ST BRIGID’S COLLEGE
AT St Brigid’s College, the achievements of students continue in and beyond the classroom and highlight the diversity of the academic and co-curricular involvement they are able to participate in, says principal Dr Amelia Toffoli.
“The 2014 results were very pleasing, with three Curriculum Council Awards, a 100 per cent graduation rate and all 40 students applying for university entrance gaining an offer – 27 for their first preference,” she said.
“The college enrichment program Altiora continues to grow and provides opportunities for academic excellence in the senior school, with similar programs planned for the middle and junior school in 2015.
“Thanks to a grant received from Bendigo Bank, our robotics programs have expanded, with the addition of a robo club and the possibility of including robotics into the curriculum.”
St Brigid’s College will hold an open day and college tours on Friday, March 13. Call 9290 4205 to register. Scholarship examinations for 2016 will be held on March 14. For an information pack, call Pauline Guerinoni on 9290 4202.