We asked our faculty and students what they think about life at Waverley. Discover the conversations they've had and the articles they've written by exploring the posts below.
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Victims of the Luna Park Ghost Train tragedy are remembered on 9 June
Waverley College Old Boys talk about their involvement with the iconic Bondi Surf Bathers' Life Saving Club and lifelong friendships
For some, Waverley runs in the family. Students from four Old Boy families tell us what it's like to come from a long line of Waverlians.
Chess is one of the most powerful educational tools available to strengthen a child's mind and is a winter co-curricular option at Waverley.
Switching to an independent school in Year 5 is a growing trend. But why? Read our Director of Junior School’s top reasons.
Ms Gabrielle Smith joined us as Director of Junior School in 2018. Get to know Gabby and find out about her first two years in post.
WCCU Commanding Officer MAJ (AAC) Julie-Ann de Kantzow talks to us about the Unit's exciting new partnership with St Catherine's School.
Join us on the College's resilience journey from WWI to the present day.
We will remember them at home: a look at ANZAC Day 2020 with WCCU Commanding Officer, MAJ (AAC) Julie-Ann de Kantzow.
Read the winning pieces from the Junior School's 2020 writing competition, part of our COVID-19 online learning journey.
Something tasty was cooking in the TAS kitchen when Manu Fieldel joined us to deliver a culinary masterclass for a good cause.
OnSTAGE: in 2019, Waverley College received 8 nominations in NSW's annual HSC Drama showcase.
Literacy and Innovation Teacher Mrs Zivanovic chats to us about the vision behind the new Learning Hub.
Our Head of Geography, Mr Adam Wallington, writes for SLSA's Lifeguard magazine.