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Introducing 32records; own new music label

We are excited to announce the launch of our very own music label 32records! 32records is a vehicle by which Immanuel students can promote their own original music. We believe that original music has an essential role to play in expressing the knowledge, experiences and emotions of a community. Visit www.32records.com.au today, turn up the volume & enjoy some amazing original music by our students with more to come.

Immanuel becomes a Centre for Educational Enterprise School

As part of our commitment to innovate in education and foster entrepreneurship in our students, we are proud to partner with the Centre for Educational Enterprise (CEE); a space for enterprising schools to learn and share ideas, research & innovations. This new partnership builds on our initiatives to prepare young people with transferable enterprising skills that will be essential to navigate the rapidly changing work environment.

Immanuel at Generations in Jazz 2019

Generations in Jazz 2019 is being heralded as one of the best musical experiences for more than 5200 jazz students representing schools from across the nation, and this year overseas. The fruits of everyone’s hard work was celebrated when Vocal Jazz Gold placed 2nd in Division 3, Vocal Jazz Blue placed 3rd in Division 2, Big Band One placed 4th in Division Two and Big Band Two earnt 9th place in Division 4. The celebrations continued when the baritone saxophone position for the Superband in Division 4 was awarded to Dhanan! Congratulations to each and every member of the 2019 GIJ tour as they not only represented our school well but we can all be really proud of the fine young musicians they are.

Students partner with AusOcean to collect ocean data

Immanuel is excited to be part of Network Blue; a groundbreaking project to improve our knowledge of the health of our oceans in partnership with AusOcean, led by former Chief Google Engineer in Australia, Alan Noble. A team of 30 Immanuel students have built and trialed a low cost floating device to collect ocean data, enabling fast free access to data for scientific research. Network Blue will be rolled out to other schools, with the help of our students, with the aim of establishing a global network of schools engaged in ocean research. Our students have been involved in every aspect of the project including combining not only STEM, but also outdoor education, community engagement, entrepreneurship and more. This is a pretty special opportunity that we are proud to be part of. More information at www.ausocean.org/projects/networkblue

Twin School Captains

It's officially a first! We have twins as School Captains! Lily and Toby Mackereth were inducted as School Captains this morning at our Opening Service in front of two very proud parents. So how does it feel to have your twin as co-captain? They say that as twins, they are 'built in' best friends and how special it is to be able to share the experience with your bestie! They are excited about the year ahead and working alongside a fantastic Year 12 Prefect team.


We are incredibly proud of our 2018 Year 12's! The SACE results have reflected the hard work they have put into their schooling. Congratulations to George Savvoudis who is Dux of the College for 2018 with an ATAR of 99.8. We also congratulate Kristen Holden, Zali De Pizzol and Shae Partington who achieved an ATAR of above 99. 61 A+ grades were awarded to 46 of our students across 22 different subjects & 24 of the A+ grades were A+ with merit, demonstrating exceptional achievement. We commend the Class of 2018 on their results & wish them well for the future.


Welcome back to all our students for 2019, especially students new to Immanuel College this year. 2019 is going to be great!


Billed as 'not your average fairytale', our Drama production Snow Whaaattt?, set in the Kingdom of NovarGardenville, was true to its word on opening night. Hilarious and energetic with a feel-good vibe, this light-hearted satire of an age-old fairy tale, draws attention to serious issues of materialism, vanity, abuse of power and greed with stellar performances from our amazing students. Congratulations to all involved in this year's production.


The results are in.....Paterson Shield winners for 2018 are.....JEFFCOTT. Go the Jags! Pictured are the Senior School House Captains being presented with the Shield by one of the original architects of the Paterson Shield system, Mrs Margaret Ames. House is a huge part of Immanuel life. The Paterson Shield is presented each year to the House that earns the most points. Points are earned by participation in many areas of school life including academics, sport, service, public speaking to name a few.


What a special night! At the Year 12 Valedictory Service at the Adelaide Town Hall last night, we honoured the Class of 2018. Our Valedictory Speaker entrepreneur Crispian Fielke (1995), delivered an inspiring address to our students, emphasizing importance of good interpersonal relationships in life. We loved his '2019 Starter Pack' with advice on the 'basics of life' which included among other things: "Travel. Listen. Ring your parents at least once/week. Write down your dreams & have a crack at them. Drink water. Be open to love"! And there was barely a dry eye in the house when Zali De Pizzol and Maxwell Lambert gave their moving final speeches as School Captains. As we farewell our Year 12s for the final time this morning, we wish them all the best for exams and moderation in the weeks to come, and every happiness and success as they embark on the next chapter of their lives. #plusultra