Monbulk College, Monbulk

Name: Monbulk College
Type: Secondary School
Address: David Hill Road
Town: Monbulk
Postcode: 3793
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9756 6208
Fax: (03) 9752 0076
Pupils: 678

Monbulk College was established in 1962 and is a Year 7-12, co-educational college with an enrolment of 680 students. It is located 50km east of Melbourne in the heart of the Horticulture Industry.

Monbulk College provides a broad curriculum. In addition to offering a wide variety of VCE studies, the College offers the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (including School Based New Apprenticeships) and VET courses in Horticulture, Hospitality and Multimedia.

The College has a well-established transition program which involves the START and "Hit the Ground Running" programs. Information Communication Technology is used extensively in many of the College courses, there is an extensive Instrumental Classroom Music program, an ADVANCE program with emphasis on Lifesaving, Road Safety Education is incorporated into the curriculum and the College has a Sister School relationship with Ujiyamada Commercial High School in Ise-shi, Mieken, Japan and Schwerin Sports Gymnasium in Germany. Monbulk College has successfully participated in the annual National Schools Volleyball Competition, regularly being placed in the top ten schools.


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