Crafty Minds

Fairholme students, Laura and Sarah Craft have become the Junior and Under 15 National Champions, respectively, in the Australian Gravity Enduro Mountain Biking competition. We're not talking about a casual pedal down a dirt path or fire road here, more like a flying down the steepest, rockiest, dustiest Adelaide track you can find, type of pedal. It's fast, furious and lacking females. Laura and Sarah's call out to the girls, here: Read more ›

Diamond Of Them All

Fairholme Maths Teacher, Katrina Gierke, has been awarded the Darling Downs Service award for Queensland Secondary Schools Sport, following many years of dedication and commitment to school sport, particularly in relation to her favourite sport, softball. The story behind her love of sport, here: Read more ›

A Fairholme Story

Claudia Gordon will leave Fairholme this week no longer a shy and reserved school girl. Instead she will return to Cambodia as a confident young woman, ready to give back to the people who inspired her on the Fairholme Service trip a little over 12 months ago. Read more ›

Once A Fairholme Girl…

Fairholme Old Girl, Amanda Thurbin (1989) has thrown her support behind the second annual Mothers' Long Lunch, in support of families who have been affected by a medical diagnosis or tragedy. Amanda, the owner of Toowoomba's Laser Clinics Australia, says her support comes from the heart. Read more ›

A Fairholme Story

Georgia Bragg might be leaving the Fairholme Boarding House forever next week, but she'll take the memories she's made with her all the way to the UK when she begins her Gap Year in an Oxford Boarding House. Georgia's Fairholme journey here… Read more ›

Presenting Fairholme

Fairholme Old Girl, Sara Al-Bostanji (Head Girl 2010) returned as Guest Speaker at Presenting Fairholme. Sara shared this inspirational speech with students, staff and families. Read more ›