Crusoe Secondary College
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|Crusoe 7-10 Secondary College|
|Kangaroo Flat, Victoria
|Campus||(Old) Kangaroo Flat Secondary College Site|
|Colour(s)||Green, Yellow and Red.|
Crusoe 7-10 Secondary College (also known as Crusoe College) is a public school in Kangaroo Flat, Bendigo, Australia. It is one of four colleges built in line with the Bendigo Education Plan in the early part of the 21st century. It was built to replace the buildings on the former Kangaroo Flat Secondary College site. The School was formerly known as Bendigo South West Secondary College until deciding on an official name in late 2008.
During the building works, the old buildings were not demolished to allow normal classes to continue. Once the state of the art campus was completed, the old buildings were demolished to then construct the schools oval and sporting fields. Some early problems with the schools oval following demolition of the old buildings have been rectified and the school now has a fully functional oval that is up to the standard of any oval in Bendigo and is used by the school community and local sporting groups. The school has a fully equipped indoor gym, music centre, performing arts hall and the JB Osbourne Theatre that is used for local productions and award ceremonies by many local groups and schools.
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