Students are also encouraged to use the web portal to register for examinations once the corresponding payments have been made at the bank. The forms must be accompanied by the correct examination fee for each subject to be written.
Avondale's school show is up for the Showdown Awards! Register your vote for the People's Choice Awards here! Catch Me If You Can! Catch Me If You Can As the curtain fell on closing night on Friday, more than student performers and crew took a well-earned bow! Ms Jennings ChoreographerMr Stenbo Musical Director and especially the Show Director, Mrs Norton, who did such a fantastic job in pulling it all together and, together, created an extremely memorable show for !
Avondale College is proud to present our show for Based on the hit film and the incredible true story, 'Catch Me If You Can' is a high-flying musical comedy about chasing your dreams and not getting caught. Seeking fame and fortune, precocious teenager, Frank Abignale Jr played by Joshua Parker runs away from home to begin an unforgettable adventure.
With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination and millions of dollars in forged cheques, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer — living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams. Catch Me If You Can is a big and bright spectacle with high-energy dance numbers and a riveting story.
See it at the Avondale College theatre from 17 to 21 September. Doors sales cash only available 30 minutes before the show starts. Avondale College students claim five top-ten places at Microsoft World Champs! Yesterday the College celebrated the success of Year 11 student Tristan Mona at assemblies - today the celebration continues with the announcement that four of his team mates have been recognised as achieving top-ten status in their respective competitions.
Students entered to prove their superior skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, culminating the most popular technology skills competition on Microsoft Office and the only one endorsed by Microsoft since its inception in To enter the competition, students aged 13 to 22 took a qualifying Microsoft Office Specialist MOS certification exam to demonstrate their mastery of Microsoft Office products.
Regional competitions were held worldwide and student finalists from 52 countries competed in the final round of competition in Orlando, Florida, USA from July 29 — August 1, Tristan crowned World Champion! Avondale College's Tristan Mona has risen to the very top of overcompetitors worldwide to gain first place in the PowerPoint category of the Certiport Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship!
It's an amazing achievement for the Year 11 student, who says the moment when his name was announced from front of the award ceremony at the USA finals was "unreal! It's no small achievement - overcompetitors entered the competition worldwide in the six Microsoft Office applications - and of these, national champions made it to the finals held in the USA from 29 July to 1 August.
To win the competition, Tristan was faced with a 50 minute exam where he had to use all of his expert skills to recreate a series of slides, complete with transitions, animations and media. It was a challenging test, and Tristan left the room knowing he hadn't managed to fully complete the assignment, but hoping his submission was enough to make the months of training in the lead up to the competition worth it.
Tristan says he is now encouraged to make the most of all the remaining opportunities offered by Avondale's Innovation Programme. He currently holds 22 internationally recognised industry certfications in Microsoft Office, Adobe, IC3 and moreand is looking at furthering these qualifications as well as competing in the Microsoft Office Specialist Championship next year - in a different application!
Open Evening - Wed 1 August pm Prospective students and their families are warmly invited to attend our Open Evening! Come to our main Atrium building Victor Street entranceto join a guided tour.
The night began with a set by our Jazz Academy, which has grown this year to a full big band under the direction of Mr Robinson. Next up was the inaugural performance by our newly formed Gospel Choir, who gave an energetic rendition of a traditional Zulu song, Humba Nathi, and gospel classic: This Little Light of Mine.
Well done to all the performers who gave the audience such a superb evening's entertainment, and to the Avondale College Music Department staff and itinerant tutors who put in so many hours behind the scenes rehearsing and honing the performance skills of our talented students.
Wednesday 4 July in the B13 studio, pm. The concert showcased the breadth of musical opportunity available at the College, and the sheer number of students who stepped onto the stage clearly demonstrated how the programme has grown in strength in recent years.
Some students in the Taikaka Orchestra performed for the very first time after having begun learning instruments this year through our itinerant music programme.
Others were highly experienced and accomplished musicians, such as the Premier String Ensemble who gave a dazzling performance, led by student Emily Kamimura and tutored by Mr David Snelling. One of the highlights of the concert was the Avondale College Symphony Orchestra's inaugural performance of a very special piece of music, Hush Be Still, written by former student Kirsten Strom.The UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.
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To receive a passing ZIMSEC "O" level GCE certificate, a student needs to have passed at least five subjects including English language with a mark of "C" or better.
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