Western Heights Secondary College, Herne Hill

Name: Western Heights Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Minerva Road
Town: Herne Hill
Postcode: 3218
State: Victoria
Region Barwon South Western
Phone: (03) 52771177
Fax: (03) 52295206
Email: info@whc.vic.edu.au
Website: www.whc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 1400

Western Heights College is unique within the Geelongarea as a co-educational, three-campus school providing two junior campuses and a senior campus.

There is a strong tradition of excellence in all subjects at Western Heights College.

The College offers the greatest diversity of subjects choice in the area.

The curriculum, for all years 7 - 8 students, provides a well-rounded education leading on to subjects which may be studied in later years.

At years 9 to 10, students begin to choose their programs but a core of subjects are maintained for all students. This core emphasises sequenced skill development leading to the VCE.

 

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