Lakes Entrance Secondary College, Lakes Entrance

Name: Lakes Entrance Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 1-11 North Street
Town: Lakes Entrance
Postcode: 3909
State: Victoria
Region Gippsland
Phone: (03) 51552982
Fax: (03) 51552477
Email: lakes.entrance.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.lakessc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 330

Lakes Entrance Secondary College is a 7-10 co-educational school drawing students from the following communities: Lakes Entrance, Lake Tyers, Nowa Nowa, Nungurner, Metung, Swan Reach and Tambo Upper. Our College boasts quality brick facilities in the midst of a well maintained pleasant environment of lawns, gardens, playing fields and passive outdoor areas.

The College aims to cater for the intellectual, social and emotional well being of all students and has devised a strategic Middle years of Schooling Plan underpinned by a comprehensive Welfare and Discipline Policy.

Lakes Entrance Secondary College offers a comprehensive camps and activities program, a highly regarded music program instrumental music program. Extension programs for students during 2000 have included, the International Student Project in Greece, the YMCA Leadership Challenge Program, and the extremely popular Victorian Youth Development Program Police Corp and the Kool Skools program.

The College's Charter priorities are Literacy and Numeracy and substantial progress has been made in addressing the needs of all students in these areas through programs such as First Steps, THRASS and the work of our specialsist Literacy and Numeracy staff.

 

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