My name is Ning Fan and I am from Luoyang, China. I was an international student of Charles Campbell College from 2010 to 2013. Moreover, it was an honour to be an International Student Captain of Charles Campbell College in 2013. I still remember the time when I was in Charles Campbell College.
My teachers were always very patient and kind to me. I developed my skills in writing and speaking in English with their help and also enhanced the culture understanding of Australia in class. Later, I achieved a satisfactory grade in Year 12 to enter University of Adelaide for the tertiary study in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering. Now I have graduated from this course in May 2018 and I have found a job in a pharmaceutical and biotechnological company in Hangzhou, China. I plan to go back to China for the next few years. However, I will never forget the experience of studying in Adelaide.
This experience helped me to develop skills in the professional area and also abilities for problem solving. I built up the confidence to overcome challenges in my life as well. Finally, I want to say thanks to my family, teachers and friends. Their support and encouragement helps me a lot in my life. I appreciated it.
Written by Ning Fan
Emma achieved Academic Excellence in her final year of SACE gaining the highest GPA in 2017 SACE Stage 2 at Charles Campbell College. She gained the highest points in CCC for three of her subjects and was awarded the three SACE Stage 2 Subject Awards for English, Legal Studies and Research Project. Emma also was awarded the Renaissance Award. Congratulations Emma on a very successful year. Good luck with your future endeavours.
This year Holly was the lead role in the school musical Peter Pan, as well as being on stage as Wendy she also played in the band to support her peers completing SACE Assessment. She attended rehearsals for dance Tuesday after school, Wednesday after school for music, Thursday after school for Drama and on Sundays. In all these rehearsals she regularly mentors peers. She choreographs dances which she teaches to the other students R-12 and sometimes leads Drama and Music rehearsals. Holly planned and ran several auditions for the Junior school students to be involved in Peter Pan. In Drama she has lead roles and in terms of work ethics and behaviour she consistently leads by example.
Holly is always early to set up and late to pack up. She lends a hand to younger students wherever required and has been a key part of school community events at the Fringe and Elder Hall shows.
Abigail is a key member in a range of school and local events that provide great benefit to the community and young people. She is a part of the Campbelltown Council Youth Advisory Committee organising events for young people such as Movies in the Park and Imagination Nation. At school she is a member of the student driven school magazine (The Ramble) and helped organise other key school events such as R U OK day. Abigail is an International Buddy for students new to Charles Campbell College. Abigail always volunteers to help out when an opportunity arises and her passion for her local school and community are easy to see in all that she does.
Lachlan is in the training squad for the Australian Blind Cricket Team. He has volunteered to conduct cricket coaching sessions at SA School for Vision Impaired on behalf of the SA Cricket Association. He has proved to be a an extremely popular role model for students with Vision Impairments and their parents.
At Charles Campbell College, Lachlan has assisted the music department by giving on-on-one guitar lessons with students from the Junior Years.