Balmoral Community College is a co-educational school catering for the needs of students from Kindergarten through to Year 12. Since January 2009 when the College was formed between Balmoral High School, Balmoral Consolidated School and Balmoral & District Kindergarten the College has forged ahead in its pursuit of excellence.

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Food For Thought Festival

Balmoral Community College is committed to Child Safety. We want children to be safe, happy and empowered. We support and respect all children, as well as, staff and volunteers.

Applications Now Open

The Greg Rogers Further Education Scholarship

The scholarship offered by The Greg Rogers Further Education Scholarship is to assist a student to further their education. The Greg Rogers Further Education Scholarship offers a scholarship of $5,000 (payable $2,500 each semester on proof of enrolment) towards the cost of student accommodation for one year. 
Students may apply if:- They have completed Yr. 12 at Balmoral K-12 Community College. Enrolled in a Full Time Australian Tertiary Institution or TAFE course. The student will require accommodation away from home during the course of study. They can demonstrate a career pathway on completion of the course. The applicant must supply a copy of the Tertiary or TAFE offer. Short listed candidates must be available for an interview. 
Applications close February 10th 2017
For further details contact Mrs. Wendy Hobbs Principal Balmoral Community College. Ph. 55701247


 Food For Thought Festival

Literary Morning Tea


Friday, 14th October will feature a Literary Morning Tea commencing at 10.15 am. Popular guest authors Bec Kavanagh and Ellie Marney will give presentations about the lead female teenage role models in their respective books and the influence that they have on the youth of today, and then combine to host a discussion panel.

Bec Kavanagh is a writer, reviewer and educator. A YA specialist, she was the founder of “A Thousand Words Festival”, which celebrated young adult fiction. Bec is the Schools Coordinator for the Stella Prize.

Ellie Marney is a teacher and young adult author whose books include “Every Breath”, “Every Word” and “Every Move.” She has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including the Sisters in Crime Davitt Awards.

Bookings are essential for catering purposes. Tickets are $20.00 which includes a delicious morning tea followed by our author presentations. Enquiries 03 5570 1247.


Food For Thought Festival

7 -15 October 2016

 Tickets are now available for all events at our Food For Thought Festival in October. Please click on the link on the left hand side of this page for further information. Enquiries 03 5570 1247.


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