Brimbank College, St Albans

Name: Brimbank College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Jamieson Street
Town: St Albans
Postcode: 3021
State: Victoria
Region Western Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 8312 0200.
Fax: (03) 8312 0211.
Pupils: 720

Brimbank college, (Years 7-12, approximately 660 students) service the residential area of St Albans and environs in the western suburbs of Melbourne.

The college is made up of students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds. Since its inception in 1962, the college has aimed to provide the widest possible personal, academic and practical experiences for students. The college values each student and successfully provides curriculum and other services to meet these needs.

Students are provided with the opportunity to achieve in a caring, trusting and supportive learning environment. There is a strong expectation that students take themselves seriously and work hard to build on the firm foundation provided by the college.

Brimbank College also offers a range of innovative and exciting enrichment programs leading to maximum student success and happiness.


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