Peter Lalor Secondary College, Lalor

Name: Peter Lalor Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 5 - 39 Duncan Road
Town: Lalor
Postcode: 3075.
State: Victoria
Region Northern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9464 0122.
Fax: (03) 9465 6590.
Pupils: 290

Peter Lalor College provides each student with the opportunity to achieve success.

The College focus is fixed on the academic, sporting and social development of children and young adults. This development takes place in a caring, safe, co-educational environment. The College is named after Peter Lalor, miner, rebel and statesman, who is a fitting role model for students, exemplifying a commitment to social well-being and success built on personal effort and discipline.

Peter Lalor College fosters positive relationships between students, staff, parents and the community. We work closely with our community to understand their needs and expectations and respond within our commitment to excellence and high standards. We expect our students to develop high standards of behaviour, take responsibility for their actions, develop self-discipline, and value quality performance. We also recognise the work our students undertake within the community.

The College recognises changes in social and employment patterns in our region. We aim to equip students with the skills needed for success in their personal and working lives. Our curriculum priorities to achieve this aim include improving individual achievement through skills in cutting edge computer technology and high levels of literacy and numeracy. By remaining a small College we will be able to provide the individual attention needed to achieve these goals. 


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