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Public school in Melbourne List 2023 Updated
1.Balwyn High School
Balwyn High School is a state-run high school (years 7–12) in the Melbourne suburb of North Balwyn, in Victoria, Australia. It was established in 1954. As of February 2013, it had 1948 students, making it the fourth largest secondary school in Victoria. The postwar student population expanded. The school assembly hall was built with assistance from parents and is named after a former principal, Archibald M. Rogers. Managing the large class sizes of the era, the school developed a strong science education at senior levels that saw many of its graduates pass into senior academic, government and private sector positions.
Balwyn High School values student’s well-being and mental health. A collaborative team operates through the whole school education program including team members of psychologists, counsellors, chaplain, and administrative staffs.
ADDRESS:- Buchanan Avenue, Balwyn North
Melbourne, Victoria, 3104, Australia
2.Bayswater Secondary College
Programs for senior students include Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Vocational Education and Training (VET), Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) and participation in School Based Apprenticeships. Programs are run through cooperative arrangements with other schools and provision through TAFE. Performing Arts programs are in place as well as a range of camps, excursions, sporting and other special activities and events
ADDRESS:- 14 Orchard Road Bayswater, Victoria 3153
Phone:-(03) 8720 7555
Beaconhills College is a co-educational, ecumenical, independent school providing education from early learning to prep to year 12. The college has 3 campuses: Little Beacons Learning Centre and the Pakenham Campus located in Pakenham and the Berwick Campus is situated in Berwick, Victoria, Australia with a Little Beacons Learning Centre under construction. Beaconhills was established in 1982 by the Anglican and Uniting Churches to serve the education needs of the Christian community in the greater Pakenham area. The college celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2012.
ADDRESS:- Berwick & Pakenham, Victoria, Australia
4.Belgrave Heights Christian School
Belgrave Heights Christian School is a thriving and vibrant school of over 750 students. Situated on the edge of the Dandenong Ranges, the school offers co-educational learning from Early Years to Year 12. To find out more about our community, please continue exploring and reading the highlights we’ve captured. If you are interested in learning with us, please visit our enrolment page.
Belgrave Heights Christian School has been purpose-built to optimise student learning with innovative learning spaces designed to prepare students for the 21st Century. Explore our facilities on this interactive map
ADDRESS:- Belgrave Heights, Victoria, Australia
5.Camberwell Girls Grammar School
Camberwell Girls Grammar School was founded in February 1920. Charged by the Archbishop of Melbourne, Henry Lowther Clarke, the parishioners of St Mark’s Church in Camberwell embarked on a significant project. Led by their vicar, Hubert Brooksbank, they established St Mark’s Parish School. With just $1,000, Brooksbank built a brick hall for the school to operate from. Opening with eight pupils, both boys and girls, the school flourished and by 1925 there were 70 students and by 1926 the school had outgrown its home.
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ADDRESS:- Canterbury, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Phone:-+61 3 9811 8503