The Southern Cross : July 2010
The Southern Cross July 2010 Page 17 www.adelaide.catholic.org.au schools Creative Writing at Tabor Adelaide Offering: Diploma of Creative Writing Bachelor of Arts Creative Writing Major Masters in Creative Writing. courses are offered both on campus and and via online learning. Creative Writing students may select from such subjects as: • Introduction to Creative Writing • Writing for Children • Creative Writing: Poetry • Creative Writing: Prose Fiction • Literature and the Christian Faith Enrol now for midyear entry Students may study full or part-time, or choose to complete only one of two units of special interest. FEE-HELP is available to all eligible students. For further enquiries plaease contact us on 83738777 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org 181 Goodwood Rd Millswood SA 5034 tel. 08 8373 8777 fax. 08 8373 1766 www.taboradelaide.edu.au • Script Writing for Stage and Screen • Editing and Publishing for Writers • Reading and Writing Science-Fiction • Fantasy Literature and the Christian Tradition They knew it was a big call, but a Rostrevor College jazz band became the highest ranked South Australian school band in a national competition for the third year in a row. The division one band of Rostrevor College was judged four th in the annual Generations in Jazz National Schools Bands Competition at Mt Gambier last month. They have been the first-placed South Australian-based band since 2008. The division three band, led by Mr Elias Degeorge, won second place after a 14th place last year and the intermediate band, led by Mrs Marnie Tiggemann, was highly commended in its section. Adding to the school's overall success at the national competition were Edward Koltun (Year 12) and Ben Ahern (Year 9), who were recognised as future Jazz Soloists in the Best Soloist competition and Matthew Bailey (Year 8) and Harrison Bar tley (Year 10) were awarded positions in the Division 3 Super Bands. More than 80 parents, students, friends and staf f travelled to Mt Gambier to suppor t the budding musicians in the competition. Sweet sound of success JAZZ STARS: Rostrevor College students in Mt Gambier for the recent Generations in Jazz National Schools Bands Competition. AND/OR Study the New Testament at university level --- without the burden of assignments or exams --- enrol as an AUDIT student in the Adelaide College of Divinity's ** topic Interpreting the New Testament (MINS1201) - by Dr. Trainor. Beginning Wednesday, 28th July, 5:30-8:30pm for 13 weeks (excluding 22nd & 29th Sept). AUDIT cost = $160.00 (payable at time of enrolment) Through this topic you will come to understand, appreciate, and interpret the New Testament by understanding the various writings in their historical, cultural and social context. Particular focus will be given to the kinds of communities in which the New Testament was written. Contact either: Cris Henriksson : 8416 8460 or email@example.com [General information] OR Associate Professor Stephen Downs : 8416 8468 or firstname.lastname@example.org [Academic advice] ENROLMENT Ring immediately to make an appointment ** The Adelaide College of Divinity Inc. Registered Higher Education Provider --- Provider code 90042). Adelaide College of Divinity Campus 34 Lipsett Terrace, BROOKLYN PARK SA 5032 P: 8416 8460 F: 8416 8470 E: email@example.com W: www.ctcsa.edu.au Catholic Theological College of SA Bible Lands Study Tour Rev. Dr. Michael Trainor will lead this tour [30/12/10---26/01/11] through Greece and Turkey (St. Paul's Travels) and Patmos Island (Book of Revelation). Spaces still available on this tour. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity --- contact CRIS for more information (details below). SEA OF BLUE: A mass of blue dominated the beachfront from Somerton to Seacliff when 1000 students from Sacred Heart College Senior par ticipated in the Marist Mission March. Over $10,000 was raised and will be taken by the Immersion team (a group of staff and students) who visit the Marist communities in the Philippines and India in November. It will be used for practical things such as building wells and housing and providing resources for schools. BUILT ON TRADITION: In its 112th year of Catholic education, St Anthony's Catholic Primary School has celebrated the opening of new learning and administration facilities for the 21st century learner. The new facilities were blessed by Archbishop Philip Wilson and opened by Senator Dana Wortley recently. Principal Kieren Noonan said the building project represented the most significant redevelopment under taken by St Anthony's Catholic Primary School, and was built on the foundations of a rich Mercy tradition in the Millicent community. The project was funded by a grant of $954 000 with a significant cash contribution by the school community as well as a loan from the Catholic Development Fund. Pictured right are school captains Sally Houlihan and Aidan Schultz with the plaque unveiled by Senator Dana Wortley.