Focus on supporting the families
ST BRENDAN’S College has supported rural and regional families to educate their sons in Central Queensland for more than 75 years, and in tough economic times the college is committed to supporting families to continue to make that choice.
St Brendan’s College principal Nick Scully said many families were not aware of the financial support available to educate their children, whether it was Assistance for Isolated Children (AIC), Living Away From Home Allowance (LAFHA) or for those families who are not remote, the college also has Edmund Rice Bursaries available to support those with financial constraints.
“Our Edmund Rice Bursaries are not a one-size-fits-all bursary, but are based on a formula which includes information on family numbers – one parent or two parent – the number of children, employment status and housing costs, to name a few of the considerations,” Mr Scully said.
The college is located on a beautiful 300-acre campus at Yeppoon.
For more information visit www.stbrendans.qld.edu.au, or contact enrolments officer Kylie Hedges on (07) 4939 9485 or via email@example.com. edu.au.
Nick Scully with Henry Dendle and Bill Gunning.