Croydon Secondary College

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Croydon Secondary College
Croydon, Victoria
Coordinates 37°47′17″S 145°16′52″E / 37.78806°S 145.28111°E / -37.78806; 145.28111Coordinates: 37°47′17″S 145°16′52″E / 37.78806°S 145.28111°E / -37.78806; 145.28111
Type Public
Established 1958
Status Renamed 2012 (Melba College in 2013)
Principal Terry Bennett
Years 7-12
Enrolment 497
Colour(s) Red, Blue and White

Croydon Secondary College was a school located on Croydon Road, Croydon in Croydon, Victoria. Croydon High School (as it was then) was established in 1958. 2008 was the College's 50th Year.


The school offered the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) and the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL). The college was part of The Eastland Cluster of Schools for Vocational Education Programs (VET) to students, providing 14 VET Courses to students.

The College was part of the Yarra Valley eLearning Community (Phase 1).

The College had a music program through its Marching Band, Wind Symphony, Concert Band and Junior Band.

The College also offered students to undertake various Leadership and Peer Support activities to enhance themselves and their fellow students.

The College also had a successful debating team which won the state championship in 2007.


The College was renamed Croydon-Maroondah College at the start of 2012 as part of a transition phase towards the merger of the college and Maroondah Secondary College.

As of 2013, the old Croydon Secondary College site serves as the Junior Campus for Melba College.

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