Mullauna Secondary College, Mitcham

Name: Mullauna Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 456 Springfield Road
Town: Mitcham
Postcode: 3132
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9874 3422
Fax: (03) 9873 2943
Pupils: 500

Mullauna College is a co-educational state school of 600 students, situated close to public transport in Mitcham. The safe and nurturing atmosphere of the College fosters a high standard of student behaviour, marked by self-discipline and consideration for others.

Mullauna College has a strong history of academic excellence, experienced staff and a comprehensive curriculum. The College Curriculum includes studies in the eight Key Learning Areas across Years 7-12 and a wide range of programs, including Vocational Education and Training programs (VET), at the VCE level.

Mullauna College is respected for outstanding co-curricular programs which include Enterprise Teams, Quality Learning Programs, Artists in Residence, an extensive Music Program including a wide variety of ensembles, tours and camps, debating, sport, dramatic productions, student leadership, student union and peer support programs.


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