Graduation Dinner-Dance 2018

Last Thursday 15th November, Middle School and College families had the opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the students in Years 7 to 12 as well as our six Year 12 students who graduated from Bold Park Community School.
The Graduation Class of 2018: Josephine Greensmith, Lachlan Gresham, Joshua Grove, Jack Heppingstone, Shahn Hughes and Tristan Sanftl. Congratulations to each of you for each of your achievements and your completion of Year 12 at Bold Park Community School.
We loved this special reflection from one of our Year 12 parents about the evening:

Thank you to you and all of the teaching team at Bold Park for allowing
Graduation night to yes definitely be an amazing night! It was such a beautiful
evening. The underlying essence of the school’s ethos was on display with all
students there on the evening freely expressing themselves. From the Year 7’s to
the Year 12’s, you could see each one was freely sitting in their true essence-
it was really beautiful to sit in that collective energy. And then came the
speeches! We cried, laughed, was inspired, inspired again and again and humbled.
Each one of the graduates were comfortable to give the speech that they wanted
to. The space was held for them by not just the staff but also from all of their
fellow students from Middle School and College. There was gratitude for each of
them, for the person that they were. It was really inspiring and we all loved
Year 12, Parent



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