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2015 Creative Spectacular - 09 October 2015

Lourdes Hill College is exceptionally proud of our Year 10 students, and the innovation, inspiration, compassion and leadership they display in the annual Creative Spectacular.


On Tuesday 15 September, the 2015 Year 10 students took to the stage in the fourth year of the Creative Spectacular. This special project gives Year 10 students a unique opportunity to work within House groups to explore an issue of social or world-wide significance, suggest solutions, communicate ideas artistically and dramatically, problem-solve, work as a team and finally perform for the College community.


This year’s theme was World-makers of Tomorrow. Each House performance provided a positive message of hope for the future, as seen through the eyes of these wonderful young women.


Each House group was asked to demonstrate how their House value could make the world a better place. This mission resonated through the performances, and really struck home with the LHC community, demonstrating that Catholic values are indeed neither lost nor irrelevant in today’s world.


LHC staff member, Mary Clarke, was mesmerised by the presentations. She concluded that the evening proved a real gift to the parent body and supporting students and friends.


“The values acted out were up to the minute interpretations of age old truths and wisdom from Scripture with witty dialogue and visuals that stimulated and entertained.


“I loved the inclusivity of the performances…Lots of laughter, simple colourful props that speak to the stewardship value and clever dance wowed an audience that willed the girls to exceed their expectations.” Mrs Clarke said.


Congratulations to the 2015 Year 10 cohort on a wonderful evening and a highly successful project. Special mention must go to Beck House, winners of best performance, and Cullen, winners of the Creative Spirit award, but we are proud of every one of our spectacular young ladies.


Charlene McMenamin
Arts Faculty Coordinator