Congratulations to students, staff and wider College community on their efforts in preparing all of the areas of the College for a very successful Open Day. It’s a considerable task to get all of the sections looking their best and showing what our students are capable of. A great deal of satisfaction can be taken from the standard of displays on the day.
I received comments throughout the day from the many parents and the large number of ex-students who were amazed at the transformation throughout the College. It was great to see many prospective students and parents visiting and enjoying the sights and the beautiful weather. Current parents have already decided what projects their sons/daughters are going to make after seeing the Trades centre display and have put in their orders. Several ex-students I spoke to wanted to re-enrol so they could take advantage of the workshops, they were quite different in their day, when saddlery and blacksmithing were the major trades courses of study.
A “thank you” to the students who were engaged in showing parents, visitors and large Primary school groups (120 students) around and explaining our unique set upso well.
I would like to send my appreciation to the kitchen staff who worked to prepare and serve the meals on the day. Approximately 600 people visited and that equates to the kitchen being very busy. There were lots of positive comments on the quality and variety of food prepared.
The highlight for many people was the opening of the College museum by Mr Bill Butler ex-student 1939/40 and long term supporter of the College and our oldest living graduate. Mr Butler gave a brief but engaging speech on the day and was happy to honoured by the ceremony. The Museum is a wonderful testament to the quality and longevity of the education provided by the College and the displays and memorabilia are outstanding.Congratulations to the Admin team and their many trusted helpers in making the“Museum Project” such a great success.
Thankyou to the many photographers on the day including Richard Whyte from Narrogin. To view some of these photos go to our Facebook page WACOANarrogin and the photo gallery on this website.

The 2018 College OPEN DAY will be held on FRIDAY 14th September from 9am - 3pm.



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