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In the beginning, there was not much to see of Christ's College: "A room in the immigrants' barracks, about twelve feet square, very roughly whitewashed, with a small table and a few wooden stools, as far as I remember, for its furniture, was the first College Lecture-room. A similar room of somewhat larger dimensions was allocated for the Grammar School" wrote Henry Jacobs, Headmaster 1850-1863.

Bruce Carey - Leaving a legacy
Bruce Carey - Leaving a legacy

Senior Old Boy Bruce Carey (4841), aged 92, has kindly made provision in his will for Christ’s College – through making a bequest.

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Uddaka Wijesinghe - What College means to me
Uddaka Wijesinghe - What College means to me

Without a scholarship, Uddaka Wijesinghe would not have been able to come to College, and that is something he will never forget.

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Teddy Tahu Rhodes – What College means to me<br />
Teddy Tahu Rhodes – What College means to me

Standing on the Quad on my last day at College, I overheard [Director of Music] Bob Field-Dodgson say to my mother I could make a career out of music one day. It was just a passing comment, but it stuck with me.

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Christ's College - A History of Progress & Support
Christ's College - A History of Progress & Support

From its very inception College has enjoyed and demonstrated an enduring legacy of mutually beneficial giving and support.

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Sam Johnson; WeVisit Founder; Student 2009–13
Sam Johnson; WeVisit Founder; Student 2009–13
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Garth Wynne

“One boy at a time being inspired to change lives, communities and the world.”

Garth Wynne
Executive Principal
Life at Christ's College
Life at Christ's College
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Christ's College Rugby
Christ's College Rugby
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