Sunshine Secondary College has three junior campuses and a senior campus. A deaf facility is available for hearing-impaired students (Years 7 to 12). The college also has a large integration program. An Australian Technical College has operated from the college since 2007, with trade-skill development and support from Victoria University and Kangan Batman TAFE. Breadth of knowledge and experience, skills and interests are developed and individual needs met across all campuses of the college. Policies operating across all campuses mean a consistent approach to learning. Uniform is compulsory.
Facilities: All campuses have good sporting facilities and ICT.
Curriculum: The three junior campuses offer subjects covering the Arts, English, Commerce, Languages, Mathematics, Personal Development, Social Education, Science and Technology Studies. ESL support is available. Computer Education is integral to all areas. A music school offers class music, instrumental instruction and specific formal training towards Australian Music Examinations Board AMEB or VCE. The 44 VCE subjects include Studio and Performance Arts, Business, Humanities, Mathematics, Science and Technology areas. The college is one of two schools in Victoria involved in the Global Lab Program. This is an environmental science program involving international computer linkups between students.
Sport: A full program of inter-school sport.
Extra-curricular activities: Junior and senior bands and performance ensembles and groups.
Student welfare programs: Each campus provides general pastoral care, with careers and welfare support. There are clear rules and consequences and students are expected to progress academically, behave appropriately, develop good attitudes towards schoolwork and respect the rights of others. The whole school community participates in decision-making.