What is to be done?

Well, why not drop-in and have a look !

High School for Coburg invites YOU to the launch of the Draft Plans for the re-instatement of a Secondary School in Coburg developed by Architecture Graduate Emily Wallace.
E Wallace Grasslands Ave Reception View
This will take place at the Post Office Hotel - 231 Sydney Road, Coburg - at 1:30 PM on Sunday the 11th of December 2011 and will include a short presentation by Emily Wallace, a scale model (one metre x one metre in size) display of the secondary school, various A3 size plans and photos and A4 booklets that HSC supporters are welcome to snaffle and digest over a cup of tea or a cold beer. Plus the Post Office Hotel will donate $3.00 from each Roast of the Day to HSC to assist the campaign … Yippee!!!       

In addition to the above, this will be a fantastic opportunity to kick-start the debate and discussion in relation to what a re-instated Year 7-12 Coburg High School might look like. Hope to See You There J J J  

And - in related news - High School for Coburg have finalised the six-page final report entitled More Primary School Children -Fewer Secondary School Options which looks at the rapidly increasing local Primary School enrolment figures and compares this against the consistently decreasing Secondary School options for primary school kids in Coburg and its surrounding suburbs. Those parents, especially those with Grade Six kids, who have been grappling with the question “Where will my child go to high school?” will find that this report particularly disturbing.            

That being the case check out both the More PrimarySchool Children - Fewer Secondary School Options final report and the Whatis to be Done ?? flyer and the latest updates on the facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/highschoolforcoburg or through our website http://www.highschoolforcoburg.org/

High School for Coburg … a bunch of passionate and committed locals who seek the immediate re-instatement of an open entry Year 7-12 public secondary school in Coburg. 

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