Welcoming Pinnacle College as a Small Enterprise Member of the Committee for Adelaide.
Pinnacle College is a non-denominational school which was established by McYess Ltd for parents desiring a high standard of education for their children in a caring, disciplined environment, where multicultural values and principles are actively supported and nurtured. The first campus was initially established under the name of ‘Burc College’ on the 27th of January, 2005 at Gilles Plains. At that time, ‘Burc’, a Turkish word meaning ‘pinnacle’ , was chosen as a name for the college and reflected the cultural background of the students and their families.
Due to continued growth, a new campus was established at Elizabeth East for secondary students. This campus was opened in January 2010. As the school developed and expanded the school community had grown to include a wide range of cultural backgrounds. In 2016, the school changed its name to the more inclusive, Pinnacle College. Recently, in January 2019, Pinnacle College established its third campus, at Golden Grove where it caters for students from foundation to year 10.
Pinnacle College celebrates diversity and uniqueness in an innovative, supportive and inclusive learning environment. Our vision is to equip students with the confidence and skills to reach their potential and meet the challenges of the future as global citizens, leaders and innovators.
“Pinnacle College has a critical role in building bridges and connections to many Multicultural, Interfaith and educational institutions. We are pleased to be involved in the Committee for Adelaide and work collaboratively on issues of social concern or matters of social justice and intercultural understanding,” Dr Mehmet Aslan, Community Engagement Manager, Pinnacle College.
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