Hosted by the University of Melbourne
• Learn from a NASA astronaut, NASA leaders and expert scientists to
launch your ideas into space!
• Work in groups to develop a science experiment to be tested in micro-gravity
• The winning team will have their project launched and tested by astronauts
aboard the International Space Station!
• Learn about a range of exciting STEM career paths
• Develop leadership, teamwork, problem solving and public speaking skills
• Meet like-minded friends and mentors
• A full 5 day program at the University of Melbourne


TKIS Presents The Wizard of OZ 

It was magnificent! And looked like a lot of fun. A HUGE thank you to Lynda Allen.

Did you get to see the Wizard of OZ?

Thank you to Lynda Allen, the cast and the amazing crew that helped make this happen.

Well done to Lynda Allen and her team.

Director / Executive Producer: Lynda Allen
Director’s Assistants: Jo Treanor, Georgie Garner, Julie Daniells, Robyn Mumberson, Sandi McNamara, & Jen Ling
Sets and Props: Robert Wallace, Robyn Mumberson, Jo Treanor, Kelly Woo, Kate Rider, Caitlyn Wagner
Stage Managers: Robyn Mumberson, Farris Luo, Jai Bryant & David Poppa
Choreography: Lynda Allen, Georgie Garner, Rain Szczur, Sean Kim & Rachel Lee
Orchestra: Catherine Stringer, Pauline Hong, Chelsea Lin, Wan Nivatongs, Max Davies, Kim Wang, James Zhang & Eve Simner
Lights, Sound & Effects: Paul Szczur, Jen Ling, Leo Halford-Molinaro, Bridgette Davies, Yilin Li, Bradley Beaton & Daniel Gower-Hall
Backstage: Stella Bowcott, Olivia Exell, Simar Aujla, Sanjiev Meetinay, Jen He, Crystal Li, Rosie Song, Lily Yuan, Diana Li & Linda Liu
Hair and Make-up: Georgie Garner, Georgia Fletcher, Eve Simner, Mia Judd, Anastasia Minter, Tiffany Lamb, Emily Grattan, Anna Zheng, Olivia Crocker, Anika Edmonds, Mayrion Ngu, Jaimie Ryan, & Ania Mazur
Costumes: Jo Treanor, Jenny Treanor & Sandi McNamara as well as the cast
Photography: Sandi McNamara
Music & Staging: Paul Szczur, Jo Treanor & Jen Ling
Front of House: Aliyah Laffan & Montana Daniells
Master of Ceremonies: Eve Simner

Would you like …

To understand your teen?

Help with managing their emotions?

Help in preventing behaviour problems?

Help your teen to deal with conflict?

You are not ALONE!!

Tuning into teens is a FREE five-week evidence based Emotion Coaching program developed through the Melbourne University’s Mindful Centre that aims to give you helpful ways of teaching your teen the skills of life.

Starts Wednesday 22 May 2019
IB Centre at The Kilmore International School

Please call reception to book a seat ph: 5782 2211

Out of 15 applicants 2 of our students were chosen by a panel to represent TKIS at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne.  TKIS was the only school to have 2 students chosen, with one of our students, Mansimer, carrying the torch on Legacy Day.

The Shrine of Remembrance Young Ambassador program provides an opportunity for young people currently in year 8 and 9 to participate in programs and commemorative events at the Shrine.

The Young Ambassadors key role is to act as leaders and representatives of future generations at the Shrine. They encourage their peers and other young people in their communities to gain a greater understanding of the importance of remembering and honouring Australia’s service community and military history. Young Ambassadors are appointed for a twelve month period from December each year.

We are so proud of our students, Manismer and Macklin, for proudly representing our school and your involvement in the Young Ambassadors Legacy Commemoration.

A KILMORE International student with a passion for geography has been selected to represent Australia at the 2017 International Geography Olympiad (iGeo) in Belgrade, Serbia.

Sugarloaf Creek resident and Year 12 student, Madeleine Lezon was chosen following her outstanding performance in Geography’s Big Week Out at North Stradbroke Island, Queensland last December.

The Geography Big Week Out is an intensive six-day residential program with challenging geographical activities, which focuses on fieldwork, spatial technologies and analytical skills.

Madeleine was one of 16 students selected to attend from more than 66,000 students who participated in the annual Geography Competition.

Madeleine and the rest of the Australian team, Christian Flynn from Canberra Grammar, Teale Lyon from St Mary’s Anglican Girls School in Perth and Isaac Tennant from St Peter’s College in Adelaide, will compete at the International Geography Olympiad from August 2 to 8, 2017.

The iGeo competition is a highly contested one-week challenge for the best 16 to 19-year-old geography students from all over the world.

The olympiad is an excellent opportunity to showcase the geographical skills and understandings of a country’s geography students, as well as a reward for student excellence.

All the costs of participating in the competitions are covered by the organisers, Australian Geography Teachers Association and the Royal Geographical Society of Queensland, as well as competition supporters. Currently undertaking the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, Madeleine said the whole process is very exciting.

“I was not expecting it at all. I was very surprised when I got the email a month and a half ago saying I had been selected,” Madeleine said.

“I was very excited; I wasn’t expecting it all. There were 16 people and they were all very outgoing. I’m still excited; I’ve never been to Europe before.”

Madeleine is looking forward to travelling abroad and challenging herself while getting the opportunity to make connections with students from all over the world.

“I should hopefully get a seven for geography (for the IB). It will be great learning new skills and meeting new people,” Madeleine said explained the benefits of the trip on her future.

“I also hear it’s a good thing on your university resume, to have completed in an olympiad. I want to work in development and human rights so this is a great experience for me.”

Australian Geography Competition coordinator, Bernard Fitzpatrick said that the Australian and international competitions help enthuse students about geography as it’s important that young people want to study the subject.

“The structured way of understanding the world that geography gives us is vital if we are to develop innovative responses to issues such as climate change, food security, land degradation or population shifts, as well as contribute to economic development,” Mr Fitzpatrick said.

Madeleine thanked her family and The Kilmore International School, including teachers Mr Osborne, Mr Pharoah and Ms Santarossa for their support.

TKIS enters the graduation season. On 24th November, TKIS held the Graduation Ceremony for Class of 2016 at Park Hyatt Melbourne. We are glad to welcome parents and guests from Melbourne, Victoria and overseas to share and witness the beginning of a new chapter for all students in Class of 2016.

The Year 11s and study camp students all turned up at school bright and early on the 19th of September. Ready to pack our things on the bus and head to Howqua for our CAS camp, when we arrived we were welcomed by the friendly camp staff.