BRAEMAR COLLEGE, The First Decade,

By: Don Garden

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Braemar College, Woodend, Victoria, Australia - first edition, 1986. harcover, 10" x 7", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Maroon cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, light-brown endpapers, 57 b&w photographs, list of students, staff, board etc, index. Braemar College is a new Christian Community school situated in the Macedon Ranges, outside Melbourne, Australia. It opened in 1976 in premises which had been used for nearly 60 years by the presigious Clyde girls' boarding school. This book records the remarkable succes of staff & students in its first ten years.

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