My education at Brock gave me a solid grounding and taught me really important core skills; through working on projects as part of my course I developed a strong work ethic, learnt the importance of attention to detail and realised that if you want to succeed you have to put 100 per cent into whatever it is you are working on.
My highlight of studying at Brock was getting to use the amazing facilities so freely, the college productions and the staff. I had never been in a recording studio before Brock, so it was amazing to get to use the college studio so often and learn while also getting to sing
Our anniversary celebration in September 2013 launched a series of events to mark our achievements to date and to commit to our continuing success for future generations. 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.
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.
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Old School Association
The OSA was set up by Alumni who remember Brock when it was a School rather than a College (1913 – 1970).
It enables past students to reconnect and celebrate the institution’s history with an extensive display of photographs and memorabilia from across the years.
Reunions (which are held biennially) usually take place at the College on the third Friday in July (subject to changes to the College schedule). All former pupils or teachers starting before 1970 are invited to attend.
We have many photos of sports teams, mostly from the 1950s – but very little material from the 1940s or 1960s. If anyone can supply group photos – prefects, drama groups, class groups etc, we would be pleased to hear from you.