Meet and greet with new BCC Principal during ‘Students in the Spotlight’ exhibition

27 September 2019

The Bunbury Catholic College community had the opportunity to meet new Principal, Mr Michael Pepper, during the College’s annual Students in the Spotlight exhibition. 

Mr Pepper, who will commence in the role at the start of 2020, spent two days at the College and spoke with staff, students and families at the exhibition opening on Tuesday 10 September. 

Students in the Spotlight is a highlight on the College calendar, showcasing the artistic and creative talent of Marist campus students across all age groups in visual arts, media, manual arts, digital technologies and more across the Arts and Technologies learning areas. 

Former College student Keely Sheehan, who graduated in 2014, delivered the keynote address on opening night, and spoke with passion and conviction about her life and achievements since deciding to pursue a career in the arts. 

The exhibition was integral to the Marist campus’ Open Day program on Wednesday 11 September, along with a grandparents’ morning tea, a Book Fair and tours of the College facilities. 

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