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This is a student-centred school whose aim is to provide a quality education that will enable students to take their place as fully contributing members of society. There is an open admission policy and charter buses bring students from a wide area. Uniform
is compulsory.

Facilities: The college has a recently constructed Junior School Centre, incorporating a shade cloth-covered student sitting area. The Hamilton Centre allows senior students to mix and socialise in a mature environment. The new Performing Arts Centre is a 350-seat auditorium providing a state-of-the-art venue for soirees, dramatic and musical performances. The gym is a fully fitted multi-purpose hall including a weights room. The college also has a huge oval and tennis courts.

Curriculum: English, Mathematics, Science and Social Education form the compulsory core of subjects in Years 7 to 10. French is available to Year 12. A wide range of courses are taught at VCE level, including VET courses in Hospitality, Business Office Administration and Information Technology. VCAL is also available. Senior School and Year 7 students have their own education centres. An acceleration program is available for students from Year 7 to 10.

Sport: The sports program involves a wide range of house competitions as well as inter-school competition.

Extra-curricular activities: Musical instrument tuition is available and students participate in a range of musical ensembles. Students can also take part in camping trips, an arts festival, college publications, drama and music productions and overseas trips. The college has a partnership relationship with a school in Suzhou, China. The college has a future leaders program that allows students to achieve the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme up to the gold level.

Student welfare programs: The college believes in an ordered and structured environment in which students can feel safe, secure and happy. Emphasis is on personal responsibility and self-discipline. Traditional values and attitudes stressed are loyalty, discretion, courtesy, co-operation, striving for individual excellence, leadership, assertiveness and caring for others. There is a strong Student Representative Council and many opportunities for students to take leadership positions at all levels of the college. Gifted students and those with special needs are catered for.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1369 students
Fees Free (Government School)
03 9547******* 03 9547 6822
03 9548******* 03 9548 4483
Address 91 Police Road, Mulgrave 3170
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