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Celebrating the sporting achievements of 2017


The Sports Awards Evening was held on Wednesday 1 November. The exciting evening ran very smoothly, providing everyone involved with lots of fun and entertainment.

Volleyball Queensland Senior Schools Cup


Three Ormiston College Volleyball teams recently competed at the Volleyball Queensland Senior Schools Cup.

OC students gymnasts for a day


The youngest of our OC students made their way down to the YMCA at Victoria Point for a fun filled gymtastic excursion!

Jules de Courtenay realises a dream


Ormiston College is delighted to have recently received an update regarding a past student who is achieving his goals and aspirations in elite competition.

OC Rugby shines bright on Pink Day


The annual Pink Day fixture has become an anticipated OC Rugby tradition. This year marks the seventh year the First XV team have donned pink jerseys in support of fundraising for breast cancer research and awareness programs.

TAS Swimming Carnival


On Wednesday 22 March, some of our best swimmers took to the pool at Chandler for the TAS Swimming Carnival.

Acknowledging outstanding sporting achievements


The College considers sport as one of the most essential parts of a well-rounded education and always looks forward to the annual Sports Awards evening, when students, parents and staff can come together to celebrate the achievements that have taken place over three trimesters of sport

OC achieves Overall Champion School status


Ormiston College has always been a very competitive school within the TAS competition. In 2013, the College proudly became the TAS Champion School for the very first time. From then on, the strong desire to hold on to the title has been uppermost in the minds of all teams.

Ormiston College A wins TAS Middle School Girls Football Competition


History was created on Saturday 15 October when Ormiston College A won the TAS Middle School Girls Football Competition for the first time

Our own world class sailor is the youngest in an all-female team


​Sailing in the Hobie 16 World Championships in the idyllic location of Dapeng in Southern China, our own world class sailor, Haylie Andrews (Year 12), with sailing friend Millie MacFarlane, finished fourth in the Women’s division of the 2016, 21st World Championships. A truly outstanding feat for the youngest all-female team in the Regatta which attracted the world’s top Hobie 16 sailors.

Interhouse Swimming Carnival


The 2015 Interhouse Swimming Carnival was held on Monday 30 November. The joy and enthusiasm seen on the faces of the students was a highlight of the year for many staff and parents.

OC Ironman Champion


​On 14 and 15 November Ryan Heisig (Year 5) competed in the Gold Coast City Titles Surf Lifesaving Championships and successfully defended his Under 12s title for Team Boards.

Ormiston College Sports Night of Nights


​The annual Ormiston College Sports Awards Night was held in the Lingo Lin Performing Arts Theatre on Wednesday 28 October. This night is a celebration of all Ormiston College sport played in 2015.

​Matthew to tour South Africa representing Australia


​Matthew Smallwood (Year 11), made his first hockey team as a 14 year old and has continues to progress.

​Surprise for Bailey at the end of the Australian National Thailand Tour


Selection to the Australian Junior Development Team came to Bailey Jones (Year 12) after her trial at the Australian Volleyball Camp in Melbourne.

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