FLUFF: Did we go to school together?.......
FLUFF: Did we go to school together........
, Feb 19 2004 09:16 AM
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Posted 19 February 2004 - 09:16 AM
I was thinking about this last night (yep its official I have no life)wondering if any of us without realising went to the same school in the same year.. So I thought here are my school details to share you just never know we could have been at school together…..
1980-1982 Kinder – Grade 2 ~ Wollongong Public School (NSW)
1983-1985 Gr 3 – Gr 5 ~ Berkeley West Public School (NSW)
1985-1987 Gr 5- Gr 7 ~ Blackwater State School (Qld)
1988-1992 Gr 8 – Gr 12 ~ Blackwater State High School (Qld)
University of Southern Qld 2000 – still going………..
Just to add it took me about an hour last night while trying to get to sleep to try and remember the correct years that I was in school.
Posted 19 February 2004 - 09:27 AM
Ok I will say mine but dont hold it against me because of some of the schools I attended....LOL
1980 Serviceton Preschool
1981 Salisbury State Primary
1982-1984 Acacia Ridge State Primary
1984-1987 Camira State Primary
1988-1990 Richlands state High
1991 Oxley State High
Me(28) DP(32) DD(10) DS(7) DD(6) DD(1) M/C 03 COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN
Posted 19 February 2004 - 09:35 AM
** 1981-1985 Acacia Rigde State Primary
info I had Mrs Squire and Mrs Hicks in the years you were there.
** 1986-1987 Slacks Creek primary school
** 1988-1993 Beenleigh State High School
I repeated year 11 to try and get better scores. One cheeky monkey eating the other
This message was edited by Missbee&Sophie on Thursday, 19 February 2004 @ 10:35 AM
Posted 19 February 2004 - 09:50 AM
Have to rattle through the memory banks for this one....
1971 - 1978 - St Kevins, Dee Why, NSW
1979 - 1982 - Stella Maris, Manly, NSW
1983 - St Patricks Business College, Wynyard, NSW
DD Eliza Jade - 10/5/03
Posted 19 February 2004 - 10:32 AM
This should be interesting...
Um - I think I've got the dates right...
1994 ~ Careers Business College, Parramatta (NSW)
1989-1993 Gr 7 - Gr 11 ~ Merrylands High (NSW)
1982-1988 Kindy - Grade 6 ~ Guildford West Public (NSW)
Next....JenniDH BradDS Benjamin Connor 17/6/02DD Kayla Isabel 5/2/04
Posted 19 February 2004 - 10:48 AM
Missbee&Sophie do you have school photos at all from Acacia Ridge? We were never allowed to gte them while mum lived with us (when she left was when I left Acacia ridge) I have been trying to rack my brains for years as to some names of people I may of went to school with at Acacia Ridge and can only come up with 4 names. i was very shy and timid when I was there. Anyway if you do have some school photos If you dont mind I would love to see them to see if it brings back some memories for me. I wonder if we knew any of the same people.
Me(28) DP(32) DD(10) DS(7) DD(6) DD(1) M/C 03 COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN
Posted 19 February 2004 - 10:57 AM
Have you girls had a look at www.schoolfriends.com.au
It is really cool. It is free to join and register your name under your schools and years and you can see other people who are registered. You put a little biography of what you have been up to after school...and yo ucan read other peoples biography's.
You can pay $20/year to be a "full" member which means you can send people messages. (with standard membership you can only reply to a message that a full member has sent you)
It is cool cause schoolfriends send me an email if someone sends me a message.
Take a look...it is a lot of fun!
This message was edited by ~Danielle~ on Thursday, 19 February 2004 @ 12:04 PM
Posted 19 February 2004 - 11:25 AM
Ive just realised i went to high school with tianasmum!!! Was in the same year as your younger sister (N). What a sweetie she was, give her my regards!
We Are Family!
Kelly (26) Josh (29)
DS Finnegan Riley Born 8th August 2003
Posted 19 February 2004 - 11:31 AM
Here goes 1985 - 1988
Harrisfields State School1989 - 1992
St Agnes Primary1993 - 1994
Loreto College1995 - 1997
Woodridge State High
Don't hold that last one against me either ;p
<font color="#FF99FF">DD Teagan 11/08/01</font> DS Kai 11/12/03Lucky legs 11!!
Posted 19 February 2004 - 11:36 AM
Ok hmmmm... looking up schoolfriends, couldn't be bothered having to think it out again
1979-1985 - St Therese Primary West Wollongong
1986-1991 - St Mary Star of the Sea College Wollongong
I am betting there is NO ONE here that went to school with me.
C'MON WOLLONGONG LURKERS PROVE ME WRONG.
Posted 19 February 2004 - 11:55 AM
No Kim - but I used to know a few girls who went to St Mary's !!!!!
Posted 19 February 2004 - 11:57 AM
ohhh who who.. nah don't tell me... part of me wants to forget those days LOL
This message was edited by KimK on Thursday, 19 February 2004 @ 1:02 PM
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:13 PM
kinder 1980 - Moree pulic school (NSW)
1981 - 1987 - Wallaville state primary (QLD)
1988 - 1992 - Gin Gin state High (QLD)
If anyone has even heard of my schools they are doing well LOL!!!!
ps. the QLD towns are near Bundaberg if anyone is curious!
mum to Brooklyn Rose 13/05/99
Ethan Thomas and Asher Lee 15/03/02
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:16 PM
Hey Tams - whey the big drop from Loreto to Woodridge? Did you do something naughty?
Janelle, I've heard of those towns but only cause we use to drive through them getting from Gladstone to Brisbane!
I remember Wallaville because everytime we drove through there either of us would say "gee what sort of wally would live here" (just joking of course LOL).
LizMy big School Boy!Daniel 05/10/1998
This message was edited by Lizz on Thursday, 19 February 2004 @ 1:18 PM
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:17 PM
God, I was nowhere near you guys!!!
1980 - 1983: Bombala Infants/Public School
1983 - 1986: Laurieton Public School
1987 - 1992: Kendall Central School
1996: Port Macquarie TAFE
I think those years are right!!
DD Sophie 19/09/02 http://preg.fertilit...egticker/37153/
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:28 PM
I know Gin Gin!! (or Vodka Vodka as we used to call it when we were young and stupid
My schools are:
1983 - 1986 St Thomas Moore, Campbell, ACT
1986 - 1989 St Matthews, Page, ACT
1990 - 1994 Stuartholme, Brisbane
DH - Tom
DS - Matthew Had a name change- used to be mth
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:42 PM
Hopefully I don't reveal too much of my identity here - but may as well take a risk. I've already met one EB'er whose brother was one of my friends in primary school. I've been to a lot of schools, 3 in one year, as it took me a while to find the right school to suit me. So get a cuppa and read my list. They are all victorian schools by the way.
1983 - Mt Prospect Primary (I wasn't in school really, but mum was principal and put me in the prep class to see how I'd go)
1984 - Scotsburn Primary School (only 20 kids in that school, so amazing if one of you are on EB)
1985-86 - Redan Primary School (ballarat)
1987 - Scotsburn Primary School
1988 - Rosebud Primary
1988 - Rye Primary
1988-90 - Eastbourne Primary School (rosebud)
1990-1994 - Rosebud High School
1995-96 - Mornington Secondary College
1997 - University of Canberra
1998 - Deakin Uni Burwood
1999 - Roehampton Uni London UK
1999 - University of Hawaii USA
2000 - Deakin University Burwood
2001 - Monash University Clayton
Yep, that's all of them. I will now run and hide in case anyone out there recognises me!
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:50 PM
: Hobartville Primary School, NSW1991-1992
: Grose View Primary School, NSW1993-1995
: Cressy District High School, Tas1995-1997
: Pembroke College, Vic
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:08 PM
82-88 Glebe Primary School
89 St Patricks Girls high
90-94 Glebe High school
anybody out there???
<B>kaz, mum to <B>Baden 20/9/99
and Logan 19/3/03
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:10 PM
1981 - 1982 Boucher St PS, Shepparton VIC
1982 - 1984 Pascoe Vale North PS, VIC
1984 - 1987 Maldon PS, VIC
1988 - 1990 Castlemaine Tech, VIC
1991 Castlemaine Secondary College, VIC
1992 Bendigo Senior Secondary College, VIC
1993 Castlemaine Secondary College, VIC
1994 LaTrobe Uni, Bendigo, VIC
deferred for a year ('cos I never went to one subject & failed it, so had to repeat it the next year :gasp: - best thing that could have happened to me - made me realise what I wanted)
1996 & 1997 LaTrobe Uni, Bendigo, VIC
DH (28) Married 08.11.03
DD Tiana Mae 19.01.02
TTC #2 May '03http://www.FertilityFriend.com/home/Tianasmum
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:16 PM
oops didnt put schools in...
1983-1987 St Monicas, Moonee Ponds vic
1988-1989 Winters Flat PS vic
1990-1995 Castlemaine Secondary College, vic
1996-1999 Deakin Uni
We Are Family!
Kelly (26) Josh (29)
DS Finnegan Riley Born 8th August 2003
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:32 PM
1982 - 1989 - Bentleigh West Primary (Vic)
1990 - 1992 - Brighton Secondary College (Vic)
1992 - 1994 - St Kevin's College (Oamaru New Zealand)
Haven't seen anyone mention them yet.
<font color="CC0099">Breanna ~ 7.4.01</font>
<font color="FF6666">EDD ~ 16.6.04</font>
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:33 PM
Okay here goes. We moved around a lot when I was in primary school.
1981 - Kapunda Kindergarten, SA
1982 - Year 1 - Airdale Junior Primary, Port Pirie, SA
1982 - 1984 - Years 1 to 3 - Fraser Park Primary, Murray Bridge, SA
1985 - Year 4 - Kapunda Primary, SA
1985 - 1988 - Years 4 to 7 - Williamstown Primary, SA
1989 - 1993 - Years 8 to 12 - Nuriootpa High, SA
DH Michael (32)
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:51 PM
I went to Moree Public School too - but a bit earlier than you - 1971-72 (kinder/Yr 1).
My full list is:
Moree Public, NSW 1971-72
Wyong Public, NSW 1973-1977
Casino High, NSW 1978-1979
Bankstown Girls, NSW 1980 (very briefly - a month at most)
Sir Joseph Banks High, Revesby, NSW 1980-1983
Uni of NSW (Landscape Architecture) 1984-1987
Now I feel old - I was well into school before some of you were born!!!
DD Tara 19.6.01
DS Xander 30.5.03
Posted 19 February 2004 - 01:57 PM
This looks interesting
1983 - K - Ermington West Public School
1984-1989 - 1-6 - Winston Hills Public School
1990-1995 - 7-12 - Baulkham Hills High School
DS: Joshua 29.09.02
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