Box Forest Secondary College, Glenroy

Name: Box Forest Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Glenroy Road
Town: Glenroy
Postcode: 3046
State: Victoria
Region Northern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9304 0400
Fax: (03) 9300 3001
Pupils: 480

Box Forest Secondary College comprises two campuses, the Glenroy campus (which is a co-educational 7 to 12 school) and a KODE campus (which is a specialised setting for Koorie Education from kindergarden to year 12). This web site describes the Glenroy campus.

The college is situated in a residential environment in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne near the boundary of Hume and Moreland City Councils.

A special feature of the college is the diverse multi-cultural background of its students, with about forty nationalities being represented.

Our Vision:
Box Forest will fulfill the needs of our students, producing literate and numerate citizens with enhanced personal and technological skills. Our approach to education will be child centred and based on mutual respect and cooperation. This will be achieved in partnership with our community.

Our Mission:
Box Forest is a co-educational college with students from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds and social values. Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive and enriched learning environment through shared endeavours of teachers, students, families and the wider community. Students will be motivated, encouraged and challenged to achieve their full potential, academically, socially and emotionally.

Our Values:
Pursuit of Excellence; Respect for the individual; Integrity; Teamwork; Healthy Environment

Our Motto: Achieving Together


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