Facilities: South Oakleigh Secondary College has excellent facilities including a 350-seat performing arts theatre, modern computer laboratories and networked computer system, instrumental music rooms and facilities, excellent science and technology buildings, and equipment, specialised art and visual communication areas, senior school lounge and study area, a well-resourced library, extensive outdoor grounds, Careers Resource centre, Automotive Centre and hairdressing studio.
Curriculum: South Oakleigh offers a broad range of subjects including VCE, VET and VCAL in the Senior School and a solid foundation in the Junior School in the areas of literacy, numeracy and the use of ICT. All students are encouraged to undertake enrichment and extension programs. Other special programs include separate ESL classes at each year level; Year 9 Alternative Sports Program; Year 9 Project; on-site VET programs; rich co-curricular programs including local and interstate camps; international bi-annual study tours to sister schools in Japan and Greece; participation in national Science, Mathematics and English competitions; Author-in-Residence Workshops; participation in the STELR program with Australian Academy of Technological and Scientific Engineers; In2 Science program with Tertiary Science Institutions; Scientists in Schools Program with CSIRO; senior school study classes during school term break; Student Leadership training programs; Student Representative Council; peer support; college student leadership positions including: whole school, sport and year-level captains. The college conducts an award-winning arts program with students participating in community and national art competitions, music presentations and performances. South Oakleigh Secondary College also participates successfully in inter-school sports competitions. In 2012, the Arts Faculty was successful in gaining a $100,000 grant to develop a Media and Communication Centre (TV Studio). Innovative Arts programs are also available at the college.
Student welfare programs: Specialised educational, vocational welfare and counselling support, peer mediation, Wellfest Week, Adolescent Nursing program, college chaplain, boys’ groups, WRED friendship groups.
|Day/boarding||Day and Boarding|
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |
at year 7 entry scholarships are available for academic, all-rounder, sports and the arts. senior school scholarships bank of cyprus lote award, robert hood memorial award and huntingdale rotary scholarships.
03 9579******* 03 9579 2322
03 9579******* 03 9579 2946
|Address||Bakers Road, South Oakleigh 3167|