Students gear up for Learning in Action Open Evening

Emmanuel Anglican College students are gearing up for their Learning in Action Open Evening. Photo Contributed
Emmanuel Anglican College students are gearing up for their Learning in Action Open Evening. Photo Contributed Contributed

STUDENTS at Emmanuel Anglican College Ballina are gearing up for their annual learning in action open evening.

The College Open Evening is a highlight for students and families, Principal Robert Tobias said.

"The evening is also an opportunity for visiting students and families, with an interest in the College, to explore the grounds and classrooms, meet teachers and ask students, participating in the learning in action displays, questions about their projects."

College tours will commence from 5.30pm and for students and families looking for Year 7 placements in 2016, there's an information session commencing at 6pm. 

"Looking at secondary education options can be daunting for students and their families," says Mr Tobias. 

"We've found the open evenings held by all of the schools in the region provide an easy way to get inside the schools and get a sense of whether the school is the right fit socially, academically and spiritually for the student.  The priority for us and many families is to ensure each student's individual needs can be met."

EAC caters for Pre-school children through to Year 12 students on a 16 Acre campus located at West Ballina. 

The College has state of the art teaching and learning facilities, a teaching team focused on individual student needs and a broad range of opportunities for students to shine including drama, band and choir performances or express their talent in hospitality or any number of sports as well as their academic studies.

Families and students are welcome to contact the College for more information on 6681 5054.


Emmanuel Anglican College Open Evening: Tuesday May 19 from 5.30pm

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