Rivers Kadina principal: We wish all of you the best of luck
2016 MARKS the first of many years of Rivers College graduates.
Executive principal Greg Smith said he was thrilled to work in an educational organisation that provides so many opportunities for secondary students.
"These opportunities are evident in the very broad curriculum that is now available to the senior students at the college," he said.
Lismore Campus principal Nigel Brito echoed his sentiment noting that there are significantly more opportunities and activities available to all students through the combination of the three schools.
"The schools are working collaboratively around pastoral care programs and extra-curricular activities such as the MADD night and last year's musical," Nigel said.
"We wish all of The Rivers Secondary College Year 12 students the best of luck in their future endeavours."
The Rivers Secondary College, Kadina High Campus is one of three campuses of the Rivers Secondary College that has quickly grown to be recognised as a vibrant learning community.
Principal Ian Davies said: "Kadina is a place where students are supported and challenged to achieve personal success and develop lifelong learning skills.
"Kadina High promotes excellence and equity, we have high expectations, standards and rigour, strong communication lines with parents and a student welfare model of care and support."
Excellence in the arts at Kadina High was also recently acknowledged on a national level, by the Australian College of Educators, with teacher Virginia Johnstone having receiving the Inaugural Teaching Day Award for her support of students in Creative and Performing Arts.