Sandringham College, Sandringham

Name: Sandringham College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Holloway Road
Town: Sandringham
Postcode: 3191
State: Victoria
Region Southern Metropolitan
Phone: 03 9598 7788
Fax: 03 9598 5570
Email: sandringham.co@edumail.vic.gov.au
Website: www.sandringhamsc.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 1300

Sandringham College is a three campus college situated in the south eastern Bayside suburbs of Melbourne.

The Sandringham area is a very safe, beachside area about twenty minutes by train from Melbourne. Being a beachside suburb, many of the activities that the local residents become involved in are beach and water activities with swimming, sailing, etc. being very popular.

The College has year 7-10 Campuses at Beaumaris and Highett whilst its VCE Campus is in Sandringham. Each campus has its individual strengths but one thing links all campuses of the College. Students are treated as individuals and are encouraged to strive to reach their full potential in an environment that stresses self-discipline, self esteem and respect for others.

The population of the College is close to 1300 students. Of these students 700 are at the VCE Campus. As a part of this population, the College is proud of its international students program which sees students from China, Japan, Brazil, Germany, Hong Kong and a wide range of other countries attending the College.

The Year 7-10 courses at Sandringham College are comprehensive and provide students with an excellent education. The courses available also provide students with a solid preparation for the VCE. 

 

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