WRC new learning hub

VCE chemistry students Claire Giles (left) and Ebony Linford work through some science experiments to show off the new facilities with school captain Kelsey Lubberink to Education Minister James Merlino and Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing.

A $5.8 million learning hub incorporating science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics studies was officially opened at Warragul Regional College last week. While students returned from holiday at the start of term with a sense of excitement to use the

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Courage to step up

Proudly wearing their “Upstander” bracelets after being inspired by the “Courage to Care” exhibition are Warragul Regional College students (from left) Sophie Anker, Toni Storey and Jessica Whelan.

Extraordinary acts of ordinary people during the Holocaust is inspiring local students to “step up and step in” against bullying and prejudice at Warragul Regional College. Interactive travelling exhibition “Courage to Care” is currently visiting Warragul Regional College to empower

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Solemn ceremonies honour lives lost in war

Warragul Regional College school captains Cameron Lyon, left, Jesse Wadsworth, Sophie Smith and Molly Bridge represented the school at Tuesday’s Remembrance Day service at the Warragul Cenotaph. Services were also held in Trafalgar and Drouin to commemorate the end of the First World War on November 11, 1918.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette November 17, 2015 Local schools were well represented as Warragul’s citizens gathered at the Warragul Cenotaph last Wednesday to mark Remembrance Day. It was a solemn occasion in the wake of the 100th anniversary a few

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Balinese experience

Kayla Stewart experiences the culture with a satay making lesson.

Warragul & Drouin gazette, October 13, 2015 In the final two days of term three and during the first week of the holidays, 12 Warragul Regional College Indonesian students and the two Indonesian teachers took part in a cultural tour

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Stephanie’s art prize

Warragul Regional College visual arts teacher Melanie Crookston congratulates year 12 student Stephanie Apps on winning second prize in the ReFresh Art Award. Stephanie won herself a $1000 prize as well as $500 for the school.

Warragul & District Gazette, September 8 2015 Warragul Regional College year 12 student Stephanie Apps was awarded $1000 after taking out second prize in the ReFresh Art Award. Stephanie’s photographic piece “Four” was announced second prize winner at Federation University’s

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Warragul Regional ask R U OK?

Ben Farmer and Zane Homa grasped the message of checking in on mates during R U OK Day.

Warragul & District Gazette, September 22, 2015 Warragul Regional College held a number of activities to increase connectedness and promote well being in the school community as part of R U OK Day recently. Students were provided with the confidence

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Too cool for school

The students’ winning relay team: Back, from left, Lachie Hannah, Jake Baker and Brad Hefford, front, Jake Orlicki and Jake Hughes, won the Warragul Regional College annual relay race with the teachers.

After a long cool summer, the weather was perfect for Warragul Regional College’s swimming sports day at the Drouin Outdoor Pool last Tuesday.

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World challenge for WRC students

Warragul Regional College students photographed just before heading to Africa on an end of year World Challenge expedition will have the limits of their comfort zones tested during the four weeks they are away. Members of the group visiting Namibia and Botswana are, back row (from left): Katelyn Young, Alyse Ollington, Sophie Smith, Patrick Davies, Tom Axford, Sam Ford, Rhain Bateman and Zac Herdman. Centre: Breanna Pratt, Deborah Haynes, Steph Kleinitz, Evangeline Clough Good, Anton Cross and Brett King: Front: Sam Harkness and Ash Norris.

A group of 16 Warragul Regional College students are “celebrating” the end of their school year in a manner far removed from the more common sun, surf and parties. They are in Namibia and Botswana, adjoining countries in south-west Africa,

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Students capture Australian life

A finalist in the
national photographic
competition, year eight
student Kayla Stewart’s
image will be on display
until February next

A number of Warragul Regional College students entered The Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, a national competition that awards and promotes Australian contemporary photography. The Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize invited photographic entries that interpreted ‘Contemporary Life in Australia’ with an emphasis on day-to-day life. Many year eight, 10, 11, and 12 photography students at

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VCE results continue to improve

Warragul and Drouin Gazette December 16, 2014 Warragul Regional College's top ATAR score was 96 and the student who achieved the score will be announced at the school's presentation evening tomorrow night. Principal Rob Juratowitch said he was really pleased

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