Bundoora Secondary College, Bundoora

Name: Bundoora Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Cnr Moreton Cres & Balmoral Av
Town: Bundoora
Postcode: 3083
State: Victoria
Region Northern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9467 1511
Fax: (03) 9467 7370
Email:
Website: www.bundoorasc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 650

Bundoora Secondary College is a Year 7-12 coeducational post-primary College, situated in a quiet residential area of Bundoora - a northern suburb of Melbourne. The College comprises more than 600 students, and is well serviced by College buses and public transport, with campuses of La Trobe University RMIT nearby.

The complex is set on a well-developed, picturesque site within spacious grounds featuring a variety of playing fields to designed to facilitate sporting activities such as cricket, softball, netball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, hockey, and archery.

The core purpose of the College is to provide a broad and challenging education in order to develop students' skills, abilities and knowledge - all the qualities they will need as a foundation for further education, training, work and community participation. This is achieved through programs based on the eight national curriculum areas of The Arts, English, LOTE (Languages Other Than English), Health and Physical Education, Mathematics, Science, SOSE (Studies of Society and Environment) and Technology.

 

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