Wedderburn College, Wedderburn

Name: Wedderburn College
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 15-29 Hospital Street
Town: Wedderburn
Postcode: 3518
State: Victoria
Region Loddon Campaspe Mallee
Phone: (03) 54943011
Fax: (03) 54943516
Email: wedderburn.p12@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.wedderburn-college.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 270

Wedderburn College is located in the North Central district of Victoria in the town of Wedderburn, approximately 75km north west of Bendigo on the Calder Highway. 

Wedderburn College provides a Prep to Year 12 education for around 300 students. Operating as a member of the North Central Schools Cluster, which includes Boort Secondary College, Charlton College, Donald High School, McAuley College, Pyramid Hill P-10 College, St Arnaud Secondary College and Wycheproof P-12 College, the College is able to provide students with a comprehensive technological, rural and agricultural curriculum as well as a number of Vocational Education and Training units of study.  Students living in outlying districts access bus travel while town dwellers are able to walk and cycle to school.

Wedderburn College is a part of the North Central Schools Network. This network comprises, in addition to Wedderburn College, the schools of Boort Primary and Boort Secondary School, Pyramid Hill P-10 College, Wycheproof P-12 College, Charlton College and Inglewood Primary school. The core function of the network is to improve outcomes for all students in the network area and to facilitate pathways for students whilst supporting the achievement of De&T targets and priorities.

 

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