2023 at SCC promises red-hot musicals and Roy Hill partnerships in the Pilbara

Many of us may be winding down for the year and thinking about Christmas fun, but for the staff at Swan Christian College (SCC) the plans for 2023 are already in full swing!

Disney’s ‘High School Musical’ will be performed in March 2023, with 81 students already preparing for the extravaganza. Led by Fenceline Theatre Company Director Ms Jane Hille and Head of Instrumental Music Miss Susannah Morcombe, the musical promises to be a showcase of the best of SCC’s performing talent. The SCC community had a sneak peek of the performance on Monday night at the SCC Awards Night.

Disney’s ‘High School Musical’ runs from 28 March – 1 April 2023 in the Maali Mia Theatre.

All schools are invited to attend matinee performances of the show on Wednesday, 29 March or Friday, 31 March 2023.

Tickets for ‘High School Musical’ go on sale on 1 February 2023.

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In the Swan Trade Training Centre (STTC), Mr Matt King has been busy with his staff setting up a partnership with Roy Hill () which produces iron ore and is a major resource-based operation based at the Perth Airport and in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

In 2023, SCC will partner with Roy Hill to deliver a pilot program that provides on-site work experience for selected STTC students in the Pilbara. The students have to undergo an application process involving minimum academic requirements, and a formal interview with the Roy Hill team. The students who have been selected will now go through a four-day induction and medical examination process before travelling to the Pilbara mine site, where they will gain valuable work experience at the mine sites there. A statement from the Roy Hill team highlighted the competency of the STTC students and the ongoing partnership with STTC for the future:

They all did an amazing job at the interviews! Wayne, Sage and I were so impressed with how they answered the questions and thought about their responses. Quite an achievement for 15 and 16-year-old students.”

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