Kealba Secondary College, Kealba

Name: Kealba Secondary College
Type: Secondary School
Address: Driscolls Road
Town: Kealba
Postcode: 3021
State: Victoria
Region Western Metropolitan
Phone: (03) 9366 3444.
Fax: (03) 9366 2928.
Pupils: 240

Situated in a leafy suburb, Kealba College is a small sized coeducational and multicultural college serving the western suburbs of Melbourne. The College provides students with the advantages of a small, caring environment combined with all the curriculum benefits a large school can guarantee.

Kealba has a long tradition of excellence in sport, music and drama. With consistently high pass rates, students have gone on to complete courses at University in medicine, law, sciences and humanities.

Kealba College offers 15 VCE subjects, including a wide selection of VET and VCAL courses. It is a well resourced college with a comprehensive library, excellent playing fields and a computer for almost every two students.

Students have access to a wide range of counselling and support services. The mature atmosphere of the Senior College creates the environment essential for students to achieve their best. The close and professional working relationship between teachers and students is unique. 


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