Elwood College

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Elwood College
Elwood College Logo.jpg
Elwood, Victoria
Coordinates 37°52′56″S 144°59′07″E / 37.8822°S 144.9852°E / -37.8822; 144.9852Coordinates: 37°52′56″S 144°59′07″E / 37.8822°S 144.9852°E / -37.8822; 144.9852
Type Public
Motto Together We Grow
Established 1957
Head of school Rhonda Holt
Enrolment 550+
Colour(s) Navy Blue, Gray and Teal

Elwood College is a co-educational, non-selective public school in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It has more than 550 students, including many who live in the surrounding area and many international students. The current principal is Rhonda Holt, and the assistant principal is Todd Asensio. The school was founded in 1957 and was originally named Elwood High School. In its curriculum, there is English, Mathematics, Humanities, Health, Physical Education, Music, Japanese and French. It is also compulsory to learn a musical instrument. There are many choices of instruments available, including: Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, and many more.

School partnerships[edit]

  • Japan: Obu Higashi Senior High School[1]


  1. ^ "Obu - Japan: Elwood College – Obu Higashi Senior High School". City of Port Phillip. Archived from the original on 12 July 2012. Retrieved 21 June 2010. 

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