Park St, Bright, Victoria, 3741
03 5755 1166

P-12 PRIDE

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LEADERSHIP

Principal
Ms Jean Olley

Primary Assistant Principal
Ms Kelli Jacobsen

Secondary Assistant Principal
Mr Scott Burton

 

STUDENT MANAGEMENT

Years 5&6 Coordinator
Ms Breanna Rouse & Mr Ciaran O'Connor
Student Wellbeing 7-12
Ms Jenny Young
Years 3&4 Coordinator
Ms Julie Van der Stelt
Year 12 & VCAL Coordinator
Ms Libby Dean & Ms Bianca Dooley
Years Prep to 2 Coordinator & Prep Transition
Ms Tes Pederick, Ms Jayne Forbes
& Ms Leanne Nightingale
Year 11 Coordinator
Mr Malcolm Steer
Primary Leading Teachers
Ms Georgie Matters & Mr Matt Gray
Year 10 Coordinator
Mr John Henstridge
Secondary Leading Teachers
Ms Libby Dean & Mr Justin Power
Year 9 Coordinator
Ms Esther Dudley & Ms Rachel Bardsley-Smith
Careers, VASS and VET Coordinator 
Ms Chris Blazek
Year 8 Coordinator
Mr Frank Kusch
International Students Coordinator
Ms Katrina Ciolli
Year 7 Coordinator and Year 7 Transition
Ms Jenny Young & Mr Mark Betheras
 

 

FRONT OFFICE

Business and Facilities Manager
Ms Fiona Hurst

Dinner Plain
Mrs Jo McDonagh
Attendance
Mrs Gaye Dalbosco 
Reception
Ms Sally Cocks & Ms Lisa Flew
Accounts Receivable
Ms Jenni Sgambelloni

 

STUDENT LEADERS

Student leadership is highly valued by our College and is fostered through a range of formal and informal strategies.  Across the College, we also provide a number of avenues for the development of community service. 

In primary and secondary students from Year 6 (Primary) and Year 12 (Secondary) are elected as School Captains each year. Elected representatives from each class also make up the Student Representative Council (SRC). Students also have the opportunity to members of the SRC Executive Committee through an election process. 

Our College values community involvement from within as well as promoting College involvement throughout the community we serve. Bright P-12 students currently fill positions on the Alpine Shire Youth Council. 

Students are encouraged to contribute to major community events such as the Autumn Festival, Gala Day and the Anzac Day and Remembrance Day ceremonies and to participate in public speaking, summer schools and other extra-curricular programs sponsored by service clubs, universities and industry groups. 

2018 Junior School Leaders

Junior School Captains
To Be Decided
Junior School Vice-Captains
To Be Decided

 

 

2018 Senior School Leaders

School Captains
Teagan Atherstone & Callan Mantyvirta
School Vice Captains
Rhys Winiata & Ed Guiney White

 

 

Our Highest

Achievements

  • Folio Development  - VCE Studio Arts

    Folio Development - VCE Studio Arts

  • Birdfeeder  - Yr 9 Metalwork

    Birdfeeder - Yr 9 Metalwork

  • Logo designs for our VCAL wine 12 Bright Vines - Visual Communication

    Logo designs for our VCAL wine 12 Bright Vines - Visual Communication

  • Folio Development  - VCE Studio Arts

    Folio Development - VCE Studio Arts

  • Major Works  - Yr 9 Art

    Major Works - Yr 9 Art

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Bright P-12 College Purpose Statement:

Provide a stimulating learning environment that enables every student to build skills and pursue opportunities to best prepare them for their individual life journeys.

The College is situated within a unique natural environment bolstered by a supportive community.

It strives to nurture the health and wellbeing of each student and staff member while fostering creativity, inspiring growth and building

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Office Hours: 8.00am to 4.30pm School Days
Park Street Bright, Vic 3741
Bright P-12 College PO Box 30 Bright, VIC 3741
Telephone: 03 5755 1166
Fax: 03 5755 1770
Email: bright.p12@edumail.vic.gov.au
CRICOS provider name: Department of Education and Training
CRICOS provider code: 00861K
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