Wheelers Hill Secondary College, Wheelers Hill

Name: Wheelers Hill Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Raphael Drive
Town: Wheelers Hill
Postcode: 3150
State: Victoria
Region Eastern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9561 5811
Fax: (03) 9561 8227
Email: wheelers.hill.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.whsc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 533

Wheelers Hill Secondary College is a Year 7-12, DE&T Secondary College situated in the City of Monash in Melbourne's eastern suburbs established in 1980. The College is a full fee paying school for International students. The student population is drawn from a wide geographic area, with over 30% of students travelling from outside the neighbourhood area. The College is divided into two sub schools - Senior and Middle Schools.

The College is a core plus design with well maintained classrooms. Facilities include full size gymnasium and Drama Centre, well equipped library, arts and technology areas equipped for the teaching of music, art, photography, ceramics, graphics, woodwork, metalwork and home economics. Programs such as instrumental music, performing arts and sporting programs provide opportunities for students to develop particular skills outside the mainstream classroom.

Wheelers Hill Secondary College aims to provide a high quality learning environment that is both challenging and supportive. Students from our College will be life-long learners with the integrity and social skills to become valuable members of the community.


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