Heatherhill Secondary College, Springvale South

Name: Heatherhill Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 8-20 Janine Road
Town: Springvale South
Postcode: 3172
State: Victoria
Region Southern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9546 4144.
Fax: (03) 9558 5761.
Email: heatherhill.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.heatherhill.sc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 420

Heatherhill Secondary College is situated in Springvale South, a southeast suburb of Melbourne.

A Year 7 - 12 coeducational school, the College services a well established residential area that is culturally diverse.

The ethos of the College is stated in its slogan:
'we care ... we strive for success'.

The College aims to ensure high standards of learning and the pursuit of personal excellence in a secure and safe environment.

In 2000 the College won second prize for the Dowd Family Trust Award for Excellence in Community Awareness.

Heatherhill Secondary College is an accredited Cisco Local Networking Academy.

 

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