South Gippsland Secondary College, Foster

Name: South Gippsland Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Cnr Hoddle & Pioneer Streets
Town: Foster
Postcode: 3960
State: Victoria
Region Gippsland
Phone: (03) 56822066
Fax: (03) 56822504
Email: south.gippsland.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.sgsc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 370

Located in the Gippsland Region of Department of Education and Training, South Gippsland Secondary College serves the educational needs of the Corner Inlet community, is situated some 180 kilometres South-East of Melbourne in the small town of Foster. The College maintains an enrolment of 370 students and aims to cultivate all of the advantages inherent in being a country secondary College, most particularly, in the maintenance of an intimate, caring and nurturing learning environment where the potential of the individual is both protected and advanced.

The school is currently in the midst of a building program which has provided the school community with part of a new school. The new buildings in both style and functionality have had a positive influence on the school community.

South Gippsland Secondary College has traditionally moved between Like School Grouping 7 and Like School Grouping 4 and currently is a Like School Grouping 4.

South Gippsland Secondary College is proud of its co-curricular offerings which feature an excellent classroom and instrumental music program shared across four local secondary schools, an extensive school camps program, comprehensive involvement in intra and inter-school sport and highly popular annual musical productions and concerts.

 

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