Principal’s Blog

As 9am on Wednesday morning arrived we drew a collective sigh of relief as our VCE students commenced their English exam. At the same time the new headline came through that we had recorded another day of double zeros for new cases and deaths due […]

12 VCAL Virtual Mock Interviews

The following article is featured on the Geelong Region Local Learning and Employment Network website.   Congratulations to the VCAL team and students who were part of this initiative.  Year 12 in Geelong under COVID 19 What do Geelong students think about their future?  If you […]

Geelong Youth Council

The City of Greater Geelong is currently looking for its next Youth Council! If you’re aged 12 to 17, or know someone who is, and would like to make a difference in the community and represent your peers, you may like to nominate to be […]

Year 8 English

In Year 8 English we love to spend time in our beautiful library to check out books and read! With Ms. Ryan’s help, we are following the new ‘Fortnight’ reading challenge that encourages students to think about who they are and their place in the […]

Lunchtime Sport

On Monday, Wednesday and Friday lunch times opportunities for House sport competitions are being offered.  Currently we have soccer running on Tullow Grass. As of next week we will start netball! All competitions are for fun, connection and participation.  

East Timor English Program

Congratulations to the young students at our sister school, Uaimori Primary School in Viqueque East Timor who have just completed their English program. The students and teachers are so proud of their achievement as seen in the photo. This program was the result of the […]

Christmas Food Drive

The Brigidine Asylum Seeker Project (BASP) is one of a number of projects in Australia that seek to support asylum seekers. The Brigidine sisters who operate the Project aim to provide hospitality and practical support for asylum seekers. This Christmas they will be supporting a […]

In the Classroom – Humanities

Year 9 History hosted a European conference in 1914 to try and avoid going to War!   Russia, France, Great Britain and Germany were all in attendance and discussed their military capacity, possible causes of war, fears for the future, arguments for and against going to […]

Year 7 Day Camp

On Wednesday 28 October, the Year 7s were fortunate enough to enjoy a day at Lake Dewar Camp. When we arrived at school, everyone was chatting away, excitedly anticipating the day ahead. After an hour-long ride, we arrived at the camp and were split into […]

In the classroom – Science

Year 11 Biology In Year 11 Biology, VCE students are undertaking an independent investigation related to biological concepts. Tully and Anna were investigating whether temperature had an affect on cellular respiration (balloons). Tiani and Erika (with the help of our Lab Tech Craig Billows) wanted […]