Heathmont College - Waters Grove Campus, Heathmont

Name: Heathmont College - Waters Grove Campus
Type: Secondary School
Address: Waters Grove
Town: Heathmont
Postcode: 3135
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9871 4888
Fax: (03) 9879 4770
Email: heathmont.co@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.heathmont.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 950

Heathmont College, tucked away at the corner of Waters Grove and Marlborough Road in a safe and secluded part of Heathmont, is the ideal setting for a college that means to deliver excellence in all facets of the education it provides to the students entrusted to it.  While our College is committed to a strongly academic focus, the added bonus of having excellent technology facilities means that we can offer a broad range of opportunities to our students.

Established as a 'dual campus' college in 1993, Heathmont is now progressively establishing itself on a single campus with new and improved facilities for science, technology, sports gymnasium, administration and a new VCE centre, together with development of its beautiful garden setting.   The considerable improvements to our facilities are making our College a superb environment for both living and learning.

We consider that striving for excellence in learning is the cornerstone of each student's goals and it is Heathmont College mission to develop confident and responsible citizens who will continue to rise to that challenge of learning throughout their lives.


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