The Parents & Friends Association (PFA) exists to support the College by fostering an inclusive, welcoming atmosphere within the College. It conducts a number of activities for community building and fundraising.

The committee meets monthly during school terms.

The PFA gratefully welcomes new members.

Meetings start at 7:00pm and are held at either the:

Broadmeadows Kerrsland Boardroom at the Broadmeadow Campus (the historical building in the middle of the College)

or in the Glenroy Staffroom at the Glenroy Campus (enter via gate on Pengana Ave)

2020 Meeting Dates

Term 1 – in the staff room at the Glenroy Campus

Monday 3rd February
Monday 2nd March

Term 2 – in the Kerrsland Building at the Broadmeadows Campus

Monday 4th May
Monday 1st June

Term 3 – in the Kerrsland Building at the Broadmeadows Campus

Monday 3rd August
Monday 7th September

Term 4 – in the Kerrsland Building at the Broadmeadows Campus

Monday 5th October
AGM – Monday 7th December

Parent / Guardian Volunteer roles

Parent involvement has been shown to improve student’s success rates at school and promotes greater awareness between the College and each family.

To express an interest in attending a meeting or to volunteer to participate in any committee, please contact Rob Dullard or Melissa Fry on (03) 9301 2790 or email: or


The PFA provide scholarships to benefit the students within the College community. The Scholarship program recognises and encourages students who strive for excellence in a wide range of disciplines, and believes that it is important that students develop:

Skills of creativity;

  • A spirit of enquiry;
  • Self-discipline;
  • Critical awareness;
  • A sense of community;
  • Skills in leadership; and
  • A desire for academic excellence.

We endeavour to support students by providing a number of Scholarships each year for the following categories:

  • Personal Endeavour
  • Co-curricular
  • Academic Excellence
  • Community Spirit

The Scholarships are for $400 each to assist with the payment of school fees or the purchase of school books and uniform.

Students in Years 7 – 11 may apply for a scholarship for the following year.

Application forms are available to students late Term 3.