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What is your Favourite Sporting Event?

Cross Country - 18.5%
Athletics Carnival - 40.7%
Swimming Carnival - 25.9%
Inter-School Sport - 14.8%

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Latest News
Construction Group Shelter PDF Print

Year 11 and 12 Construction classes have started work on expanding the bus shelter and creating a pathway for students. This shelter is being constructed to provide much needed shelter in wet conditions.

Ground work for the project has just been laid and the completion date is still unknown.

The Construction classes have also rendered and painted the cement tree planter boxes in the quad.

Moruya High School would like to thank the construction classes and Mr Gray for their hard work and the fantastic contribution that they are making to improve our school.

 
Touch Football PDF Print

On the 7th of August, two boys touch football teams travelled to Lyrebird Park, Nowra and competed in the NSW Touch years 7/8 All School Regional Qualifier. The boys 1 team placed 2nd and the boys 2 team came 5th. The girls team also were placed in  2nd. All teams played well and had a good attitude for the games. The top try scores were John Reteza for boys B, Mr Roberts said all the teams showed improvement throughout the day and some individuals really stood out for Moruya, but they were beaten by better teams. 

 
Careers Market PDF Print

Students from Moruya High School Years 9-12 visited the Careers Market held in the Moruya Basketball Stadium on Tuesday 29th July. There were stalls from numerous Universities, Colleges and TAFE, offering a range of career options available to pupils. Students were able to get a taste of what they would like to do once their high school years are up. Students could browse around the stadium and collect information about their future options, as well as talking to knowledgeable and helpful representatives from the various establishments. This market provides information to students from various schools up and down the coast. Thank you to Mrs Hogg for organising the Careers Market for the students.

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