Crusoe Secondary College

at , Bendigo , 3555 Australia

Crusoe 7-10 Secondary College is a public school in Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, Australia. It is one of four new colleges built in line with the new Bendigo Education Plan. It was built to replace the current buildings on the current Kangaroo Flat Secondary College site. The School was formerly known as Bendigo South West Secondary College until deciding on an official name in late 2008.During the building works, the old buildings were not demolished to allow normal classes to continue. Once the state of the art campus was completed, the old buildings were demolished to then construct the schools oval and sporting fields. Some early problems with the schools oval following demolition of the old buildings have been rectified and the school now has a fully functional oval that is up to the standard of any oval in Bendigo and is used by the school community and local sporting groups. The school has a fully equipped indoor gym, music centre, performing arts hall and the JB Osbourne Theatre that is used for local productions and award ceremonies by many local groups and schools.See also Bendigo South East Secondary College Bendigo Senior Secondary CollegeExternal links Crusoe College

Crusoe Secondary College

Bendigo , VIC 3555
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Catholic College Bendigo is a Catholic secondary school in the city of Bendigo in Victoria, Australia. About 1800 students attend the college's two Bendigo campuses and around 250 staff work at the college.The La Valla campus is located in Junortoun and provides education for Years 7–9, while the Coolock campus in the Bendigo CBD provides education for Years 10-12, including the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Vocational Eductaion and Training (VET) and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL).The current principal is Mr Brian Turner. The Deputy Principal at La Valla is Mr John Ferris, and at Coolock Mr Michael Chalkley.Catholic College Bendigo is governed by the Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea.HistoryThere are two central founders of Catholic College Bendigo. The Sisters of Mercy arrived in Bendigo in 1876 and set up a school on Wright Street (now the Coolock site). The Marist Brothers arrived in Bendigo in 1893. The founders of these orders, Marcellin Champagnat and Catherine McAuley, are considered the founders of Catholic College Bendigo.In 1955, the site at La Valla was opened for boarding boys as St Vincent's College. Due to declining boarders the school opened to day pupils in 1972.In 1983, the two schools run by the Mercy Sisters and the Marist brothers combined, to make a co-educational school. It was also renamed Catholic College Bendigo. By 1988, the school had two sites - La Valla and Coolock, which are the current two sites.A process of refurbishment has been running since the late 1990s—in 1998, the Junortoun quadrangle was refurbished. In 2004, Wright Street, which runs through Coolock was bought by the school and closed, which led to a large refurbishment of the area to face the road. In 2005, the Coolock arts building was refurbished. In 2006, work on a new technology building at La Valla began. It was completed in 2007.


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