Victoria University Secondary College

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Victoria University Secondary College
Location
Deer Park, Victoria
Australia
Information
Motto Create the Future
Established 2010
Principal Mrs. Genevieve Simson
Grades 7-12
Enrolment 1250
Campus Brimbank, Deer Park
Colour(s) Light teal, White, Charcoal black
Website

Victoria University Secondary College is a state government co-educational day school for years 7-12. The junior campus is located in Deer Park, Victoria, Australia. The senior campus is located in St. Albans, Victoria, Australia. The college was founded in 2010 by the amalgamation of two secondary schools: Brimbank Secondary College (formerly Jamieson Park Secondary College & prior to that St Albans Technical School) and Deer Park Secondary College (formerly Deer Park High School), and then, in 2011,Kealba Secondary College (formerly Kealba High School).

It currently consists of two 7-12 campuses in St. Albans and Deer Park, however a new senior campus is currently under construction at Cairnlea, Victoria where it will cater for students from year 10 - 12. The Brimbank Campus is planned to close.[1]

The school allows students opportunities to undertake a variety of courses of study: VET, VCAL, VCE and university extension.

Personnel[edit]

  • College Principal: Genevieve Simson
  • Brimbank Campus Principal: Elaine Hazim
  • Deer Park Campus Principal: Sue Atzarakis

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Extracurricular options available to students include: debating, drama, environmental club, instrumental music, musical productions, student leadership and a number of lunchtime and after-school clubs. Students are also able to join in many sport teams including volleyball, badminton, basketball, soccer, softball, football, rugby, swimming, table tennis, athletics and netball as well as many more.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.vusc.vic.edu.au/about-the-new-school.html