Monterey Secondary College, Frankston North

Name: Monterey Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Silvertop Street
Town: Frankston North
Postcode: 3200
State: Victoria
Region Southern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9781 7700.
Fax: (03) 9781 7400.
Pupils: 680

Monterey Secondary College has a current enrolment of 860 students. It offers a diverse curriculum to meet the wide ranging needs of the students. For many years it has recognised that the pathways for success for students lies in more than just VCE.

Responsibility, Respect and Recognition are just three of the Rs which underpin activities in the College.

First class gymanasium with mezzanine level weights room and aerobics area, stand alone Music Centre, a Dance Drama Studio complete with comprehensive lighting board, Auto shop and Wood/Metal Technology rooms, a lecture theatrette and shared quiet spaces for students amongst the extensive landscaped grounds.

The College Farm houses a range of animals from Alpacas, sheep and beef cattle to minature horses. Guinea pigs, rabbits and chooks are also kept as part of the junior Science program.

A strong structure of student leadership exists in the school that include College Captains, Prefects, Student Representative Council(SRC), Student Wellbeing at Monterey (SWIM) Sports Leadership Program, Victorian Youth Development Program (VYDP)Peers Support and Peer Mediation. 


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