Orpheus and Eurydice

“This is not the first time something like this has happened around here…” Orpheus is the coolest guy in school, with a musical talent sent from the gods. Eurydice is his prize for being so great. Wait, what? First told thousands of years ago, the Ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice is one of male power, … Continued

ANZAC Tributes

On this day we honoured past and present Australian and New Zealand soldiers with our ANZAC commemorative assemblies at each campus. Congratulations to our students who organised the events and eloquently spoke in front of the large crowd, as well as our amazing vocalists and music students and staff who performed at both assemblies. College … Continued

RU OK Day Activities

Over the next two weeks Year 12 VCAL students will train all year seven students in strategies to recognise when someone isn’t OK and how to ask ‘RUOK’. On Friday 14th September, students at both campuses are invited to wear their brightest clothing to raise awareness for mental health and wellbeing, and bring a gold … Continued

Celebrating Book Week and World’s Greatest Shave!

Students and teachers at both campuses dressed up as their favourite book character to celebrate Book Week. Everyone made a big effort and looked awesome! At the Senior Campus, a big congratulations and well done to our College Board President, Ellen Arnott who shaved her head to raise funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. What an … Continued

ANZAC Tributes

On Tuesday 24 April we honoured the ANZACs.  Moving tributes were held at both campuses this week to honour past and president Australian and New Zealand soldiers. Representatives from the College Board and retired servicemen attended, and placed commemorative wreaths at the Lone Pine trees at each campus. Our brass instrumental teacher, Matthew Tubman, played … Continued

Bullying. No Way! Day

Recently our College proudly stood united with schools across Australia to mark the eighth National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA).     The NDA provides our school the opportunity to stand together on this important issue and help ignite thoughtful and positive discussions about bullying and ways we can work as a community … Continued

Learning to Drive: A New Approach

Parents are often the main teachers and supervisors of their sons and daughters when it comes to teaching them to drive but we may not always feel that we are properly qualified to do that. Sometimes  in our anxiety for their safety and our own we effectively ‘take control’ of the driving lesson and tell the … Continued

ANZAC Commemorative Assemblies

Last week we honoured past and present Australian soldiers with our ANZAC commemorative assemblies at each campus. Congratulations to our students who organised the events and eloquently spoke in front of the large crowd. Our College Board President was in attendance as well as retired servicemen and local MP, Ms Natalie Suleyman. Each event was … Continued

Brimbank Central Rotary Visit

Year 12 students Jenny Nguyen and Bamlak Halefom visited the Rotary Club of Brimbank Central on Wednesday 19th April to present their vocational plans to enter the medical field of study. They prepared a 20 minute presentation on their plans to raise funds to participate in a program called GAPMEDICS where they have interest in … Continued

National Day Against Bullying & Violence

On Friday 17th March there were activities held at both campuses for the National Day Against Bullying and Violence. Students were shown an anti-bullying video or powerpoint during home group, there was a barbecue at lunchtime, musical performances and an area for students to leave positive messages. Well done to the SRC students for organising a … Continued