Education Scholarships - APPLICATIONS FOR 2019 | NOW OPEN!
Dorset Council provides eight scholarships annually for local community members to further their education. These have been named in honour of the late Mayor Barry Jarvis, who was a strong advocate of education in Dorset. Completed application forms may be emailed to email@example.com, handed in at 3 Ellenor Street, Scottsdale or posted to PO Box 21, Scottsdale 7260 and must be received by 5:00pm on Tuesday 8 January 2019.
Congratulations to Luke James, Phoebe Singline, Theresa McGuinness, Montanna Gilroy, Shaleah Burrows, Maxwell O'Keefe (all pictured), Nikita Mitchell, Rachel Willis, Jamaya Hilder & Alice Hall (all absent from photo), who were all awarded one of the Barry Jarvis Educational Scholarships by Mayor Greg Howard in 2018.
Winnaleah District High School (see details below)
Scottsdale High School
Principal - Carolyn Watson
20 Coplestone Street, Scottsdale 7260
Tel: 03 6352 6333 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This school runs classes from Years 7-10, as well as a number of options for Years 11 and 12.
Year 11 and 12 students also utilise a daily bus service to Launceston (from both Bridport and Scottsdale) to attend the various pre-tertiary and other colleges in Launceston.
There are also comprehensive tertiary education facilities available in nearby Launceston, including the University of Tasmania, Martime College, and Polytechnic and Skills Institute.
Dorset Trade Training Centre
Offering first class training in a number of trades such as building and construction, electrotechnology, brick laying, plumbing, engineering, wood, machining, metals and automotive. It is also equipped with two modern computer laboratories that provide training for local businesses and community members in NBN technologies, and other courses such as in hospitality and business are also sometimes offered! They may be currently advertised on our Community Noticeboard, or visit http://www.scottsdalehigh.tas.edu.au/dorsettradetrainingcentre/ for further information.
University of the 3rd Age (U3A)
The Bridport U3A is a non-for-profit self-directed learning cooperative run solely by volunteers for the benefit of the community. For an annual fee of $45 (to cover insurance) you can get access to all courses offered by Bridport U3A. Aimed at over 50s or those who are retired or semi-retired, course options are limited only by your imagination. Classes are expected to start in the Bridport Hall in early June 2017, and registrations are currently being taken in person at the Bridport Pavilion, or by emailing email@example.com.