Caroline Springs College, Caroline Springs

Name: Caroline Springs College
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Federation Way
Town: Caroline Springs
Postcode: 3023
State: Victoria
Region Western Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9361 4200.
Fax: (03) 9390 0775.
Pupils: 1900

Caroline Springs College, Brookside Campus P-9, is one of three schools that comprise The Brookside Learning Centre, and was the first educational facility in the area. The Brookside Learning Centre includes Mowbray College, Christ the Priest Catholic Primary School, a childminding centre, a maternal and child health centre, a pre-school centre, Djerriwarrh Health services, and the Local Learning Employment Network (LLEN). A number of facilities are shared between Caroline Springs College and Mowbray College, including the reception and administration area, staff room, library, arts facilities, meeting rooms, gymnasium, and sports and recreation areas. Other facilities are shared with the Melton Shire Council and the Western Jets Football Club.

The second campus, Creekside Campus opened for Years 5 - 10 in 2005 with Stage 2 being completed in 2006 as a K-9. Melton Shire, preschool, maternal and childcare, toy library and occasional care are incorporated into site. Brookside and Creekside are planned for students in years Prep to 9, with Creekside also catering for a Kindergarten.

Stage one of a third Campus, Lakeview Senior Campus will open in 2006 situated in the Town Centre. This is our later Years Secondary Campus with Years 10-11 in 2006 and 10-12 in 2007, when stage two of the building program is completed it will integrate a Library and Sports & Recreation Centre along with open grass spaces shared with Melton Shire and a private school.


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