What happens when our Visual Arts, Music and Creative Arts staff and students collaborate? Something truly special.
On Thursday night, our Year 12 students presented a memorable evening filled with storytelling, dance and music. The Garden Cabaret took the audience on a journey to the Secret Garden, where its magical, creatively curated growth healed sick hearts and minds.
After a brief interlude, the audience was treated to a seat on the main stage, enjoying supper while Year 12 music students confidently performed a wide range of genres from musical theatre to instrumental solos and recent hits. #education#music#barossa... See MoreSee Less
You may remember James (Jim) Smith from Faith Musicals including Oliver and The Wizard of Oz. Yesterday we welcomed Jim Smith (Class of 2009) back to the Barossa Arts Centre stage as part of State Theatre Company South Australia. Performing Euphoria, alongside fellow actor Ashton Malcolm (Alumni of Nuriootpa High School), students and staff experienced a deeply moving performance referencing themes of mental illness and suicide. It was an honour to welcome Jim back to the College and we wish both Ashton and Jim all the very best with their next project. Country Arts SA #areyouok#education#wellbeing#community... See MoreSee Less
Our Environmental Ministers attended this Summit on Wednesday to share their valuable student voice with their peers from other schools and build skills and confidence for getting their community involved in student led projects. Thanks Barossa Bushgardens! ... See MoreSee Less