Bright P-12 College, Bright

Name: Bright P-12 College
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Bakers Gully Road
Town: Bright
Postcode: 3741
State: Victoria
Region Goulburn North Eastern
Phone: (03) 57551166
Fax: (03) 57551770
Pupils: 520

Bright P-12 College builds a culture where learning is seen as a lifelong process and where excellence is promoted in academic, creative, social, citizenship and sporting pursuits.

The College is set in 10 hectares of landscaped grounds in the tourist township of Bright, which is situated in the picturesque Ovens Valley, 310km north east of Melbourne. The nearest major city, Wangaratta, is 80 km to the west and Albury-Wodonga 110km to the north. Magnificent landscapes include Victoria's highest peak (Mt Bogong), the broad undulating high plains, the spectacular rock formations of nearby Mt Buffalo and fertile river valleys.

Bright P-12 College fosters self esteem and values individuals by providing an environment where they can feel safe and supported in their endeavours.

Bright P-12 College's population comprises students enrolled from the township of Bright and the neighbouring towns of Porepunkah, Harrietville and Wandiligong.


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