ABOUT BELRIDGE SECONDARY COLLEGE
Belridge Secondary College opened in 1991 and is a world class facility with architectural award winning buildings located on Ocean Reef Road, Beldon, and some 25 kilometres NNW of Perth.
The educational facilities include a fully integrated wireless computer network linking students to the world. Computer laboratories in the technical graphic, visual art, information technology and library areas complement mini computing laboratories in each learning area. Students have access to the air-conditioned classrooms, library and performing arts centre. The state-of-the-art Technology and Enterprise learning area has facilities such as a motors and marine workshop, catering facilities and business office equipment. The sporting facilities include a full-size gymnasium, fitness centre, climbing wall and extensive basketball, tennis, netball, hockey, soccer, football, and cricket grounds.
Combined with these modern facilities, Belridge SC has highly qualified staff, who promote the school priorities of teaching and leadership, successful students, specialist and elite programs and sustainable environmental practice.
Belridge SC has two Department of Education approved specialist programs – the BSC Cricket Academy and the BSC Fashion & Design program. Students from any area in Western Australia can apply to join these successful and prestigious programs. Belridge SC’s intake area includes Beldon, Connolly, Craigie Heights, Currambine, Edgewater, Eddystone, Heathridge, Joondalup, Poseidon and Springfield schools.
Students receive support from the Pastoral Care team. High academic standards enable the school to have a high graduation rate with most students gaining placements into university and/or Technical and Further Education (TAFE). To enable students to study relevant courses, Belridge SC offers most Tertiary Entrance Examination subjects and many other subjects leading to entrance to TAFE and/or employment.
Belridge SC’s strong links with the community is reflected in a very progressive and supportive School Board, parent volunteer group and links with the Northbridge Rotary Club.
The school’s successes in the Rock Eisteddfod, drama productions and national competitions in many subjects attest to the commitment, skill and professionalism of the staff. The school’s holistic education program affirms and reflects the values of our society.