Bacchus Marsh College - Darley Junior Campus, Bacchus Marsh

Name: Bacchus Marsh College - Darley Junior Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: Hallets Way
Town: Bacchus Marsh
Postcode: 3340
State: Victoria
Region Central Highlands Wimmera
Phone: (03) 5367 6168
Fax: (03) 5367 6178
Email: bacchus.marsh.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.bmsc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 850

Established in 1922 on the Grant Street site, Bacchus Marsh College moved to a dual campus in the 1990ís. The Maddingley Campus caters for years 10, 11 and 12 while the Darley campus looks after Years 7, 8 and 9. We incorporate Ecolinc, a centre of excellence in the Sciences and the Joint Use Facility (gymnasium) with the Shire.

The Bacchus Marsh College logo is Ad Altoires: To the Highest. In 1922 our College founders were committed to providing a school where students could excel and grow to become effective citizens. Generations of Bacchus Marsh students have enjoyed the benefits of our excellent facilities, extensive curriculum and caring community.

Bacchus Marsh College is committed to the development of individuals in a learning environment that is safe, supportive and stimulating. The teaching and support staff encourage students to make the best use of their natural talents and realise their career ambitions.

At the heart of our school is a strong sense of community. We value our partnership with parents and recognise that together we have a role in encouraging and inspiring students, nurturing their ambitions and supporting their successful transition to higher education, work and citizenship.

 

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