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On Wednesday the 1st June 1949, the Minister for Brighton, the Hon. R. W. Tovell MLA, received a deputation from the Brighton and Sandringham Councils regarding the commencement of a high school on the Department of Education’s site at Marriage Road, Brighton. So began the chain of events that would lead to the establishment of Brighton High School in 1955.

Facts like these emerge from the pages of documents held in our Archives which in turn help to preserve the history of this College.
Our current archives consist of:

• Early issues of our yearbook Voyager and our newsletter Highlights
• Copies of School Council minutes
• a collection of photographs  of school events, personalities and infrastructure
• programs for a wide range of school activities
• a limited collection of uniform

We are grateful for donations to our Archives. Please contact us if you have any information or any archival items you would like to share or donate to us.

Our archives are located in the College’s Brennan Library at 120 Marriage Road, Brighton East 3187. Telephone: 03 9592 7488 or email at
BSC A Capella group 'Minitonic'
Minitonic performed at the Inner South East Partnerships Assembly for the Department of Planning and Development in August. They performed with so much professionalism and poise, and as a result, have been invited by the Mayor to perform at the next Citizenship Ceremony in October.  This is a huge honor and we are very proud of the group and their voice teacher Ms Bradsworth!
Click here to see a video of one of their songs, Isn’t she Lovely, by Stevie Wonder.
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