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CHARLTON COLLEGE


Founded in 1967, Charlton College is part of the North Central Cluster of schools. The college also operates the Charlton Driver Education Centre. The college’s motto is “Together We Achieve”.

Facilities: The campuses of Charlton College are situated in extensive grounds which provide a pleasant shady environment for students. The college has well-equipped classrooms, a stadium, commercial kitchen, music room, library and substantial technological equipment

Curriculum: The college has an extensive VCE curriculum which includes video-conferencing. VET and VCAL programs are offered. The VELs curriculum program applies for Years Prep to 10. In Year 9 students partake in an outdoor education and camping program.

Student welfare programs: The college has a student wellbeing co-ordinator, an anti-bullying program, drug education program, advocacy program for senior students and a chaplain.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Enrolment 170 students
Fees Free (Government School)
Phone
03 5491******* 03 5491 1280
Fax
03 5491******* 03 5491 1703
Address Box 138, (Davies and Donald Streets), Charlton 3525
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