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The personal narratives of ANZAC
News Items - Thu 4 September 2014
The personal narratives of ANZAC
Sword and medals belonging to William Willis In many respects, the Prest Quadrangle at the Glen Waverley campus is the furthest place imaginable from the horror of World War One battlefields where...
APS premiership teams
News Items - Thu 7 August 2014
APS premiership teams
Wesley College is delighted to congratulate the members of our new APS premiership teams.The Girls’ Cross Country, Basketball and Hockey teams all excelled throughout the winter sport season and have...
Global health advocacy workshop
News Items - Tue 27 May 2014
Global health advocacy workshop
On 2 and 3 May, three senior students from Wesley’s Glen Waverley campus accepted a special invitation from Allesandro and Giuseppe Demaio (both former Wesley students) to participate in a global...
Curtis Good's soccer dream a reality
News Items - Thu 15 May 2014
Curtis Good's soccer dream a reality
Congratulations: Curtis Good was recently named in the 30 man Socceroos squad for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the College congratulates Curtis on this great achievement. However, our thoughts are...
New President of the Wesley College Council
News Items - Wed 2 April 2014
New President of the Wesley College Council
Following the Annual General Meeting of the Wesley College Council held on 26 March 2014, the Wesley College Council is pleased to announce several key leadership retirements and appointments passed...
Olympic skier
News Items - Tue 11 February 2014
Olympic skier
Wesley College is delighted that Katya Crema (OW2006) has been chosen to represent Australia at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Katya is competing in her second Olympics in the Ski Cross Women's...
War years
News Items - Wed 13 November 2013
War years
In 1942 Wesley College was commandeered by the Australian Army, and within a few weeks Wesley was told to find a new home. Where would we go? Would we survive or would the school just have to shut...