John Paul College is a regional coeducational Catholic secondary college, established under the authority of the Archbishop of Melbourne and operated on his behalf by the parish priests of the five member parishes of the region, Chelsea, Frankston, Frankston East, Langwarrin and Seaford, through the College Board.
John Paul College provides a comprehensive secondary education in a Catholic environment. It is a place where students feel safe and that they belong, a place where students’ individual strengths are nurtured and developed and a place where faith and a sense of community are fundamental to who we are. This is how we live out our mission: With Him is the fullness of life. A John Paul College person knows who they are and what they intend to contribute to their community and the world.
The college aims to assist parents in educating their children into full Christian maturity. All families, staff, parents, students, parish clergy and parish members see themselves as part of the John Paul College community.
Lighthouse Christian College Cranbourne is dedicated to helping Christian families provide affordable and good quality Christian education for their children. As an independent school we are committed to providing the choice that many Christian families are looking for in terms of the education of their children.
To build a unique school that will equip a Godly and skilled generation to reach their God-given destiny and transform their community.
Irene McCormack Catholic College is a co-educational secondary College accommodating about 850 students from Years 7 to 12. Irene McCormack offers a holistic education where students are challenged to explore their spiritual, religious, intellectual, physical, cultural, social and emotional potential.
Irene McCormack Catholic College (IMCC) strives to be a leader in educational and technological excellence by providing students with the best hardware, high-speed broadband and trained teachers to integrate new technology into the curriculum.
We continue to work towards improved classroom achievement with a focus on individual engagement and academic excellence, gained by integrating the use of technology with best educational practice, and by providing teachers and students with current and relevant digital resources and facilities.
At Lumen Christi Catholic Primary, Point Cook, you are part of a very special group of families, who along with the staff and parish community of Point Cook belong to the Parish of Laverton and in particular to the Laverton Catholic Education Community. (LCEC)
The Staff of Lumen Christi Catholic Primary School, Point Cook are committed to providing a comprehensive and inclusive curriculum; one that attends to every child’s complete development – mind and body, intelligence, sensitivity, aesthetic appreciation and spirituality. As part of that complete development we aim to equip our students to develop their own independent, critical way of thinking and judgement so that they can make informed decisions that attend to their own specific educational environment throughout their lives.
As respectful educators, we endeavour to provide learning experiences that are meaningful, contemporary, relevant and suited to the individual’s ability, their stage of development and to living in our Australian society. The making of meaning, which is a life-long process is at the heart of our curriculum.
Kolbe Catholic College is an integral part of the local and universal Church, a community of people sharing a common belief in the Gospel with its life centred on Jesus Christ.
As a Catholic school Kolbe Catholic College seeks to educate the whole person, and integrate Faith with the culture and life of a developing young person in Australian society. Priority is given to fostering each person's best expression of self. Particular attention is given to the holistic view of a contemporary curriculum, with an emphasis on teaching vital skills such as literacy, numeracy and social co-operation, whilst integrating knowledge, skills and values across all learning areas.
The College community is inspired by the legacy of St Maximilian Kolbe - a story of heroism, courage and self-sacrifice; a beacon of hope for the future. Kolbe's life and death inspires us to follow Jesus as he did; his faith, his commitment to those in need no matter what it would cost him and his passionate concern for excellence in living his faith.
Point Cook Prep – Year 9 College community. The College (formerly Point Cook Primary School) was established in 1923 on the RAAF Williams Base, Point Cook.
The College brings together the best in contemporary educational design and promotes active studentcentred learning through the creation of flexible, functional spaces. It will also be a leading example of ecological sustainability, with a wetland to retain and reuse water and a range of other utility conservation measures. This is a key initiative in linking the teaching of environmental sustainability with its practical application and the College vision.
Emmanuel College provides a quality education founded on the highly respected teaching principles of the Marianist Order.
The College offers a choice of a co-educational school at the Notre Dame campus and a all-boys Campus at St Paul's. Both campuses are set in attractive grounds, with excellent facilities.
The education provided for the young men and women of Emmanuel College is aimed at the full development of each student. Our approach ensures a focus on the learning needs and styles of each student through a commitment to innovative teaching-learning. It also recognises that the preferred learning styles of young women and men vary.