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FCJ College Benalla

FCJ College
Location
Benalla, Victoria, Australia
Information
School type Private, Co-educational, secondary Day school
Motto Pro Deo Semper - latin for "For God Always)
Established 1900
Principal Mr David Leslie
Grades 7-12
Website

FCJ College Benalla is a Catholic college based in Benalla, Victoria, Australia. It caters for Year 7 to VCE. It services nearly 500 students.

History

The school was established in 1900 by the FCJ Sisters, and 2010 marked 110 years of the college.

Sport

The school has been a member of the Catholic All Schools Sports Association (CAS) from 1999 until 2010. Plans are being made to reintroduce the CAS sports days to students.

The school also holds annual intra-school sporting events, namely the Swimming Carnival (held at the Benalla Aquatic Center early in the year) and the Athletics Carnival (usually held mid-year at Churchill Reserve).

New buildings

The school has had recent renovations to the two science labs to fit in more sessions. It has an extensive chemical storage.

The school also has a new language and VCE study center which was opened at the end of 2011.

External links

  • FCJ College

Coordinates: 36°33′19.5″S 145°58′42.2″E / 36.555417°S 145.978389°E / -36.555417; 145.978389

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