Northern Bay Challenge

When the Northern Bay College Challenge was launched there was significant community interest and an overwhelming generosity from corporate and individual donors. Each donation, large or small has contributed to our achievements in making a difference to individual students, whole families, and the general well-being of the college. Combining with government funding strategies to allow students at Northern Bay College to realise their significant potential.

We have made a difference over the past four years in a number of areas including environments, learning spaces, teaching and learning programs and student retention. The journey to deliver quality educational outcomes across our school community is rewarding to those of us with a passion for enhancing opportunities for young people.

College Leadership and staff will continue the journey but as you have read there are so many opportunities to further ensure student successes which are beyond school or family funding. The ‘Challenge’ for Northern Bay College has always been to maximise the potential of the community – from staff and families to CEO’s and Business leaders, and from the school grounds to the suburbs, state and beyond. A college supported by the whole community.

How can you support The Challenge?

1. Financial contributions, donations and bequests will always be needed to fund initiatives.

2. Contact the Board if you know potential partners for employment pathways partnerships, apprenticeships, work experience etc.

3. Consider within your Network if a colleague, relation or friend is in a position to be Challenge Club Member who could give a few hours a semester to mentor a young student whose experiences have limited access to adult expertise.

A sincere thanks to our supporters from the Northern Bay Challenge Committee

Chair: Ken Harrison AM KSI

College Principal: Scott Diamond

Tax Deductible Donations can be made through The Geelong Community Foundation using this form.

Northern Bay College GCF Donation eform 2021