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NOBLE PARK SECONDARY COLLEGE


Situated close to Noble Park station, the college provides all students with access to a comprehensive curriculum. Structured accountability is emphasised. Development of self-esteem is encouraged by offering a wide range of opportunities in academic, sporting, cultural and college service areas. Uniform is compulsory.

Facilities: The college has five computer laboratories, a large hall, gymnasium, extensive playing fields, horticulture complex, excellent technology facilities, a first-class music centre and a modern, fully computerised library. All students have internet access.

Curriculum: The college offers the widest range of subjects in the surrounding district. Both core and elective subjects are offered in Years 7 to 12 and foreign languages are taught to Year 12 (Japanese and German). Innovative programs operate in ESL, Work Experience and Environmental Education. Every student has an individual access code to the networked computers. A large range of VCE programs is offered including VET and VCAL. Pathway links to TAFE and other tertiary institutions are in place.

Sport: Offered at all levels with a broad choice of activities and participation in a variety of inter-school sporting competitions. All students are assigned to one of four houses for sporting and other activities.

Extra-curricular activities: Lunchtime activities include computer club, fitness and weightlifting, instrumental music and college choir. There is an annual ball, valedictory dinner, speech night and college theatrical production. Debating and public speaking take place regularly. All students of maths and English are encouraged to enter statewide and other competitions. Excursions and camps are a feature. International exchange programs are encouraged. The college hosts visits from students at Shinminato High School in Japan biennially and students from Noble Park visit Japan every other year.

Student welfare programs: Strong welfare and support programs ensure students’ needs (particularly during transition period in Year 7) are attended to in a caring and supportive manner. Programs/structures include a welfare co-ordinator, first-aid officer, Junior, Middle and Senior School year-level heads and home-group teachers. All students have access to representation on the Student Representative Council in order to participate in the operation of the college. Careers counselling is also available to students.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 700 students
Fees: Free (Government School)
Phone
03 9546******* 03 9546 9066
Fax
03 9562******* 03 9562 4757
Address 3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174
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