It is a real pleasure to join you at this Skyline Education Foundation Chair’s Reception to celebrate the Skyline students and scholars, the schools and educational partners and the generous donors and sponsors who enable it all. I’m very lucky, I work in a world of givers and change-agents, where everyone is striving to deliver positive change for people, communities and the environment. Like you, I get to see the

After an intensive application and selection process, the Skyline Board are thrilled to offer 43 students a bursary place for 2018-19.  Students from the Melbourne and Geelong programs were welcomed to the Skyline family at induction sessions in December. Once again, Nick Gordon graciously hosted the Melbourne induction at Evans & Partners.  Having new students meet for the first time in such a beautiful setting is always a fabulous occasion,

The September student workshops continued to focus on the theme of transitions.  For the Year 12 students this was their final opportunity to discuss course selections and career choices with our Program Manager, Olwyn Gray, and career advisor from the CEAV, Briony Penrose. The Year 11 students focused on preparing for the year ahead, which included discussions around subject choices for Year 12.  In Melbourne, the current Year 12 students

Skyline was invited to be part of the East Malvern Bendigo Bank Melbourne Racing Club Foundation Race Day on 23rd September at Caulfield Racecourse.  Skyline was one of 19 charities who took part in a day designed to raise awareness of the work done by local charities and to raise money to support their causes. Skyline had a marquee on the concourse where families and punters were able to find

During the July school holidays, all students from Melbourne and Geelong attended a full-day student workshop led by career counsellors from the Career Education Association of Victoria (CEAV), who expanded on the work that was undertaken during residential camps.  The workshops focused on career guidance, using micro skills for listening, questioning and establishing friendships with peers. Year 11 students were provided with the opportunity to take part in the Morrisby

ME Bank generously donated their fabulous offices on the 28th floor of the Melbourne Central tower for Skyline’s 2017 Chairman’s Reception .  This was the perfect setting to celebrate the end of Skyline’s 10th year Anniversary Expansion Appeal, as well as to farewell our retiring Chair, Dr Peter Hollingworth, and welcome new Chair, Katrina Reynen. The room had a fabulous buzz of students past and present who mingled with supporters


May 2017

Donor Event

Skyline supporter, Peter Arvanitis, hosted an evening cocktail event on the last Friday in April to raise money for the Skyline Education Foundation.  The event was well attended by current and prospective donors who were treated to some moving speeches by Skyline Alumna, Mai Tran, current Year 12 student, Andreas Zakhari, and Ian Phillips of I & J Management Services, who undertake Skyline’s external evaluations. Those in attendance were thankful of

Skyline congratulated the Skyline Class of 2016 at their graduation ceremony held on the 16th March at Trinity College at The University of Melbourne.  Once again, this auspicious location was donated to Skyline by Campbell Bairstow, Dean of Trinity College, and once again, it provided the perfect landscape to celebrate the achievements of Skyline’s talented and inspirational young people. The graduating class was represented by Chi Vu who gave a