Ordinary students achieving extraordinary outcomes…
What an exciting accolade the College received in the Weekend Australian on Easter Saturday! The newspaper commissioned an analysis of the 2011 NAPLAN results to identify the highest performing schools in the nation.find out more
The Manifest is the name given to a passenger list on trains, buses, ships and aircraft. Of course, the word also means that which is evident or apparent. Lately the word has also meant to call into being, to make ‘manifest’ that which was hidden.find out more
“Grab it! Quick, grab it!"find out more
middle school leaders…
In 2012, seven students have been appointed to be Middle School Student Leaders. Last Friday, we held a Leadership Assembly where they were officially inducted to their positions. Three of these students, Sam Hayden, Ellen Robertson and Meg Collins are currently on King Island. The other four, James Davidson, Isabella McKay, Sarah Robinson and Emerson Cross, spoke to the assembly and gave us their thoughts on being Leaders and role models.find out more
senior school award ceremony….
I graduated from Ballarat Clarendon College in 2008 with an ENTER (final year) score of 98.85 (highest ranking is 99.95) and a Premier’s Award for my study score of 50 (perfect score) in Geography. I am a strong believer in making the most of your time at school and so I was Visual Arts Leader during Year 12 and was awarded Subject Prizes in Literature, Geography and Art as well as the Principal’s Special Prize.find out more