About Lincoln Bertelli
Posts by Lincoln Bertelli:
- ex -students
- Hall of Distinction
- High Achievers
- Performing Arts
- The Arts
- Visual Arts
Bunbury Catholic College is a co-educational school of approximately 1400 students in Years 7 to 12 on two campuses. BCC offers a caring community environment that promotes the education of the whole person: the spiritual, academic, physical and cultural dimensions of each child.
Marist Campus (Bunbury)
Mercy Campus (Australind)
YEAR 7 2019
INDIGENOUS AND P&F BURSARIES
Make the most of these opportunities for current Year 6 students. It is free to apply for the Scholarships and Bursaries.
The scholarship covers basic tuition fees and it is renewable each year up to the 3rd year of secondary school, subject to continued academic excellence.
Exam: 9.00am Saturday 19 May 2018.
Venue: Bunbury Catholic College
Rodsted Street, BUNBURY
PARENTS & FRIENDS’ BURSARIES
Applications close on Friday 6 April 2018
For further information please contact the College.
Ph 9721 0004, Fax 9721 0044
Our 2018 student leaders were presented with their badges at the opening assemblies of both campuses.
Bunbury Catholic College has separate leaders for both campuses.
Head Girl & Head Boy: Hayley Gulberti and Darcy Greig
Executive Officers: Ellen King and Joshua Italiano
Academic Captains: Allegra Mazza-Parton and Erinn Shaw
Arts Captains: Phoebe McCloy, Zachary Luff, res. Jaimee Dixon-Hotchkin
Liturgy Captains: Luke Commins, Oisin Buckley and Trinity Mangano
Sports Captains: Courtney Babich and Laticia Atherton
Stewardship Captains: Adam Cronin and Natalie Botteon
Marcellin House Captains: Casey Zappia and Nicholas Pemberton
McAuley House Captains: Amy Seale and Alfio Patane
Valentine House Captains: Maddy Congdon and James Granger
Captains: Cian Parsons and Michael Garvey
Head Girl & Head Boy: Emma Drew and Jake Maughan
Executive Officers: Carla Rojas and Reece Garner
Academic Captain: Ipsita Singh
Arts Captains: Georgia Jauncey and Victoria Plajzer
Ministry Captain: Carol Karanja
Sports Captains: Julia Dwyer and Joshua Padlie
Stewardship Captain: Olivia Cambrea
The Bunbury Catholic College ball was held at the South West Italian Club on Saturday 10 February, with 230 students and 30 staff attending.
The theme for this year was ‘Starry Night’ and again Jenine Wass is to be commended on the fabulous job of decorations, with many people commenting that the Italian Club was decorated the best it has ever been.
The predominant colour of dress this year was navy, closely followed by red dresses.
Students had a variety of admirers and photographers as they arrived at the venue, with both the Bunbury Mail and South Western Times in attendance.
One student commented that it was so great to see all of his peers dressed to impress, so much so he didn’t recognise some of them.
Two of the high achievers from Bunbury Catholic College’s graduating class of 2017 have been acknowledged with awards.
Georgia Bach claimed the Kelderman Award and McKenzee Burgess received the VET award at the Marist campus’ opening assembly on Tuesday 6 February.
Georgia won the Kelderman Award, presented annually by the Kelderman family to the BCC student with the top ATAR score, for her performance of 96.7 in last year’s exams.
McKenzee was the school’s highest achiever in Vocational Education Training and was presented with her award by the BCC Ex-Students Association.
In a speech to the school community, McKenzee encouraged students to make careful decisions about their subject choices.
“I personally chose the VET pathway as I knew, at this stage in my life, university was not a priority,” she told the school.
“But in saying that, I knew that I had to give 100 per cent in everything I did to give myself the best opportunities in my career path or for a possible university entrance further down the track.
“When completing your subject selection for year 11 and 12, try your best to choose what is right for you, not what your friends are doing and not what is ‘cool’ because these two years will open you up to the real world and you have to be content with your direction.
“Choosing this pathway allowed me to select courses and subjects that I was passionate about because without passion, there will be no dedication or interest.”