The college has a range of excellent resources catering for students of all abilities. The aim is to foster the intellectual, physical, cultural and social development of all students, regardless of gender. The focus is on self-discipline in a structured, innovative learning environment. A contemporary and well-resourced library and experienced library staff ensure all students have access to modern learning technologies.
Curriculum: A balanced and diverse curriculum is provided that meets all students’ needs and is relevant to their lives and future directions. In addition to traditional subjects a range of Technology subjects, Physical Education, Music and Arts, Indonesian and French are offered in Years 7 to 12.
Sport: The sports program includes a range of house and inter-school competitions in winter and summer sports. The college has a strong house system and prides itself on high levels of sporting achievements.
Extra-curricular activities: A strong Student Representative Council, excursions and camp programs, school productions and sports and hobby clubs. The college actively fosters community involvement and participation in college activities.
Student welfare programs: The school has a student welfare leader, social worker, school nurse and psychologist and has access to a broad range of community agencies. The college has a strong integration program and places a high level of importance on pastoral care via the home-group/teamed approach. The college also has a well-established careers centre.
|Day/boarding||Day and Boarding|
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |
03 5941******* 03 5941 1433
03 5941******* 03 5941 3581
|Address||Princes Highway, Pakenham 3810|