Evaluating the impact of a Youth Worker in the classroom has on education outcomes for students at Melbourne City Mission’s (MCM) Hester Hornbrook Academy (HHA) was the goal of a research project led by Victorian University.
Our residency at 244 Flinders Street is coming to an end. We’re on to bigger and better things!
Students from The Hester Hornbrook Academy displayed their talents at last week’s HesterFest.
Today Principal of the Hester Hornbrook Academy Dave Wells and two students of the Hester Hornbrook Academy shared their ideas about improving school careers advice at a public hearing for the Victorian Government Inquiry.
Over 45 guests, mostly from the youth services sector, attended an information session in Sunshine to hear first-hand about The Hester Hornbrook Academy, Melbourne City Mission’s new school.
Melbourne City Mission is proud to announce that approval was granted for Melbourne Academy to become an Independent School. Going forward the Melbourne Academy will be known as The Hester Hornbrook Academy, an Independent school run by our organisation.
On Thursday 8 December 2016, the Melbourne Academy End of Year Celebration took place at the beautiful Fitzroy Town Hall.
A young student who once missed months of high school due to bullying has graduated from Melbourne City Mission’s Melbourne Academy, and been offered a place at Victoria University (VU).
Students from our Melbourne Academy Young Mums' Maribyrnong classroom, who are currently working towards completing their Intermediate VCAL, recently took a trip to the Melbourne Holocaust Museum and Anne Frank Exhibition as part of their studies.