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
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.
|Day/boarding||Day and Boarding|
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |
03 9547******* 03 9547 6822
03 9548******* 03 9548 4483
|Address||91 Police Road, Mulgrave 3170|