Wanganui Park Secondary College
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|Wanganui Park Secondary College|
Shepparton, Vic 3630
|Motto||Education Our Aid|
|Principal||Mr Ken Murray|
|Grades||7 – 12|
Green, White, Grey
|Information||(+613) 5820 9900|
The school has approximately 1,300 students. The school has an innovative curriculum, with the most notable feature being its Vertical Modular Grouping (VMG) system and also offers 2 other levels - Year 7, and the VCE. One of the school's teachers received a state award for innovative teaching in 2008. The school has received a federal grant for a literacy and numeracy program. A new, innovative program called "Learning to Learn" was implemented in 2009.
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- Lachlan C. Hill AC - School Dux 2015, eighth most important person at Burgmann College 2017
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