Be a part of History


June 20, 2016


June 20, 2016

Be a Part of History

Celebrating 20 Years of Cedar College

As part of our 20th Anniversary Celebration Week (Term 3, Week 9), we are planning to open a new paved and seating area, on the land where Cedar College began – the Primary School lawns.

It is the families of Cedar College that have made our school what it is today, and we want to honour and preserve the names of our school families on this special occasion.


How your family can be a part of Cedar’s History

As part of the new paved area, families or individuals can sponsor an engraved paver for $30 (which covers the cost of making, engraving and laying the paver). This paver can feature family names in a choice of three configurations (see over page for details) and will become a permanent reminder of the part that your family has played in Cedar’s history. This includes Primary School and High School families, as well as old scholars.

If you’d like to be a part of this one-off special event, you can download the order form on this page. Families have until Week 8 of Term 2 (Monday June 20) to order their paver(s).  Payment can be enclosed with the form, or you can use the Qkr! App or Qkr!Online to send payment (please return the completed form indicating that you have paid via Qkr!), or we can take your credit card payment over the phone.

Thank you to all of our Cedar College families for being an important part of our history, we hope that you take this special opportunity to become a lasting part of our future.

History Pavers

Click here to download the brochure and Order Form.

20th Anniversary Paver Order Form  

Contact Cedar College

School Office: 08 8261 3377

School Address: 215-233 Fosters Rd Northgate, South Australia 5085.


If you'd like further details about enrolling your child at Cedar College please contact the Enrolment Office via our Enrolment page.

About Cedar College

Cedar College is a Reception to Year 12 co-educational independent Christian School, in the growing suburb on Northgate, South Australia.