The new Secondary Campus is easy to find. Just follow the map from Primary.
The 2016 Graduating Year 12 Students depart the college for the final time. After an emotional farewell ceremony the College lined Victory Way as the Graduates walked it for the last time as students at Austin Cove Baptist College.
Year 12 students are preparing for their lives' next exciting chapter as they complete their schooling shortly.
The official ACBC Year 12 Gaduation Ceremony will be held on Tuesday the 25th of October at Lakes Theatre, Mandurah from 7pm. Everyone is welcome.
Federal member for Canning Andrew Hastie with Austin Cove Baptist College Secondary Principal Orlando dos Santos cutting the ribbon and offically declaring the new permanent site in Austin Lakes Open!
The Secondary Campus came alive to the carnival sounds of food and fun as students marked RUOK Day. Yellow was worn somewhere by many students and all were encouraged to think about the issues surrounding suicide in our community.
Staff and students were in the perfect place to be on a hot summers' day as team factions cheered for their champions at the 2016 Annual Austin Cove Baptist College Senior Inter-house Swimming Carnival.
Participation was great again this year as most found a way to contribute... some in more vital ways than others! Lunch was prepared, BBQ-style by Mr Casey and assistant, who cooked for the entire senior college.
As staff and students cooled off in the fantastic 50 metre pool at Mandurah's newest Aquatic facility, known locally as "The MARC", officials keep cool in the shade... or even air-conditioned comfort... as they tallied the results.
The College Radio Station - ACFM, which is soon to be expanding its' coverage from South Yunderup and Ravenswood into Pinjarra, had Year 10 Reporter, and Student Station Manager, Claudia Bakitch on the job!
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The Peel has a new FM Radio Station, ACFM which broadcasts a variety of great music and information to its' listeners in Ravenswood, North and South Yunderup, and now has licenses in Pinjarra and Mandurah which will soon be on the air! What listeners may not realise is that ACFM broadcasts from Austin Cove Baptist College and the announcers are students!
Year 10 student Claudia Bakitch is the newly appointed Station Manager and is busy recruiting and training more students to get on the air.
The Primary and Secondary College turned out together for the historic 2016 College photo... the last with the two colleges together on the original Inlet Blvd. campus.
The new Secondary Campus is looking fantastic and staff and students are settling in well. There is still much to do but spirits are high as challenges continue to be met and overcome.
Hi, my name is EMILY GREY. I’m in Year 4C and my teacher is Mr Rankin. I started at Austin Cove Baptist College in Kindy, in 2011. When I am older I would like to be a Classroom or Sports Teacher. At school I like playing Sport and doing Physical Education. (Emily is the Fly Champion in Mr Newby’s Sport’s class) At home I love my trampoline and bouncing on it. I enjoy reading books. (Especially “Max and Liz” stories) I like the cool colours, green, blue and yellow too.
Austin Cove Baptist College 6V class have worked incredibly hard to produce this video, based on the book Holes by Louis Sachar. The students really enjoyed reading the book because it is essentially about young people like themselves; trying to find themselves, trying to fit in, learning from their mistakes, developing their characters and finding purpose.
Primary recently enjoyed a fun-filled day of Athletics at Sir Ross McClarty Oval in Pinjarra.
Primary Science Week was an exciting time in Primary as students made new and exciting discoverys with practical demonstrations throughout the week.
A huge thanks to the Forum Shopping Centre in Mandurah for the donation of play equipment to Primary.
As renovations get underway at the shopping centre, the surplus structure was dismantled and brought to Austin Cove by a dedeicated and heroric group of parents.
Primary enjoyed the Constable Care Puppet Show recently as they learned more about safety and doing the right thing.
Primary Deputy Principal of Curriculm Janine Venter is passionate about providing the very best learning opportunities for Primary students of all abilities.
Recently the Kindy students enjoyed a visit from "Farm Yard Friends".
There were ducks, chickens, lambs, piglets, llama, and even a wayward goat, who's attempt to escape was thwarted by a brave Dad.
While Upper Primary went to Pinjarra for the swimming carnival, the Lower Primary, with some willing parents, stayed at school and had a heap of fun with water.
Miss Yapp's Year 5 and 6 students, with help from parents, have created a "Sensory Garden" on the old demountables site. The creativity of many has transformed what was a wasteland into an interesting and interactive garden.
Austin Cove Baptist College in South Yunderup, a co-educational college, commenced in February 2011. Situated in the Austin Lakes development just east of Mandurah, it provides a high standard of education in a safe, caring and positive environment within a Christian context.
The College began with 351 students in February 2011 from Kindergarten to Year 8 and has quickly grown to 630 students from Kindergarten to Year 11. The College progressed to Year 12 in 2015. When fully developed we will will cater for 450 students in the Primary School and 760 students in the Secondary school.
The College Motto, "Run With Endurance", comes from a larger statement, "...let us run with endurance the race that is set before us..."(Hebrews 12:1) and relates to the journey that students have to undertake during their school years. At Austin Cove Baptist College, Parents, Teachers and Students are a dedicated team to help every student achieve success.