Bendigo Senior Secondary College, Bendigo

Name: Bendigo Senior Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Rosalind Park
Town: Bendigo
Postcode: 3550
State: Victoria
Region Loddon Campaspe Mallee
Phone: (03) 54431222
Fax: (03) 54414548
Pupils: 2000

Bendigo Senior Secondary College is situated in central Bendigo overlooking the historic Rosalind Park. With a population of over 2000 students, the College is one of the largest Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) providers in Victoria. The College is committed to providing suitable programs for all students from our neighbouring 7-10 colleges; Eaglehawk Secondary College, Flora Hill Secondary College, Golden Square Secondary College Kangaroo Flat Secondary College and White Hills Secondary College. There is close cooperation with these colleges in professional development programs, student transition and orientation activities, instrumental music and a Combined Schools Concert Band. About 20% of enrolments come from outside these neighbourhood colleges.

Bendigo Senior Secondary College aims to provide a mature environment where sound work ethics, self-discipline and die acquisition of independent learning skills are fostered. Staff are deeply committed to the academic progress and welfare of students and all students are encouraged to interact closely with their teachers and seek help at any time. The integration of computer technology into the teaching and learning process has been enthusiastically embraced by staff. There is a positive learning environment where students consistently achieve their best and have a strong sense of identification with the College.


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