Lalor Secondary College, Lalor

Name: Lalor Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Cnr David St & Dalton Rd
Town: Lalor
Postcode: 3075
State: Victoria
Region Northern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9465 2066.
Fax: (03) 9465 3865.
Pupils: 780

Lalor Secondary College is a Year 7-12 co-educational post primary school servicing mainly the communities of Lalor, Thomastown and Epping. The college is located in a residential area north of Melbourne and in the south-west of the City of Whittlesea. Set on 4 hectares of land, the site is well developed with spacious grounds which include grassed and asphalted areas. The College is well serviced by local public transport and has tertiary institutions, including RMIT, LaTrobe University and Epping TAFE, in close proximity.

Lalor Secondary College values and promotes the cultural diversity of the student population and learning programs are enriched by drawing on the range and number of cultures and backgrounds represented among the students and their families. 80% of students come from non-English speaking backgrounds where 33 different languages are spoken at home. The predominant languages include Macedonian, Greek, Turkish, Vietnamese, Italian and Arabic. Cultural diversity is also evident amongst staff members.


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