Curriculum: At Year 10 students can choose to go into either an arts stream or a technology stream. Each stream gives students the opportunity to experience and develop skills in a range of arts or technology areas alongside core subjects including English, Maths, Science and Personal Development and provides a solid foundation for VCE or VCAL qualifications. The Year 10 program complies with the Victorian Essential Learning Standards and the Australian National Curriculum and provides a solid foundation for VCE or VCAL qualifications. Year 11 and 12 students benefit from tailored, individualised programs that integrate a range of VET Arts or Trades and Technology certificates within a VCE or VCAL. The college also runs specialist integrated VCAL/VET and specialist VCE programs in Visual Arts, Dance, Music, Music Technology and Trades and Technologies. Pre-apprenticeship programs are available in Building and Construction, Engineering, Automotive, Electro-technology, Furniture Making and Plumbing. The college is the only Senior College in Victoria to provide apprenticeship training. It also is the only training provider in Australia to run the Certificates III and IV in Musical Instrument Making and Repairs. Other VET offerings include Certificate II and/or III level courses in Media (Multimedia), Live Production, Theatre and Events, Music, Music Technical Production, Dance, Visual Arts, Automotive, Building and Construction, Electro-technology, Engineering, Furniture Making, Integrated Technologies, Plumbing, Sport and Recreation and Fitness. The college also runs a range of post Year 12 Certificate IV programs. This includes the highly regarded Folio Preparation program for students wanting to gain entry to tertiary Art and Design courses. Students complete both the VCAL Senior Extension program as well as a Certificate IV in Design or Visual Arts. The college also runs the Certificate IV in Music, Sound Production and Fitness.
Sport: Students can participate in a range of sports.
Extra-curricular activities: These include camps, drama productions, a wide range of instrumental music tuition, participation in jazz, rock and percussion bands and ensembles, choirs, music performances, radio production, local, state-wide youth and leadership forums, SRC and structured work placement and work mentoring programs.
Student welfare programs: The college team of co-ordinators and form teachers oversee a strong pastoral care and discipline system. Students are supported by a youth worker, careers co-ordinator and visiting social workers.