordertown Oval. With the sun s...


College Welcomes 2021 Receptions for Orientation

On Monday 23 and Tuesday 24November our College was full of new faces as we welcomed our 2021 Reception students for their orientation visit! We look forward to welcoming them as part of our College c...


Year 8 Student Selected for State Cricket Team

Congratulations to Year 8 Student Jared Kuhl for being selected in the South Australian U/15 State Cricket team that will play in the National carnival in early 2021. Jared has been travelling regular...


Outdoor Ed Students Revel in Surf & Sun

Our Year 10 Stage 1 Outdoor Education students recently travelled to Robe for their final camp experience, where they participated in a 2-day canoe and 1-day surf experience. The camp marked the compl...

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Year 11 Students Secure Apprenticeships

Congratulations to Year 11 student Angus Domaschenz in securing a 'Certificate III in Engineering - Metal Fabricator/Boilermaker' apprenticeship with DMK Engineering. Angus approached DMK Engi...


Tremendous Tennis Effort in State Final

Last week, Year 8/9 girls tennis players, Jorja Mitchell, Jess Stutley, Emily Jolley and Aleisha Pearson competed in the Tennis State Finals in Adelaide. The girls finished third behind two schools wi...

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Nine Year Winning Streak in State Basketball!

The Tenison Woods College Year 8/9 Girls Basketball Team became State Champions on Wednesday 11 November, winning a nail biter final against Henley High School in Adelaide. The win marks a nine year w...

Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.