2017 India Trip

Ten of VCC's Year Twelve graduates, along with two past students and three staff members, have set off on a trip of a lifetime to India. Read the full story here

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Member for Bendigo East, Jacinta Allan, today announced that Victory Chrsitian College is one of 38 schools across Victoria sharing in almost $50 million to build classrooms and upgrade facilities as part of the Government's Capital Funding Program for Non-Government Schools. 


The King & I (G2K) and The Jungle Book Kids

VCC presents a double production of the Jungle Book and King and I on October 26th and 27th 6:30 – 9:00pm. 

One ticket includes both shows and can be purchased by following this link https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=313241

 Jungle Book Kids will be performed by Years 3-6, and The King and I will be performed by Years 7-10 & P-2.

Thursday's performance of The King and I will be performed by Prep D and Grade 1 and Friday's performance will be performed by Prep C and Grade 2.

Single show tickets are not available. Ticket Prices: Adults: $15 Student/Child: $12 Concession/Pension: $12 Family Ticket (2 adults/2 children) = $48



Congratulations to Year 10 Students Jake Lovell and Ethan Coleman, and Jacob Coleman who graduated last year, for recently completing the MADCOW (make a difference, change our world) , MADRide.

The boys took part in the ride, cycling from Bunbury WA to Bendigo, a massive 3500km journey, helping to raise funds to break the cycle of poverty.  The boys managed raised over $6000 between them.

Click on the links to check out their rider profiles

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Jar of love

Our chapel class have been learning about love and appreciation and put this into action by writing encouraging notes. The notes were placed in a 'jar of love' and presented to Leon and Shane, our dedicated maintenance and groundskeeping team.

Check out our facebook video of the students presenting them with their 'jar of love'.










Ride, walk or scoot to school

Walk to school is an initiative of Vic Health and runs for the month of October.  Students and their families are encouraged to leave the car at home and get a taste of the benefits, ease and fun involved in choosing wheel or walk to school.

Classes will be recording who rides, walks or scoots to school.  Students who participate, and are in the top three places will be allocated house points.