From muck-up day, Prize Giving, and the Valedictory Service and Dinner to final House lunches and a Welcome to the Old Camberwell Grammarians' Association Breakfast, the cohort spent a good week marking the end of their schooling journey with Camberwell Grammar. A great period to not only acknowledge how far they had come and what they had achieved together, especially after two challenging years, but one to look back and reflect on the opportunities, friendships, and growth that had occurred over the years. 

For some, this included going back to the Pre-Prep classroom, where it all began, for others, it was revelling in how 'normal' they were fortunate to be this year with full sporting seasons, concerts and school plays, and the special Year 12 formal all being able to go ahead. 

In his Toast to the School at the Valedictory Dinner, held at Marvel Stadium, School Captain Ben Bosmans thanked the staff, saying 'To our teachers, thank you. You are the heart and soul of Camberwell Grammar and we are so appreciative of the tenacity, patience, and kindness you display on a daily basis. . .  If there is anything that Camberwell Grammar has taught me, it’s that while ambition, hard work, and success are important, a community to fall back on is just as vital. Because we fall down just as often as we rise up, and you fall down much harder without a group of people to catch you.'

As they finish their final exams in the upcoming weeks, we wish them all the best for their future endeavours and hope that they will not be strangers to the School.