McClelland in the Media
McClelland College Basketballers feature in the Frankston Leader – 15 March
McClelland’s Intermediate Boys Basketball team of last year who came runners up in the state final featured in the Frankston Leader on the 15th March. The article was written as part of the Leaders campaign to help the college lobby the State Government for much needed funds to bring our facilities in line with others in the area.
The full article can be viewed at - http://leader.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx
McClelland College features on the front page and page 5 of the Frankston Leader – 7 March
McClelland College once again features in the Frankston Leader, this time on the front page and page 5. The articles go into some detail about the promised funding from the Government that has not yet been delivered which aims to keep the college on par with other schools in the area.
The full article can be viewed at - http://leader.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx?noredirect=true
United vision at McClelland College
Experian share leadership expertise to ensure McClelland staff have unified vision and values. Read the full article at - http://businessclass.abcn.com.au/Business_Class_news/united-vision-at-mcclelland-college/
McClelland Principal shadows Experian MD
Spending his holidays in the boardroom has been invaluable for McClelland College Principal Amadeo Ferra. Read the full article at - http://businessclass.abcn.com.au/Business_Class_news/mcclelland-principal-shadows-experian-md/
McClelland College features in the Frankston Leader
Congratulations to Emma Tadday, Praj Ajjampur, Tommy Radunkovic and Kara Galea of Year 12 who all featured in an article in the Frankston Leader on the 1st February. The article went into some depth about their aspirations for 2016 and beyond. We wish them the best of luck for the year ahead. The full article can be viewed at - http://leader.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx?noredirect=true
McClelland College and Life Gate’s The Colour of Hope Exhibition wins Frankston City Council Community Event of the Year Award for 2016
Connect students took part in this program in 2015, which culminated in an Art exhibition in December 2015. The students created some truly brilliant art collections and we are very proud of their efforts and the positive effect the program has had on their overall studies and attitude to learning.
Connect teacher, Miss Danielle Harry, was invited to the Australia Day presentation and proudly accepted the award along with Lifegate staff. Our Member for Parliament Paul Edbrook has also commented on McClelland’s success in social media https://www.facebook.com/PaulforFrankston/?fref=ts
Program lets young teens experiment with street art
Drum roll celebrates sensational gift
A Hands on experience
Pyne courts crossbench votes as deadline looms
Victorian teachers shine on award night
Candidates announce funding for McClelland College
Both the incumbent independant member Geoff Shaw and Liberal candidate Sean Armistead have committed around 4.5 Million Dollars to the upgrade / replacement of our aging gym facilities.
2015 Monash Extension Program
Brereton takes on 'Principal for the Day'
McClelland College helps Break the Barriers
Volunteer Philip Holt will take the reins as controller at Frankston SES
Students from Yarrabah in Far North Queensland visit McClelland College in Frankston to celebrate Reconciliation Week
Frankston's McClelland College: Students perform class acts
Global interest in hands-on student retention scheme
McCelland College turns its performance around
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