SACRED Heart College has unveiled a stained-glass window laced with significance as part of stage one of its new court precinct.
The building will serve as a hub for science, technology, engineering, arts and maths (STEAM), giving students an opportunity to delve into those disciplines in a dedicated learning environment.
The stained glass window was designed by artists Kevin Foley and David Watt, who used each panel to illustrate a different element of the college and broader region from Catholic imagery and mathematical symbols to images acknowledging the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation, the first custodians of the school's land.
Sacred Heart College spokeswoman Emma Morgan said the court precinct had been established as "a place where creativity and innovation meet" and where girls would be educated for the life they would live.
Financial support for the stained glass window came from the Peggy and Leslie Cranbourne Foundation.
From: The Geelong Advertiser, Aug 11, 2017
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