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SEAFORD SECONDARY COLLEGE


Seaford Secondary College is a comprehensive secondary school that offers a quality learning environment and ensures seamless education through the middle years and into the senior years of schooling. Seaford Secondary College focuses on developing every student’s potential and wellbeing.

Seaford Secondary College is committed to providing high quality, innovative, challenging and responsive educational programs to cater for the learning needs of all our students.

Facilities: Our classrooms are friendly welcoming areas that reflect the pride teachers and student’s have in our school. Our specialist areas are amongst the most up to date and well equipped providing students with access to the latest equipment in workshops and laboratories. We specialise in IT, media, Graphic and Visual Art, Woodwork, Metal work, Drama and Food Preparation. Our grounds are spacious, well maintained and provide a peaceful environment for our students to relax during break times or engage in physical activities. Through our partnership with our local council library students have access to over 3.5 million resources, a 3-D printer, Apple Notebook, iPads, digital cameras and many other electronic resources.

Sport: Volleyball, Surfing.

Extracurricular activities: Seaford Secondary College is celebrating 11 years working in partnership with Youth Opportunities. Graduates of the program report benefits such as increased confidence and motivation; making better decisions, taking responsibility for their thoughts and actions, improved relationships with family, friends and teachers, and learning lifelong skills to help them be the best they can be.

The annual Arts Showcase presents an exciting cross section of work from students at Seaford Secondary College engaged in Visual and Performing Arts programs.

Welfare and personal development: Seaford Secondary College is a comprehensive secondary school that offers a quality-learning environment that ensures seamless education through the middle years and into the senior years of schooling. Seaford Secondary College focuses on developing every student’s potential and wellbeing.

A range of curriculum programs including a well established and organized Pathways and Futures Program (PFP) timetabled each week for all year levels enables students to develop knowledge, skills and understandings for health literacy and responsible, healthy decision making in everyday life. The program incorporates:

Special features:

As an International Baccalaureate school, we are dedicated to increasing international awareness and global connections within our school and community.

Students at Seaford Secondary College have the opportunity to be involved in the school trip to Japan, which allows them to develop their communication skills in a genuine and real life setting, as well as learn about this unique and fascinating culture.

Similarly, we warmly welcome international students to our school. Recently, we hosted a group of students from Dongducheon Foreign Language High School in Korea, who participated in a study tour program. The program includes specialised English lessons, immersion in various mainstream classes and excursions to Adelaide attractions. Students stay with local homestay families, which allow them to experience Australian culture and lifestyle firsthand.

We strongly value the contribution international programs have for our school community in developing cultural understanding, learning and friendships and look forward to developing more global connections in the future.

Religion None
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
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