Where are our Alumni ? Latest updates
The Caboolture Montessori School is always on the look-out for news and stories to share from our Alumni. We welcome opportunities to showcase the history of Montessori students once they leave the protective nest of CMS. We love to relate to our new parents and friends real-world stories of the benefits and advantages of Montessori education for our youth. So, if you’re an alumni student, please get in touch to let us know how you are going. Here’s a few stories and updates…..
2022 – Drew Masters (Alumnus 2020)
Drew was a student of 2020 and left CMS to become a high-school student at Caboolture’s St. Columban’s College. Now at aged 14 and in Year 8, Drew is not only enjoying life in high school but is also a Winger in the school Rugby Union team. Drew also spends his time as an Assistant Patrol Leader in the local Scouts Club. To add to this, Drew is just about to make his life busier as he has been accepted to work part-time at the local McDonald’s. Thank you to Drew and Mum Dez for dropping in to see us.
2022 – William Spry (Alumnus 2016)
Images here are from William Spry’s final year speech at CMS in 2016, and of a first official speech as 2022 Grace Lutheran Caboolture College School Captain. Awards: – First In Subject – Industrial Tech Skills, – Bronze Service Award. William also received awards in 2017 for the highest grade in the subject of Technologies, and additionally a fundraising award.
2021 – Steele Gilliland (Alumnus 2013)
Steele Gilliland is now 21 years old and managing 10,000 acres at Mundubbera (North Burnett). We are so proud of Steele and were overjoyed with his visit in June 2021!
2020 – Sari Conti (Alumna 2016)
A Caboolture Montessori School Alumna of the class of 2016, Sari has received Dux of her year in 2017 at Grace Lutheran College.
2018 – Emma Smith (Alumna 2015)
A very special note from one of Caboolture Montessori School’s past students telling us in her own words how her background in Montessori supports her in any situation.
“I am currently in grade 8 at Caboolture State High School and I am really enjoying it. When I finish high school I would like to study to be a high school teacher and teach HPE and Home Economics. My motivating factor in my life is my friends, family and teachers who are always there when I need them. My Montessori experience provided me with the confidence to speak up in any situation. At CMS I also formed strong friendships that will last forever.
I am on the girls’ soccer team and play every week against other schools.’
Daniel Hutchinson (Alumnus 2013)
Having left CMS in 2013, Daniel has proudly let us know that he received a Senior Vocational Access Program certificate of achievement in active volunteering. This includes working with diverse people, effective volunteering, workplace health and safety, communication, food safety practice, first aid, RSA, RGS and social development. Well done Daniel!