Achina Vearing (Year 10)  recently earned 3rd place in the U16 G 50m freestyle event at the State Schools Victoria (SSV) State Swimming Championships. In Term 1,  Achina achieved 1st place in the 50m freestyle at both the District and Regional SSV Championships to qualify for the State Finals, becoming… Read More

Families and students interested in enrolling in  Year 7 2022 or 2023 cohorts are invited to attend a School Tour. Again, due to unprecedented demand,  we have  scheduled additional School Tour dates: May 20, June 3 and June 17. These tours are designed specifically for students who intend to enrol… Read More

After a year long delay due to the pandemic, Riot Stage is back with a new work on stage.  Riot Stage is 'theatre about now' - about contemporary life, contemporary issues, contemporary experiences, sharing the voices of a new generation.  EVERYONE IS FAMOUS features the talents of Brunswick Secondary College… Read More

Congratulations to all members of Oro House!  The annual BSC Swimming Carnival was a fabulous success once again, with a variety of land and water-based activities in which students could participate, represent their house and win house points. Oro triumphed on the day - but everybody had a great day… Read More

Congratulations to graduate Meredith Walker, named Dux of the College for 2020. Every year the College Dux is awarded to the student who achieves the highest ATAR in the cohort and to be named Dux of the College is the highest accolade that can be bestowed upon any student.  Meredith… Read More

VCE results have been released for Year 12 students who sat examinations in 2020. Year 12 students received their ATARs and Study Scores for each subject, and some Year 11 students received a Study Score for their Unit 3 and 4 Early Start subject. Once again, our students' results show… Read More

Congratulations to Year 9 student, Natasha Nette,  who recently earned the Affirm Press Award for Best Young Writer, in the Sisters in Crime Scarlet Stiletto Awards.  Natasha's submission, Signs of Life, a story told through the ghostly eyes of a young mother, was judged in the under-19yo category. Natasha says… Read More

Congratulations to Sabine Barnett (Year 10) for her recent success in the National History Challenge. This nation-wide competition is an exciting contest that encourages students to use research and inquiry-based learning to discover more about the past, with reference to a specific theme.  This year's theme - Contested Histories -… Read More

The 2020 BSC Cross Country House Competition is underway - with a difference! Students have been tasked with designing their own cross country course - mapping a 3 km trail that they can run on their own so as to participate in the virtual competition.   Representing their House (Abyad, Cagaar,… Read More