Latest News and Events

Latest news, events, achievements from around the College.

2020 Year 7 SEEK Applications

Applications for the 2020 SEEK class are now open. For further information or for an application form please use the download links below.

Important Dates – Term 1, 2019

Twilight Expo 2019

2019 School Tours

2019 Year 7 SEEK Applications

Applications for the 2019 SEEK class are now open. Further information can be found here. The application form can be found here.

Twilight Expo & School Tours

The annual Twilight Expo will be held on Wednesday 14th March, starting at 5pm. In addition, the school will be organising tours on the following dates:

Tuesday 17th April
Tuesday 24th April
Tuesday 1st May
Tuesday 15th May
Tuesday 29th May

Further information can be found in the flyer below.

How to Access Health/PE Online Platform

  1. Go to the Campion website at this address – https://order.campion.com.au/#homeView
  2. Create a Campion account (or Sign in if you already have an account).
  3. In the Resource List code box type in “XGJC” (without the quotes) and click
  4. Select the appropriate Resource List for the year level/s of your child/children.
  5. Select/tick the Health and Physical Education Digital Health & PE LearnON (Access code) checkbox.
  6. Click Continue at the bottom right of the screen.
  7. Enter your Parent/guardian details and click Continue.
  8. Fill in the boxes for your Billing address and click Continue.
  1. Fill in the Student details and click Continue.
  2. Click Review and Pay.
  3. Enter your credit card details and click on Complete & pay.
  4. The Access code will be emailed to you after several minutes. Have your child follow the steps in the email to access the Health/Physical Education Online Platform.

Further instructions can be found here.

End-of-Year Music Concert

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The End-of-Year Music Concert is on Monday 4th Dec at 7.30pm in the Gym.  Come along, celebrate and enjoy the sensational performances.


All welcome. Tickets $5 at the door.

Lions Club Youth of the Year

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Every year, Lions Clubs around the country host the Youth of the Year Quest, a competition that attracts students who have made significant accomplishments in leadership, sport, academics and community service. Students undertake a rigorous application process, including an interview and culminating in a speech night. Year 10 students Timothy Han, Arif Jakupi and Steven Banh participated in the event hosted by the Sunshine Lions Club on 19th October, and competed against students from Marian College.

The students were challenged with impromptu questions covering the future of energy sources in Australia and the impacts of technology on social interconnection. Each student then presented a prepared speech on a topic of their choice. Steven spoke about self-belief and delivered a passionate plea to encourage faith in others; Timothy argued eloquently on integrating film engineering in school studies; and Arif posed a challenging perspective on the ethics of stem cell research.

Braybrook College achieved an incredible sweep of the awards, with Arif being crowned both the Best Public Speaker and the overall Youth of the Year award. Timothy was recognised as the runner-up.

Congratulations on a wonderful achievement, and we look forward to seeing Arif in the next round in March 2018.

Newsboys Foundation Youth Leadership Award

Newsboys Foundation Leadership

On October 11th, Year 12 student David Trevorrow received the Newsboys Foundation Youth Leadership Award as part of the Victorian Student Representative Council Recognition Awards. David went through a rigorous selection and interview process, in which he proudly and boldly pitched his proposals to promote student voice in schools. David has accomplished many significant milestones, including writing the SRC Charter and Student Voice Platform, commissioning new branding for the SRC and implementing programs for new students. David was recognised at the ceremony with a video exhibiting his achievements, and he received the award from Education Minister James Merlino.

Mr Merlino’s plan to incorporate student voice into school decision-making processes is recognised in David’s efforts over the past several years at Braybrook College. David later went on air on ABC News Breakfast to discuss this monumental shift in student representation in schools.

David’s finalist spotlight video can be viewed at the VicSRC Channel here.