Growing in character and substance at PLC

Distinction: What distinguishes PLC Armidale from other schools is its culture of learning, the beautiful gardens and tranquil environment.
Distinction: What distinguishes PLC Armidale from other schools is its culture of learning, the beautiful gardens and tranquil environment.

There are schools, then there are schools. Each school in NSW operates in accord with the requirements of the regulatory authority.

Each school delivers a curriculum, the subjects offered at which may vary. What does differentiate schools? It is not just the buildings or uniform, not just the experiences, but its individual culture and environment along with ultimately its graduates.

What sets PLC Armidale apart from every other school is more than the distinctive bottle green blazer and tartan uniform, but the intangibles.

What distinguishes PLC Armidale is its culture of learning, the beautiful gardens and tranquil environment which is conducive to study and student engagement, and most of all, the high calibre of students who graduate each September.

The PLC Armidale graduate is humble in her achievements, has integrity and empathy in all she does, is a respectful and resilient leader in her community, and above all else is a woman of faith, character and substance, no matter what area of expertise, influence or career.

When choosing a school for your daughter, whether she be ready for Kindergarten or Year 7 in 2018, start with the end in mind and select a school which can provide more than just the minimum.

To find out more about the opportunity to experience a PLC Armidale education, contact enrolments manager Sally McCook on 6770 1727.

This story Growing in character and substance at PLC first appeared on The Northern Daily Leader.