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General News

We hope that all of our students are enjoying their time at ESC. There are so many exciting things to look forward to in 2017. 

Would $500 help you to pay for your child's VCE expenses in 2018? You or someone you know may be eligible to join the Saver Plus Program. Carol from Saver Plus will be in the Grieve community during parent-teacher interviews on Thursday 30th March, between 11:30am and 1:30pm, to answer any questions you may have. Please fill out an expression of interest form, and return to the college.

Ms Shanahan recently ran a 'Back to School' themed writing competition. There were so many fantastic entries - we are very proud of all students who got involved. Check out the winning pieces here - for both the 50 word category and the 500 word category.

We are curently running a competition for students to create a poster, photo, poem, video, artwork or song about making our school a bully-free zone. Click here for more details!

If you love taking photos then why not enter our photography competition?! All ages are welcome - it doesn't matter whether you're a student, teacher or a parent. There are some great prizes to be won! Click here for more information.

College Council Elections 2017

The College Council of Eaglehawk Secondary College consists of parents, staff, students and community members. It plays an important role in the life of the school, providing advice to the Principal as well as having significant input on the development of college policies and practices. For more information about applying to be on College Council, click here

 Upcoming dates to remember:

  • Thursday 30th March - Parent/Teacher Interviews 11:30am - 7pm
  • Friday 31st March - Athletics Day / Last Day of Term 1 | 2:30pm dismissal

Adolescents on Social Media: Guide for Parents  

The school has recently purchased a series of short videos covering a range of information, parenting strategies and suggestions designed to help parents better understand how young people are interacting on social media, and what they can do to guide their children in avoiding issues relating to reputation, privacy and online bullying. Click here for more information.


This week and next week


30.03.2017 11:30 am - 7:00 pm