Templestowe College, Templestowe Lower

Name: Templestowe College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Cypress Avenue
Town: Templestowe Lower
Postcode: 3107
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9850 6333
Fax: (03) 9852 0728
Email: templestowe.co@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.templestowec.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 900

Templestowe College is situated in an attractive landscaped garden setting in the City of Manningham, in the north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. The College caters for a diverse range of students up to a third of whom travel by bus to reach the college daily.

The College occupies clean, well appointed buildings and boasts three information technology centres, refurbished science and art wings, technology rooms, music centre and other specialist areas. Templestowe College Council has also built an additional gymnasium and Physical Education facility.

The College provides a supportive and stimulating environment in which approximately 900 students receive co-educational schooling through an extensive and challenging curriculum.

Templestowe College's curriculum is designed to provide access and success for all students and to ensure Year 7 to 10 studies lead to a full range of options at VCE level. The curriculum is directed towards the pursuit of academic excellence.
A choice of Italian or Japanese LOTE studies is offered (along with after school classes of Chinese) and English as a Second Language is also available. Years 11 and 12 subjects include core subjects along with specialist arts, business and technology courses.


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