Mordialloc College, Mordialloc

Name: Mordialloc College
Type: Secondary School
Address: 1 Station Street
Town: Mordialloc
Postcode: 3195
State: Victoria
Region Southern Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9580 1184.
Fax: (03) 9587 5443.
Pupils: 880

Set in beautiful grounds near the beach on the banks of Mordialloc Creek, Mordialloc College is a co-educational school with a wealth of innovative courses as well as a strong academic tradition. The College offers programs which emphasise reaching individual potential and developing personal and leadership skills, for example SEAL - Select Entry Accelerated (Gifted Children).

Mordialloc College is a Year 7 - 12 College of over 800 students and offers a broad range of academic and creative subjects. It has highly successful transition and pastoral care programs. The College is dynamic and provides exciting opportunities for co- and extra-curricular activities such as Rock Eisteddfod, musical productions, camps, overseas tours, competitions, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, bands etc.

Mordialloc College has an International Student Program with an accredited English Language Centre, supported by an established network of high quality homestay families.


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