We help our students to acquire a sense of belonging and self confidence and inspire them to pursue their dreams in University, TAFE and the workplace
Our College is recognised as a state leader in teaching and learning, student relationships and wellbeing. We create a safe social and physical environment that helps all our students learn and succeed.
The size of the College and the emphasis on developing and maintaining positive relationships means that we know each student as an individual. With 780 students, we can provide more personal support and greater access to opportunities in each student’s chosen fields of interest.
Parents and visitors compliment us on the warm and orderly school atmosphere and our strong sense of community. We encourage all our students to develop high expectations about themselves, their work and their behaviour, which is an expression of our values of Personal Best, Integrity, Respect and Responsibility.
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It has been a busy year in Digital Technologies and STEM classes at the College, with the introduction of new robotics courses in Year 7 and 8 Digitech and Year 10 STEM. In Year 7 and 8 Digitech students have been learning to code using their iPads. This has seen them use an object oriented…
“I think I’ve found gold!” Sovereign Hill was a great experience for the Year 8 SEAL class. It was a bit of a long drive, but it was worth it. As soon as we got to Sovereign Hill, half of the class ran to the lolly store, because as everyone knows, the most important thing…
Last Thursday we celebrated R U OK? Day, the national day of action to inspire Australians to ask family, friends and colleagues, “ Are you OK?” . The Wellbeing Department and Kingston Youth Services put on a range of activities for students and staff, encouraging each other to come together and have a conversation. R…