At Forest Hill College, we believe that education enriches and allows individual growth. As a learning community, we want to provide every student with the challenges and opportunities they need to achieve their full potential.
The College aims to create a safe and secure environment by fostering positive relationship between students and between staff and students and through regular maintenance and improvement to our grounds and facilities.
The strong discipline policy of the college is based on the need to provide a safe, secure environment where students have the right to learn without interference from others.
A range of programmes caters fully for the developmental needs of all students while ensuring that student achievement and progress is recognised and celebrated.
Forest Hill College is committed to a smooth transition process to secondary level which minimises concerns. This process has a strong pastoral care element including a Peer Support program and involves extensive communication with new parents and students.
A girls' Catholic day school from Years 7 to 12.
Siena College, a Catholic school in the Dominican tradition, offers young women an education which encourages them to make intelligent and responsible use of their personal gifts.
Siena College was established in 1940 as a medium sized, independent, Catholic school for girls from Years 7 to 12. The Dominican Sisters who founded the College, built a school where young women could be inspired by the human person of Jesus Christ, follow their academic and cultural interests, believe in their potential and become passionate life long learners. It is a place where the diversity and unique gifts of the young women in our care are acknowledged and celebrated.
Salesian College Chadstone is a Catholic School for boys, which proudly proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ, the faith and teachings of the Catholic Church, the educational principles of St John Bosco, and the importance of family.
Salesian College serves the needs of approximately 935 young men from the southeastern suburbs of Melbourne and is easily accessible by public transport.
Set in large, attractive grounds, the College has extensive music, drama, media and technology facilities, a gymnasium, tennis courts and three on-campus sports ovals. A broad, general range of subjects is available at VCE level. Special emphasis is placed on religious education, faith development, the integration of technology into the curriculum and the pursuit of all-round academic excellence.
Good Shepherd School is a Catholic school serving the Parish of Good Shepherd, Mulgrave.
The school occupies a spacious and pleasant site at the rear of the Good Shepherd Church. We cater for children from Years Prep to Six. As a Catholic school, our life, work and relationships with one another are informed by the example and teachings of Jesus.
Good Shepherd School is situated in Wheelers Hill near Brandon Park Shopping Centre and the Springvale Road entrance to the South Eastern Freeway.
The school was established in 1976 by Ken Jago and Bruce Wicking, educators who recognised that not all young people were capable of success in a mainstream school environment.
Berengarra is a non-profit co-educational school that provides innovative educational programmes to meet the individual needs of adolescents with social and emotional problems. We aim to break the cycle of failure and skill students for responsible participation within the community.
Berengarra is a non-profit co-educational secondary school that meets the individual needs of students of normal intelligence but with social and emotional problems.
Berengarra’s program is based on a model that incorporates cognitive behaviour, narrative, and solution-focused therapies.
The school is a loop out of the mainstream system and students generally stay for between six months and two years.
We have considerable experience working with:
ADD and ADHD
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
school refusal and conduct disorders
anxiety and depression
other mental health issues.
Nunawading Christian College consists of two co-educational schools - one primary and one secondary school, that work together to provide quality Christian education in a safe and caring environment to families from all religious and cultural backgrounds.
At Nunawading Christian College, we recognise the importance of working in partnership with parents in providing excellent Christian education for our students. The College emphasises the development of the total person: the physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual aspects are all important. It is our aim to provide an academic program which meets the needs of each student to enable them to reach their fullest potential.
Our school is located in a natural bushland setting, is small and personal, close to public transport, provides a private bus service, and works to ensure a sense of belonging for students and their families, whilst providing the highest academic standards in a truly nurturing environment.
Nunawading Christian College - Primary
Laughlin Ave, Nunawading
Nunawading VIC 3131
Phone: +61 (0)3 9878 9927
Fax: +61 (0)3 9894 3458
Diploma of Beauty Therapy is offered at MMC Canterbury Road Campus. You are required to have a connection to the health industry to undertake these studies. At the completion of the Diploma of Beauty Therapy you are a fully qualified beauty therapist. The total number of hours is . This course will be completed in one year studying four days per week. Classes are offered day and evening. Day classes are from 9am to 4.30pm.
Our Lady's Primary School was established in 1957 within the Wattle Park Parish. Parents and parish combined skills to construct the original building. Times change, but Our Lady’s community spirit remains strong as does our commitment to care, achievement and excellence – traditions that continue at Our Lady’s.
We believe that Our Lady’s Primary School is a place where Gospel teachings of Christ underpin all aspects of life. We believe in justice and that all people have the right to grow, learn and develop in an atmosphere of respect, encouragement and fairness, free from discrimination and prejudice. We recognise the importance of community in pursuing and realising this belief. This includes the school community, the parish community and the wider community who are invited to become involved in our school in various ways.
At Camberwell, we aim to give every boy in our care the very best possible education in order to prepare them for life beyond school. We are a ‘Learning Community’ which encourages staff, students, past students and parents to involve themselves fully in all aspects of school life and to identify themselves with its values.
Our academic program is wide and varied, and our record of success in public examinations is outstanding. Students find they can pursue their interests and strengths to the best of their ability, and each boy is encouraged to do the very best he can. We are proud of our academic record and of our success in helping students achieve their dreams once they leave school.
Camberwell Grammar School is an Anglican school. As such, we are committed to Christian values and we encourage our students to explore the spiritual dimensions to their lives and to follow Christian ethics.
The Principal, Rev Andrew Syme instigated a review of the School’s Vision, Mission and Value’s in 2011 and after an extensive period of consultation with the school community is pleased to confirm the Mission, Vision and Values that will guide Caulfield Grammar School’s strategic planning and the delivery of its learning programs into the future.
To enable quality learning every day in every experience for every learner for life.
To be a leading, internationally recognised, co-educational school fostering responsible global citizenship.
We are one school inspired by our Anglican tradition and value
• Creativity and Innovation
• Excellence and Achievement
• Thriving and Belonging
• Cultivating a Passion in and for life
Brighton Grammar School is an Anglican boys' school in Melbourne. Our focus is to tailor teaching methods and programs to meet the unique learning styles and interests of boys and to create a curriculum that engages, excites and challenges each student. We offer a robust and diverse education that addresses a balanced development of the mind, the body, the aesthetic and the spirit.
Brighton Grammar School is a community where boys, staff and parents work together. The size of the school allows us to provide a healthy range of options for boys, but also ensures that boys feel part of the place.
Our focus is on boys' all-round development. We have a strong tradition of academic excellence, but also recognise that there are many ways that boys can enjoy success. We want boys to develop academically, socially, physically, spiritually and aesthetically, and we provide many opportunities for this to take place.
Competency Based Learning (Hairdressing Training Package WRH06)
In line with the regulations of Skills Victoria and Skills Tasmania the Floristry Training Package must be delivered with continual enrollments so that a student will progress through the training at their own pace. Lock step training, where all students study at the same pace is not applicable under the delivery of the package guidelines. Therefore there are ongoing enrollments through out the year. Students can commence at any time during the school terms
An inter-denominational day and boarding school for girls and boys from Pre-preparatory to Year 12.
Huntingtower is a school community with an enormous heart. The spiritual basis of our school pervades all we do, although we do not teach religion. Our great desire is to do good for all. Our students come from a diverse range of backgrounds and all bring with them a desire to learn, to contribute to their community and to give to the world. We focus on everyone’s spiritual nature as a reflection of Love.
Our students are provided with outstanding facilities and teachers. Our environment is one which encourages excellence at every step and in every endeavour. We identify their unlimited ability as expressions of divine Mind; they all have infinite intelligence.
If you are able to visit Huntingtower you will see happy teachers, happy, joyous students and many happy families. Our high expectations on behaviour and attitude go hand in hand with academic achievements which place us amongst the most successful schools in Melbourne.
Situated in the inner eastern suburb of Balwyn, Fintona is an independent, non-denominational day school for girls from Prep to Year 12 and offers a co-educational early learning program for girls and boys. The International Baccalaureate is taught from ELC to Year 6.
Fintona's VCE results consistently place it among the top performing schools in Victoria and are the culmination of the personal attention students receive in a small school. From its commencement in 1896, Fintona has espoused the view that 'girls can do anything' and has encouraged students to be critical, independent thinkers empowered to take their place as active, effective citizens and leaders.
Our friendly, supportive and caring environment, together with our broad-based education programs, provide our girls with many experiences to stretch them beyond expectation and to cope with life beyond school. Inspired by exceptional teachers, a Fintona girl will find the confidence to soar and achieve her highest academic and personal potential.
Our beautiful school grounds include a mixture of historic buildings and modern facilities such as our Early Learning Centre, landscaped, eco-friendly gardens as well as specialist classrooms in the Junior School. Our state-of-the-art Health & Wellbeing Centre provides our girls with even further opportunities for moving into the future with confidence and optimism.
St Leonard’s College is Bayside’s leading independent, coeducational Uniting Church school from ELC to year 12. Renowned for excellence in educational innovation and with a strong community spirit, the College has been delivering exceptional educational experiences to young people for over 100 years.
A St Leonard’s education develops the whole person – head, heart and soul. Our graduates leave equipped with the critical thinking skills and social aptitude to master the challenges of further education, work and life.
Facilities: Set on picturesque grounds, a mixture of beautiful historic buildings and modern facilities support learning and provide a range of locations to relax, play and study. Students enjoy well-resourced libraries, music and art centres, dedicated Junior, Middle and Senior School buildings, multi-purpose halls and excellent sporting facilities.
Curriculum: The College offers an extensive range of subjects including Mathematics, Science, LOTE (French, Japanese, Indonesian, German, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish at various year levels), English, Music, Information and Communications Technology, and a range of Humanities and Social Sciences. Our Talent Development team identifies opportunities for further academic challenge through participation in programs such as da Vinci Decathlon, Tournament of Minds, Future Problem Solving and Spellmasters.
Extra-curricular activities: Students are encouraged to discover and develop skills and interests in a range of areas, including debating, public speaking, drama, music, photography, media production and outdoor education. Our students enjoy unrivalled success in a range of state, national and international competitions.
Student welfare programs: Our commitment to the highest standards of pastoral care is unwavering, ensuring each child feels safe, valued and develops a sense of belonging. In a physically, emotionally and spiritually safe environment, students at St Leonard's College develop a sense of identity and self-worth as unique human beings.
Holy Eucharist School is a small Catholic, co-educational school of 150 students from 5 to 12 years of age. Our school is located in Malvern East and is within a kilometre of the Chadstone Shopping Complex. The majority of families live within walking distance of the school in quiet suburban streets.
The school is part of the Holy Eucharist Parish and is a member of the Melbourne Diocesan school system. Originally established in 1929, the school has recently been refurbished and now consists of a hall, seven classrooms, an art room and library.
Holy Eucharist School maintains a proud reputation as a school where children, parents, friends and staff work together in a wonderfully supportive community environment. We believe in respecting and encouraging people’s talents and valuing the individual. We have an outstanding literacy program, small class sizes and strong academic results.
Killester is a school that prides itself on providing a strong, broad curriculum in a caring environment based on Gospel values. In the current social and educational climate, we seek to provide education that empowers students to become life-long learners, who can think critically and achieve their potential. We want students to become adults who are confident in their interactions with others and can make positive contributions to society.
They need to have a sense of their own voice, a passion for learning and an understanding of community. In order to provide an authentic Christian environment for our learning community to exist, we endeavour to keep Gospel values at the heart of the school, in particular, those of justice and service.
Our school motto is 'Strength and Kindliness'. We hope that when students leave Killester they will embrace these qualities in their daily lives.
St. Benedict's School Vision
We believe that St. Benedict's is a Catholic School is where each of the following statements is considered equally important.
In the context of the Gospel values each child is encouraged to develop spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically and academically, with the view to becoming a responsible citizen within society.
Pastoral Care for all members of the school community is of prime importance for living and sharing the gift of faith. Each child is made aware that as travellers along the same journey in faith, he/she has a responsibility towards carrying on Jesus’ mission on earth.
Children, parents and teachers are nurtured in a faith environment so that they may grow in their relationship with God and each other.
St Andrew’s School is a faith community. It is a place where gospel values and the teachings of Christ’s Church are reflected in its policies, its structures and the relationships of its members.
At St Andrew’s we aim to integrate areas of secular learning with faith, knowledge and experience. We seek to develop the whole person of the child in an environment where gospel values are lived and become a norm for school policy decisions.
St Andrew’s School prides itself on having a very close relationship with the wider Parish of St Andrew’s. We are extremely fortunate to have the Parish Church and Parish House on the same site as the school.
Established in 1896, St Catherine's has the unique mixture of a proud history combined with contemporary thinking.
We are fortunate to be custodians of heritage buildings and long-standing traditions; however, our reputation as a leader in girls' education, for over a century, is based on our readiness to embrace innovation.
We enjoy a reputation for excellent academic and sporting results, a supportive community, an outstanding co-curricular program, exceptional teachers, fine facilities and established alumni networks and yet we believe our greatest achievement is the quality of character which students of St Catherine's exhibit.
As a non-denominational Christian school, our core philosophy is to nurture independent and thoughtful young women, with strong values, who are confident of their ability to lead and make a difference. Whilst the world around us changes, a moral attitude never goes out of date.
When your daughter joins St Catherine's she will tread the same floorboards as generations of amazing women before her, and like them, will discover her own path to a meaningful career and a full and relevant life.