Welcome to Trafalgar High School

2014 School Production 

This years School Production is a collection of monologues and short dramatic and comedic scenes based on the theme of Australian’s at War. Guests will be immersed in the theatrical experience throughout the night with “ration” food provided on each table for guests to enjoy. “Cabaret” seating is the layout for the evening to ensure guests feel the full effect of the night.

Date & Venue Change: Please note that the date and venue has been changed to Thursday 16th & Friday 17th October to be held at the Trafalgar Public Hall at 7:00pm

 

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From the Principal's Desk

17th Ocotber, 2014

  Last Thursday and Friday night, I had the privilege to once again be part of the  2014 Debutante Ball which was held over two nights. This year the evening was  held at the Premier Function Centre in Traralgon with 15 couples being presented each evening. The new venue assisted in the overall ambiance of the evenings. All students are to be congratulated on not only the fantastic way they all looked but their excellent behaviour on the evening and leading up to the event.  There were many proud family and friends in attendance and it is always lovely to see the students enjoying themselves in such a family environment. This is one of the very special things about the Trafalgar High School Deb, to see grandparents dancing with their grandchildren and young siblings, nieces and nephews all part of the celebrations. This year there was one family with four generations in attendance, what special memories they will have.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank our Year 10 Coordinator Mr. Anthony Wilson and Deb Committee members for the many hours of tireless work they put in to make the evening so successful.

A consortium of Gippsland Principals met last week to discuss the new program for Secondary Schools in the Baw Baw region called “B.A (Bachelor of Arts) for Baw Baw”. This program is being launched through Federation University and as of next year will provide and support alternate pathways for University for students within our network. It will offer additional options for students to access further education which will be based at the Baw Baw skills Trade Training Centres.

 

 

 Jane Mersey

Principal