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Founded in 1956, the college is proud of its history as the original secondary school in the area and of its continuing role as an educational focal point within the community. It is easily accessible by public transport and uniform is compulsory.

: The college features a gymnasium, Performing Arts Centre, a new state-of-the-art Science Centre and a Flexible Learning Centre. There are over 200 networked computers, a large library, careers centre and music room. The school also has its own campsite in the Strathbogie Ranges in central Victoria.

Curriculum: St Albans Secondary College provides a comprehensive, broad curriculum that successfully attends to the academic, social and individual development of students and addresses their vocational aspirations. The engaging curriculum offers the full range of VCE and VET subjects. A VCAL program is also available. Senior students consistently achieve a very high level of success. For more than 15 years, VCE pass rates have been above the state average. All students who apply for tertiary placement receive an offer, usually in the course of their choice. The Accelerated Learning Program recognises high achieving and gifted students and the Scholarship Program provides students with the opportunity to experience exciting curriculum opportunities.

Sport: The school is strong in soccer, futsal, table tennis and badminton. Inter-school sports are an important component of the curriculum in the junior and middle years.

Extra-curricular activities: Inter-school debating, student leadership programs, mentoring programs, lunchtime activities and subject area competitions offer students the opportunity to develop their interests and talents.

Student welfare programs
: St Albans Secondary College provides a safe, secure and supportive environment where students can learn and feel valued and respected as individuals. The school is divided into three sub-schools, each with a team of year level co-ordinators who monitor the academic, social and emotional progress of students by liaising regularly with teachers and parents. The Student Wellbeing Team complements the work of the sub-schools through a range of classroom, small group and individual programs. The whole school approach to welfare and discipline, together with an emphasis on social skills, supports young people in their development into caring and socially responsible adults.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1150 students
Fees Free (Government School)
03 9366******* 03 9366 2555
03 9367******* 03 9367 9361
Address Main Road East, St Albans 3021
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