SCBC SECONDARY – ATAR PATHWAY Year 12 student Daniel McMullen, has a difficult (but nice) decision to make… “will I apply to the enter Australian Defence Force Academy and become a Surface Warfare Officer in the Navy, or will I apply to the University of Western Australia to study a Law degree?” Daniel has been […]
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On Monday, 16th March, our Primary students competed in the CPSSA interschool cricket carnival. Our students played very well on the day. Students played modified games to ensure maximum participation by all students. On the day all the students training, and hard work paid off with the year 5 girls winning all of their games […]
In a wonderful result for our school, two of our students, Anna Watts and Conan John, have been selected to be part of the 5-member national team to represent Australia at the IYPT (International Young Physicist Tournament) 2020 to be held in Romania. They performed outstandingly at the IYPT Australia Challenge held from 10 to […]
Every student from Year 1 to Year 6 is represented on our quilt which was designed with our college theme for the year in mind, “Celebrating Community”! “Our school community is like a beautiful quilt; lives pieced together; stitched with smiles and tears, coloured with memories and bound by the love of God.” […]
SCBC congratulates all of our 2019 graduates, especially acknowledging Manav Kumar achieving SCBC’s top 2019 ATAR score of a fantastic 98.75, followed closely by Justyn Hall with 98.00! “If you don’t have the passion and the motivation for what you are studying, it is going to be hard to enjoy school or university and to […]
GIRLS AFL In Secondary we offer various sporting opportunities to our students and one of these opportunities are GIRLS AFL. Our Year 10’s and Year 8’s attended the ACC Year 10 Girls AFL Carnival on Friday, 9th August, held at All Saints College. It was a great day, the girls did so well with many […]