The first day of a big year

The new school year officially began today for many high-school students and teachers across Victoria, including Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, located in Melbourne’s inner-west.

As students started their first day of classes, a select group of 58 Year 7’s commenced Aspire, the College’s accelerated educational and enrichment program. 2015 is the first year for the program which will soon extend to Years 8 and 9.

Students also noticed heavy machinery digging up the College’s carpark and workers in yellow hats scattered around the senior campus. This is due to the multimillion dollar upgrades to the College that are underway and will include a new trade training centre, improvements to open spaces and a transformation of administration areas.

With a commitment to improving the learning experience for all students, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College celebrates one of its best performing years in 2014. Three students scored perfect 50 study scores and 97% of Year 12 VCE students receiving first-round tertiary offers.

The College approaches 2015 with a clear vision – to be the leader in learning excellence in its community.