Once a “troubled kid”, Curtis Easton is turning his life around at Carinity Education Glendyne. The teenager has developed self-discipline and a passion for hard work, which he successfully applies to both school work and his sporting career. “I have continued to grow during my time at Glendyne, my grades have improved, I have developed […]
Carinity Education Glendyne students found success at the Fraser Coast Agriculture Show in Maryborough last week. Glendyne won a Highly Commended award for its stall, which displayed the produce that students grow at school including oranges, lemons, limes, bananas, mandarins, tomatoes, pumpkins and macadamias. For the first time the students’ display featured chickens that live […]
Tragically last year 59 young motorists were killed on Queensland roads, with 32 fatalities involving P-plate or learner drivers. It’s a statistic that Cindy Littlejohn wants to change. Her son Jake Dunn, 22, died after a single vehicle crash in 2015. Jake was driving to his new job when the wheel of his vehicle hit […]
by Katrina Beavan ABC These past few weeks students from all over Queensland have been celebrating the end of their school careers. But for one high school just outside of Hervey Bay, this year’s graduation is extra special. Carinity Education- Glendyne gives students who’ve had trouble in mainstream schooling a second chance. And this year […]
Smaller class sizes, a family atmosphere and a Mentoring Program are just some of the ways in which Carinity Education – Glendyne has helped to tackle the issue of bullying. Speaking during the Bulldog’s visit as part of the NRL Tackle Bullying Program, Sports Co-ordinator Robert Taylor said students respond well to hearing this message […]
We are very excited to announce the launch of our new website. We encourage you to explore the new site and find out more about who we are and what we do at Carinity Education – Glendyne.