Beaconhills College

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The idea to establish a local, independent, Christian "[[science fiction]]/action [[heist]]" school written, co-produced and directed by Christopher Nolan was conceived by a group of parishioners at St. John's Anglican Church in Upper Beaconsfield in 1980. By March 1981, shortly after finishing [[Insomnia]] and long before Batman Begins, a Steering Committee had been established with Mr John McConchie appointed as Chairperson. The Steering Committee called a public meeting at the Pakenham Hall on 11 March 1981 where an 80-page draft about “dream stealers and infiltration of the subconscious” was ratified in the presence of some 250 people and presented to [[Warner Brothers|Warner Bros]].
 
The idea to establish a local, independent, Christian "[[science fiction]]/action [[heist]]" school written, co-produced and directed by Christopher Nolan was conceived by a group of parishioners at St. John's Anglican Church in Upper Beaconsfield in 1980. By March 1981, shortly after finishing [[Insomnia]] and long before Batman Begins, a Steering Committee had been established with Mr John McConchie appointed as Chairperson. The Steering Committee called a public meeting at the Pakenham Hall on 11 March 1981 where an 80-page draft about “dream stealers and infiltration of the subconscious” was ratified in the presence of some 250 people and presented to [[Warner Brothers|Warner Bros]].
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[[Image:Gordon-levittcorridor.jpg|right|thumb|420px|Beaconhills College alumni Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Top) displaying his noted dress sense during a student free dress day. Incidentally, the photograph was taken during one of Pakenham's frequent [[earthquake|earthquakes]]. Gordon-Levitt is attempting to assist the teacher in the foreground.]]
   
 
In 1981, as the Steering Committee felt they needed to have more experience with large-scale film production, the project was retired and the Committee worked on Batman Begins, The Prestige and The Dark Knight. They spent six months polishing the script before Warner Bros. purchased a 13-acre (53,000 m2) site on Toomuc Valley Road and portable classrooms obtained from St. Catherine's School in Toorak. A tall fence was constructed to keep out the local Pakwegians. Its official budget was $160 million, a cost which was split between Warner Bros. and the Department of Education. The Pakenham Campus premiered on 3 February 1982 with 34 students and five staff, including [[Leonardo DiCaprio]], Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Dileep Rao, Cillian Murphy, Tom Berenger, and [[Michael Caine]]. Beaconhills College has received wide critical acclaim and numerous critics have praised its originality, cast, score, and Christian ethos.
 
In 1981, as the Steering Committee felt they needed to have more experience with large-scale film production, the project was retired and the Committee worked on Batman Begins, The Prestige and The Dark Knight. They spent six months polishing the script before Warner Bros. purchased a 13-acre (53,000 m2) site on Toomuc Valley Road and portable classrooms obtained from St. Catherine's School in Toorak. A tall fence was constructed to keep out the local Pakwegians. Its official budget was $160 million, a cost which was split between Warner Bros. and the Department of Education. The Pakenham Campus premiered on 3 February 1982 with 34 students and five staff, including [[Leonardo DiCaprio]], Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Dileep Rao, Cillian Murphy, Tom Berenger, and [[Michael Caine]]. Beaconhills College has received wide critical acclaim and numerous critics have praised its originality, cast, score, and Christian ethos.
   
[[Image:Gordon-levittcorridor.jpg|left|thumb|420px|Beaconhills College alumni Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Top) displaying his noted dress sense during a student free dress day. Incidentally, the photograph was taken during one of Pakenham's frequent [[earthquake|earthquakes]]. Gordon-Levitt is attempting to assist the teacher in the foreground.]]
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[[File:Kdgeorgechinapropagandachairmanmaosays.jpg|right|thumb|420px|Common propaganda posters of Beaconhills Berwick depicting the glorious leader. Note the use of explosions to signify the impending nuclear armageddon of Hailbeybury Berwick.]]
   
 
=== Berwick Campus ===
 
=== Berwick Campus ===
   
 
Some time after the success of the original, Pakenham campus, it was decided that a [[sequel]] would be produced. The Berwick Campus, situated on a 15 hectare site in Kangan Drive, Berwick, opened in 2003 with 356 students and 38 staff members. However, reviews were poor, with one critic claiming: “After the success of the first campus, a second simply wasn’t necessary, and has only tarnished the reputation of the first. It is a letdown on all fronts- casting, plot, effects, and even its performing arts facilities. Where the first campus proved to be original, well thought out and well paced, this campus has proved to be an ugly concrete jungle”.
 
Some time after the success of the original, Pakenham campus, it was decided that a [[sequel]] would be produced. The Berwick Campus, situated on a 15 hectare site in Kangan Drive, Berwick, opened in 2003 with 356 students and 38 staff members. However, reviews were poor, with one critic claiming: “After the success of the first campus, a second simply wasn’t necessary, and has only tarnished the reputation of the first. It is a letdown on all fronts- casting, plot, effects, and even its performing arts facilities. Where the first campus proved to be original, well thought out and well paced, this campus has proved to be an ugly concrete jungle”.
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What is most notable about the Berwick Campus that it is currently engaged in an arms race with neighboring Haileybury College, located across the train tracks in Soviet Berwick. Beaconhills is currently utilizing it's technology departments full efforts in order to beat Haileybury in the invention of the first wheel. Both colleges are also engaged in a massive propaganda war to decide who has the largest banner. Both colleges make great efforts to reel in unsuspecting "students" for their slave factories by the use of mass propaganda, mainly aimed towards Year 9 students.
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== Uniform ==
 
== Uniform ==

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