George Pyers, from the class of ’56, gets a tour of the school from year 7 student Cindy. Picture: MARK STEWART WHEN St Albans Secondary College first opened its gates, there was a cow paddock next door and students walked to school on dirt tracks. Last week, three former students – Andy Kratsis, George Pyers and Lana Malakunas –… Read More

DESIGN BY LANUOLA TIMOTEO OF YEAR 11   St Albans Secondary College design students know how to turn a head or two. The school stole the show at last week’s Fashion Awards Australia, taking out the school cup for their daring designs, including this dress and matching feathered head gear.… Read More

St Albans Secondary College has walked away from this year’s Fashion Awards Australia with the event’s school cup for the fifth consecutive year. Students, including My, who designed the dress worn by model Angelic (left) and Anh and Casey all excelled at the awards. ST ALBANS Secondary College students have… Read More

Ms Krstevski, 18, received the People’s Choice award and Mr Lam, 19, was presented with first prize. TWO talented teenagers have been recognised for artworks they created to mark 40 years of the Rotary Club of Brimbank Central. St Albans Secondary College Year 12 students Kelbin Lam and Monika Krstevski… Read More

A GROUP of talented teenagers from St Albans Secondary College stepped into the spotlight for a big theatrical show last week. Chris as the caterpillar and Czarina as the Cheshire Cat performed in Alice@Wonderland last week. Students from the school’s Musical Appreciation Club, known as MAC, staged Alice@Wonderland for three… Read More

The Smith Family has launched an iTrack program in Brimbank. The iTrack initiative matches students, such as Elmira, Andrew and Dung, in secondary schools with adult mentors from a range of professions. The volunteer mentors give students advice, guidance and encouragement on future career and study paths. The students communicate… Read More

A St Albans author is all smiles because a book she co-edited has been shortlisted for a national award. Amra Pajalic and Victoria University lecturer Demet Divaroren spent two years working on Coming of Age: Growing up Muslim in Australia, which explores the experiences of 12 people – including a… Read More