St Brigid’s College regards life as learning. A St Brigid’s College education is about life and everything we do is an opportunity to learn. We are very clear about what drives our decisions around teaching and learning; it is about the fun of challenge, the exhilaration of change. It is also about engagement and capacity to change; about passion and clarity; about a chance to bring something extra to the ordinary.
We believe that, in cooperation with the learner, inspiring and exceptional teaching produces extraordinary achievement for every student. Our school’s commitment to achieving outstanding results means that, from Year 7 through to Year 12, we work to create an explicit culture of awareness about everything that our students do in their school lives. Firstly, they are ‘fired up’ to learn and then prepared to participate fully in the process that will ensure individual success.
We help students set clear goals, establish standards and closely monitor their progress.
We work on the formula that:
passionate belief + inspiring with exceptional teaching and learning = extraordinary results.
St Brigid’s College offers the following Annual Scholarship Program:
Applications close 12th October 2018.
- Academic record
- Contribution to the Arts (visual, performance, dance, drama, music)
- Sporting achievements
- Social justice and Parish participation
- Leadership and contribution to school life and to the wider community
Further information and application details can be found on the Excellence Scholarship page.
Diocese of Ballarat Scholarship
Applications are now closed. Now accepting 2020 applications.
Further information and application details can be found on the Diocese Scholarship page.
Margaret Simonds Scholarship
Applications close 5th November 2018. Further information and application details can be found on the Margaret Simonds Bursary page.
- General Bursaries
Further information and application details can be found on the Bursary page.