Avon Valley Gazette - - EDUCATION MATTERS -

DE­CID­ING on where to send your child for fur­ther ed­u­ca­tion is a big de­ci­sion, says He­lena Col­lege com­mu­nity re­la­tions direc­tor Julie Carl­ton.

“The fit has to be right for you and your child and the school has to meet your needs as a fam­ily and has to align closely with the val­ues you sup­port for your chil­dren,” she said.

“The vi­sion for He­lena Col­lege is to be a school where stu­dents are in­spired to be the best they can be, where they are en­cour­aged to de­velop the con­fi­dence, abil­ity and pas­sion to achieve their goals and to have the skills and com­mit­ment to leave a pos­i­tive foot­print on the world.”

He­lena Col­lege aims to ed­u­cate and in­spire stu­dents to be the best they can be by pro­vid­ing a bal­anced fo­cus on whole child devel­op­ment.

Par­ents and prospec­tive stu­dents can find out more about the col­lege by book­ing in for a tour, with two tours of­fered at each cam­pus per term.

“We cur­rently have limited va­can­cies for Year 8 stu­dents and we would love to wel­come you to our great school, a rare and spe­cial bush­land place with space to take our stu­dents on a jour­ney of per­sonal and aca­demic growth,” Ms Carl­ton said.

“Mem­bers of the com­mu­nity are wel­come to at­tend the 2015 In­ter­na­tional Bac­calau­re­ate Mid­dle Years Pro­gramme ex­hi­bi­tion which runs from March 17-19.”

To book a tour, call 9298 9100 for se­nior school or 9299 6626 for ju­nior school.

Visit www.he­le­na­col­lege.wa.edu.au.

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