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Year 10 Very often perceived as the most challenging year group in a secondary school, Year Ten students frequently provide teachers and administrators with any number of dilemmas to sort out, sometimes on a daily basis! Too many adults, though, forget their own earlier experience of the difficulties facing students at this stage in their lives in making the complicated transition through adolescence to adulthood . Much has to be learned, or adapted to, expectations have to be accepted and met, while responsibilities begin to weigh down on young shoulders. At CBC this year the tens have shown themselves to be an exceptionally promising group of young men. The keyword to their successes has been, perhaps, co-operation which, in itself, is one of the first steps along the road to maturity and personal fulfillment. I am confident of their ability, both as a group and individually, to continue this line of positive development during the remainder of their time here at school. I take this opportunity to thank you all for a satisfying indeed rewarding time as Yearlevel co-ordinator - an experience I will always remember fondly.

- On The Road I Have TakenOn the road I have taken, one day, walking, I awaken, amazed to see where I have come, where I'm going, where I'm from . This is not the path I thought. This is not the path I sought. This is not the dream I bought, just a fever of fate I've caught. I'll change highways in a while, at the crossroads, one more mile. My path is lit by my own fire. I'm going only where I desire. On the road I have taken , one day, walking, I awaken . One day, walking , I awaken, on the road I have taken . Anonymous

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CBC Fremantle Annual 2000  
CBC Fremantle Annual 2000