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The school’s motto, “Quality Education in a Caring Community”, encapsulates the key elements of the college’s vision to provide and promote a co-operative learning environment which supports, develops and extends each student in their care, preparing them for effective participation in society.

Facilities: The college facilities include general purpose classrooms, three specialist science laboratories, seven computer laboratories and specialist rooms for Technology, Art, Home Economics, Graphics, Textiles and Music plus a well-resourced library. A Flexible Learning Centre (FLC), with state-of-the-art Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) complements the classroom resources. The college has new cricket nets, upgraded tennis courts and a gymnasium incorporating a full-size basketball court with mezzanine floor, as well as a newly updated Performing Arts Complex (PAC), which includes drama facilities, retractable seating, IT facilities and a canteen.

Curriculum: Korumburra Secondary College is co-educational and enrols students from Years 7 to 12, aiming to provide a challenging and sequential curriculum in the Domains of Arts, English, Health and Physical Education, Languages, Mathematics, Science, Studies of Society & Environment and Technology. Varied experiences are provided through enrichment programs including work experience, cultural programs, sporting programs, information skills, people skills, Religious Education, Student Representative Council, Vocational Education and Training (VET), Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), camps, Learning Assistance Program (LAP), literacy and numeracy intervention, Lifeskills Program, school production, peer support and the South Gippsland Schools Music Program, which offers instrumental music and five college bands.

Sport: Korumburra Secondary College is situated on ten hectares of attractive grounds, providing playing arenas for football, soccer, hockey, softball, cricket, tennis, basketball and extensive shaded areas for passive recreation.

Student welfare programs: The college has a student wellbeing co-ordinator, school nurse and social workers from the region, and a Learning Assistance Program. The college also runs a variety of student welfare programs throughout the year.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 406 Students
Fees Free (Government School)
03 5655******* 03 5655 1566
03 5655******* 03 5655 2673
Address Jumbunna Road, Korumburra 3950
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