Facilities: State-of-the-art technology suites, performing arts centre including modern tiered theatre and dance studio, gymnasium, modern science laboratories, art technology wing and senior student study centre feature among the many impressive college facilities. The extensive computer network, together with strategically positioned techno pods, ensures student access to global technologies from all classrooms.
Curriculum: Proven success at VCE testifies to the effectiveness of the teaching and learning strategies adopted by the college. Years 7 to 10 students access studies in all Key Learning Areas. Extension, enrichment and support programs ensure successful transition to the VCE. ACE (the college accelerated learning program) operates parallel to the mainstream program and challenges students to complete the Years 7 to 10 curriculum in three years. A broad VCE program includes VET, Pathways and University Enhancement courses and prepares students for tertiary studies. A strong ESL program supports international students. The school also offers a specialist French program for both native and non-native speakers in Years 7 to 10.
Sport: The school pursues a range of inter-school and house sports, basketball and weightlifting clubs.
Extra-curricular activities: Education of the whole person is a college priority. The extra-curricular program focuses on the development of students’ individual talents and potential, builds confidence and teaches many important life skills. The program includes clubs and competitions such as chess and debating, drama and performance including large scale musical production, instrumental music tuition, performance ensembles and bands, sport, cultural and social events, camps and international trips. Students are encouraged and provided with many opportunities to develop their leadership skills through the student leadership program.
Student wellbeing programs: A student wellbeing co-ordinator, school psychologist and nurse provide support to students and families. The Pathways co-ordinator guides students in determining pathways to further study and career realisation. Work experience and work education programs further assist students to make informed choices. Multicultural aides work with international students to improve English language skills.
|Day/boarding||Day and Boarding|
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |
03 9571******* 03 9571 7838
: 03 95******* : 03 9571 0079
|Address||76 Booran Road, Caulfield East 3145|