2018: A Year in Review

2018: A Year in Review

2018 has been another amazing year for EACS. After starting the year with the wonderful news of our best ever ATAR results, 2018 continued to provide highlight after highlight. The year also brought to pass a huge milestone, the 10th Anniversary of the foundation of our School! After 10 years of serving the community, EACS continues to show that we have a lot to celebrate.

10 Years: Recognising our history to secure future success!

10 Years: Recognising our history to secure future success!

On Monday 4 February 2008, Esperance Anglican Community School officially opened it’s doors to the community of Esperance. Starting with a class of only nine students, EACS has grown from humble beginnings and is now a respected education provider to Esperance and the surrounding regions.

10 ways the Big Picture Program prepares students for the future

10 ways the Big Picture Program prepares students for the future

There has been a lot of discussion in the education sector about how to prepare students for the future job market. The World Economic Forum has predicted that we will lose over 5 million jobs to automation by 2020. Due to technological advancements in all forms of industry, we are seeing an unprecedented level of change in the way we work.

Student Profile: The Big Picture Program in action

Student Profile: The Big Picture Program in action

By Maddilyn McGrinder, Year 9

My passion is swimming. I have chosen to participate in our school’s Big Picture Program because I enjoy being able to work on something that I love. Naturally, my Big Picture topic draws on my passion for swimming – swim coaching!

I believe having a good coach can make a big difference to your swimming achievements and whether or not you can improve as a swimmer.