The Ukrainian School in North Melbourne published new updates to recent school year. You can check it on the school web
The school was founded by the Most Reverend Ivan Prasko on the 28th of July 1951 and was originally located in St Augustine’s Church Hall in Bourke Street, Melbourne. On the 14th of February 1976, the school moved to new premises, built by the parish community. Ten classrooms and a staffroom were located on the ground floor level as part of the Parish Hall building. In September 2009, the Eparchial Council relocated the school to refurbished rooms under the Cathedral. It is the largest Ukrainian School in Australia, catering for students from Kindergarten to Year 12 VCE. Last year there was an enrolment of 90 students, a staff of 11 language teachers and 4 teachers of Religious Education.
New Updates to download