Calrossy Vision 2021 and Masterplan
Calrossy's Principal explores the School's vision and masterplan for next year, which will see education delivered differently through the Diamond Model, offering boys and girls a targeted and quality education at every stage of the learning journey.
Primary students, from Prep to Year 6, will continue to excel on the William Cowper Campus, with Secondary students from Year 7 to 9 learning in single gender classrooms on the same campus.
Students from Year 10 to 12 will study on the specialised senior campus at Brisbane Street.
Foundation CAS has been instrumental with its support of the Master Plan and the development of the Multi Use Classroom Building and has presented another $100,000 to support the project. Donations from the Calrossy community has provided funds across the school including the Library, Scholarship, Bursaries and Building Funds which is helping to make a difference within our wider school community.
For more information on the Diamond Model and the Masterplan watch the short video below.
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Read More Jan 12 2021
The Calrossy community was sad to hear that on Christmas Day, 2020 Mrs Gloria Thew peacefully passed away at 97 years. Mrs Thew was a long time house mistress at Calrossy who contributed much to the Boarding community. A woman of deep Christian faith, she held students to high standards but was a...
Read More Jan 02 2021