Welcome to Booleroo Centre District School
Booleroo Centre District School has a long tradition of academic success with greater than state average tertiary entrance results and a well-deserved reputation for sporting excellence. The school is a safe, caring place and aims to meet the needs of all students. Members of staff provide support and flexible learning activities for individual students.
The school is situated within a supportive community and the school's long-standing motto, 'Strive to Excel', is well valued within the district.
Through a range of extra-curricular activities, each student has the opportunity to become a well-rounded adult who is prepared to take their place vocationally and within our society. Our students are wonderful, making Booleroo Centre District School an enviable place in which to learn and work.
Currently Booleroo Centre District School has a Christian Pastoral Support Worker on a part time basis to assist families, students and staff in a range of capacities: 2014 Trish Hooper CPSW (Click Here for an Information Brochure on Trish)
Our 2016 Student Success
In 2016 95% of our Year 12 students achieved their SACE!
(1 remains to complete in 2017)
4 of our Year 12 students received an ATAR of 90 or above on initial scores, and a further 5 students achieved an ATAR between 80-90
5 Merits were received in Research Project, English Communications and Food & Hospitality by Georgia Phillips and Amy Vogelsang.
35% of grades attained were A's and 98% were C and above
2016 Merit Ceremony held 2017
2015 Merit Ceremony held 2016
Sophie Bammann and Carla Roocke at Government House, Ella Graham (Governor's Commendation)
2017 Highlights so far
BCDS Student Representative Council - Presidents
BCDS Primary SRC Leaders
BCDS Middle and Senior SRC Leaders
BCDS Dunstan and Rogers House Captains
BCDS Dunstan House Leaders
BCDS Rogers House Leaders
Janet Arbon and Year 10 Home Ec Catering for Student Leaders Induction Day
2014 Merit Ceremony
Cassandra Mills and Christina Webb receiving their Merit Certificates at Government House, Adelaide
Tayla Hunt received two Merits, one in Food and Hospitality and one in Research Project. Tayla was unable to attend the ceremony. Congratulations to all.