Situated close to public transport in Mitcham, the college aims to help students become independent learners who have developed the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to meet the challenges of adult life. Education at Mullauna College reflects an awareness of individual needs combined with the pursuit of academic excellence. Uniform is compulsory.
Facilities: Purpose-built facilities designed to support quality teaching and learning, well-equipped science and technology centres, computer laboratories and pods with internet access, well-equipped library, Performing Arts Centre, Instrumental Music Centre, double-court sports complex incorporating basketball, netball, volleyball and badminton courts, as well as gymnastics and weight-training facilities, well-maintained cricket oval and soccer pitch including baseball diamond, attractive grounds and gardens, student services and careers centre, VCE common room, art, photography and darkroom facilities and a Multimedia Centre.
Curriculum: A range of subjects in the key disciplines is offered. High Achiever Groups operate in Maths and English for Years 7 to 10. In Year 10, students specialise in a learning area of special interest, laying the foundation for future career pathways. Talented students undertake VCE subjects in their areas of expertise. Languages offered are German and Indonesian. Thirty-five VCE subjects are offered. Students are also able to select from a number of VET courses offered through the Mullum Cluster.
Sport: Sport education is a valued core component of the curriculum in Years 7 to 10, with a wide range of sporting activities provided for all students.
Extra-curricular activities: These include extensive leadership and participation programs, Connect program, instrumental music (wide variety of ensembles, both choral and instrumental), interschool and intra-school sporting competitions, debating and public speaking competitions, theatre production, multicultural festival, arts festival, art exhibition, camps and tours.
Student welfare programs: The college has established clear standards and expectations of student behaviour. These have been developed to set positive goals for students and to ensure a consistent approach to student management. Student co-ordinators, welfare co-ordinator, careers advisor and a school nurse are available to support students.