Applications for Scholarships 2021 Are Now Open
Scholarships are now open to current and prospective students in Year 6 entering Year 7 in 2021, and students entering Year 10 in 2021.
Our scholarship program recognises a range of student talents that are consistent with our belief in the development of each student. In addition to academic merit, we recognise and seek to enhance each student’s spiritual, physical and social development.
Heritage College offers scholarships in the following categories:
- Academic – awarded to students who excel academically.
- Creative – awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional artistic and/or creative talent.
- Leadership – awarded to students who exhibit leadership skills.
- Music – awarded to students who excel in musical performance.
- Service – affirms our belief that acts of service represent a powerful means by which to aid those in need. This scholarship recognises extended, personal involvement in community service.
- Science – awarded in recognition of students who exhibit curiosity in the field of science.
- Sport – awarded in recognition of students who excel in a sport discipline.
- Technology – recognises students who exhibit outstanding skill in the use of technology for a productive and altruistic purpose.
How to apply
Download the Scholarship Application Pack from the Heritage College website here. Attach all relevant information, as the application will only be considered if it is complete.
Submit your paperwork
Forward your completed application and attachments via email to: email@example.com.
Scholarship applications for 2021 close at 3pm Friday, 14 August 2021.
If your child is unable to attend school on a specific day, please do not email their teacher. Instead, please notify the front office staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9796 0100 by 9:30am with the child's name, year level and reason for absence.
Canteen will no longer be operating for the time being. Please ensure your child/ren bring lunch and snacks with them to school each day.
CCTV In Use at Both Campuses
Effective this year, we now have CCTV cameras operating in all areas of our College, at both campuses and on our buses.
We believe the safety of our students, staff, parents and facilities is of utmost importance and feel the addition of cameras at Officer (and NWS since prior to 2019) will be beneficial.
If you would like to read the policy,
please go to the website https://heritagecollege.vic.edu.au/our-community/publications-policies/policies/
Mr Sonny Aiono
Please ensure your child/ren bring their own drink bottles to school with their name CLEARLY labelled, as the bubblers are not in use due to Covid-19.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding coronavirus, the School Banking program will remain on hold.
In the meantime, here are some handy online resources for parents who wish to maintain momentum with their child’s financial education:
- Start Smart: these resources have been created to improve children’s money management skills, and is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and the National Consumer Financial Literacy Framework.
- The Beanstalk: offers videos and fun activities for children to learn about money.
2021 Sibling Enrolments
Families, it’s time to think about Early Years enrolments for 2021 (3 and 4 Year Old Kinder and Prep classes). As siblings of existing students are priority enrolments, it's important that we know and account for all incoming siblings in these foundational classes of the college. Once your child is enrolled in Prep, there is no need to re-enrol as the enrolment is automatically retained each year until graduation.
Families of the college are priority enrolments for the Early Learning Centre. If your child turns 3 or 4 next year, complete this Google Form to update us with your intention to enrol. Secure your place before the public intake begins.
Please call 03 9796 0100 or contact me directly to discuss your child’s enrolment for next year by email: email@example.com.
Mrs Jackie Saluni
Uniform in Secondary
Whilst we have only been back on campus for a short time, it is of vital importance proper uniform is worn each day. It not only shows respect for the college, but it also shows respect for one’s self.
We have seen some students arriving at school with mixing and matching sports and formal, as well as wearing non-uniform elements. Thank you for your continued vigilance in sending your child in proper uniform each day. If your child is out of uniform for any reason, please send a written note for your child's homeroom teacher.
Mr Darren Martin
Deputy Principal, Secondary