The dictionary defines ‘prospectus’ as: a printed booklet advertising a school or university to potential parents or students or giving details of a share offer for the benefit of investors. We believe you don’t need a printed booklet with fancy photos to understand Hillbrook. Read on to find out why.
“It is our collective and individual responsibility to preserve and tend to the world in which we all live.’
At Hillbrook we take the view that a glossy printed book will not give you the sense of who and what Hillbrook stands for, so we’ve decided not to publish one. We dare to be different.
Our website contains all the information, and a lot more, than a prospectus. The really good news is we don’t harm the planet sharing it with you this way.
If you would like to know more about Hillbrook give us a call, come to an Open Day or read one of the issues of Connections below. This magazine takes a deeper look into what happens at Hillbrook and will give you more insight than a set of carefully chosen professional photographs.
Now don’t get us wrong – our school and students look amazing in the photos, and we encourage you to look at them on this website. We also encourage you to go on a virtual tour here. However, nothing is as good as walking through the school when you experience one of our Hillbrook in Action Open Days held each term.
Our biannual magazine for our School community. Connections is designed to ‘connect’ you with:
- the Hillbrook culture
- the voices of our students, past students, teachers and parents
- our philosophies and values
- the stories of Hillbrook.
You can read some of our recent additions here.
‘Stories are a communal currency of humanity’