We value our relationship with all of our students, past and present. When you have finished your course at Brock we really hope you will keep in touch.
We’d love to hear about your achievements and what you’re doing now, please share your story with us via the contact information given below.
Brockenhurst College has provided quality education for one hundred years. We are immensely proud of our academic reputation and the success of our students throughout the years.
Education has changed a great deal in one hundred years but Brock’s ambition remains the same – to enhance lives through learning. This is supported by dedicated teaching staff, excellent facilities and a unique environment where everyone is encouraged and enabled to achieve their goals.
The success of our students is evidenced as they progress to higher education and a range of careers, each of them making a positive contribution to society.
Brock 100 commemorative Yearbook
To mark our centenary, the Brock 100 commemorative Yearbook is now available.
The Yearbook is a tribute to the College’s rich history and includes many historical photographs, Alumni memories and other events throughout the decades.
To order your copy at a cost of £5.00, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All contributions will help the Brock 100 fundraising campaign, launched to support the building of a new Student Centre, which will provide a stimulating environment for the College’s students of the future.
Buy a Brick for Brock
To mark our centenary, we launched a fundraising campaign to raise £100,000 to secure a lasting legacy for our future students.
This is in the form of a new state-of-the-art Student Centre, planned to support our commitment to excellence in education for the next 100 years.
If you would like to support this campaign you can donate by sending a cheque (payable to Brockenhurst College) to:
All those contributing will be recognised on a virtual online wall and those able to contribute sums over £100 will be offered the opportunity to be recognised on a commemorative plaque displayed within the new centre.