More fun than most schools, says principal
Eagle Arts and Vocational College, an alternative school in Kincumber, is offering free lifts to students to and from the Peninsula.
"We take students 13 to 18 years of age who have not felt comfortable in mainstream schools," said principal Ms Gab McIntosh of Woy Woy.
"We are one of the few alternative schools on the Central Coast and we have no fees or charges of any kind," Ms McIntosh said.
"We have a lot more sport and art then other schools and we go through to year 12.
"However, we do not offer ROSA or HSC.
"Our qualifications allow students entry into TAFE courses and TVET courses.
"Our school is more fun than most schools" she said.
"We are currently enrolling students."
Ring Donna on 0459 188 618 for an interview.
Media release, 6 Jun 2017
Gabrielle McIntosh, Eagle Arts Vocational College
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