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30-34 Toomuc Valley Rd, Pakenham VIC 3810
92 Kangan Dr, Berwick VIC 3806
Over the years I have taken hundreds of tours of parents interested in a Beaconhills College education. I think it has given me some interesting insights into what really matters to parents.
As well as a caring and supportive environment, there is one theme that always emerges. Opportunity.
‘Opportunities and choice’ is where Beaconhills really shines over its competitors. In the all-important senior years, students can choose from a wide range of subjects – Physical Education, Music, Systems Engineering, Art, Food and Technology and much more. They have the opportunities to follow their passions, setting the groundwork for their future pathways and life-long interests.
Every year some of the outstanding works of our senior students go on display, such as in our recent Visual Arts and Technology exhibitions and on stage in a wide range of musical, dance and drama performances. They are also evident in the huge number of individual and team sporting achievements.
I invite you to join me on one of our weekly tours of the Pakenham or Berwick Campus.
Welcome to 2020
Let your light shine
3 meaningful ways for alumni to stay connected
Public v private school funding
Reports that tell the whole story
What are your values?
A commitment to Indigenous education
Help shape our school’s future
Why we value chaplaincy
Recent events in Sri Lanka
East Timor water project
Baxter represents Beaconhills on Cardinia Shire Youth Council
Beaconhills wins Peoples’ Choice Award
Certificate of Excellence hits the mark
Little Beacons lend a hand in veggie gardens
Weekend retreat for student leaders
Citizenship and service in action
Berwick chaplain ordained
Chloe KickstARTs Studio Arts
Sensational swimming at Middle School House carnival
Let’s get ready to Relay!
Violin scholar accepted into Melbourne Youth Orchestra
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Gate C, Syme Rd, Pakenham VIC 3810