200 days till a new era at Calrossy begins
The countdown is now on till the launch of the exciting new Diamond School model for 2021 with only 200 days to go until the doors open on Calrossy’s new $4.1m Multi Use Classroom Block.
Calrossy has adopted this innovative structure to provide for whole school learning which will provide academic excellence at every stage of the educational journey from Prep through to Year 12. Our Year 7,8,9 students will be taught in single gender classes specifically supporting the needs of young women and men with designated learning spaces for science, Creative Arts and technology. The Calrossy Brisbane Street Campus will become a dedicated Senior Campus for Years 10-12. This Senior campus will be designed to equip senior students for Tertiary studies, entry into the work force and life beyond school.
The Calrossy Board, with input from our academic staff, have been focusing on the implementation of the Master Plan for the future of Calrossy. Our Multi-Use Classroom block is due for completion in October 2020. The Master Planning Committee recently met with key stakeholders to plan the next phase which will also include outdoor learning areas due for completion in the next 4 weeks. Committee Chair Hugh Castleden said overseeing significant development of our two campuses along with our boarding facilities is vital to provide state of the art facilities for our students and academic staff into the future. The realisation of this innovative school model in 2021 will see three learning centres designed to provide success and growth for students at every stage of the Primary and Secondary school journey.
Our Secondary School Captains Kirrilly Filla and Matt Holmes are encouraging all Calrossy students to get involved in the event which commenced last year called "Light Up the Dawn" which is a way to honour our veterans without our traditional School representation at the march. How will you li...
Read More Apr 22 2021
(Cover photo and story by the Northern Daily Leader) Dedicated music rooms and independent learning facilities will be the main features of a new building project that commence at Calrossy Anglican School at the end of the year. The new Multipurpose classroom building is part of a further $...
Read More Apr 11 2021
(Cover photo and story provided by the Northern Daily Leader). Calrossy Anglican School's distance education program 'eCalrossy' may soon be available for students in years 5 and 6. It currently has a year 7 class with 11 students from areas of the state like Narrabri, Broken Hill, Barraba,...
Read More Apr 05 2021