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Welcome to Vermont Secondary College

Vermont Secondary College promotes the achievement of excellence in a learning environment that is safe and caring, and embraces diversity.

Our College is committed to the development of lifelong learning skills that motivate and enable all students to achieve their individual goals and make a positive contribution to the global community.

Vermont Secondary College's true worth lies in its ability
to help the children grow as people, not just as students" - parent

In a fantastic development for Vermont Secondary College The Hon James Merlino MP, Deputy Premier, Minister for Education and Minister for Emergency Services announced a $4,873,000 upgrade for VSC via a media release on Thursday 10 May 2018.
 
To view the full media release please click this link: 
 
The Department of Education and Training (DET) also have a web site re: the project for Vermont Secondary College. Go to:
 
The section of our college to be replaced through the permanent modular school buildings project is known as the ‘C block’ and this is the entire top half of our existing ‘C Wing’. Completion date is mid-2019.
The building company behind the project is BHA Project Management and they can be found at: https://www.bhapm.com.au/
 
We look forward to working closely with the relevant agencies on the completion of this exciting project and thank the Andrews Labor Government and the Department of Education and Training for the investment in our ever expanding college. 

Congratulations to our string ensemble
First Place - 2017
D'ADDARIO Junior Strings Orchestra Division 2
The Royal South Street Society
Freemasons Foundation of Victoria Festival of Bands and Strings

2017 VCE results

Range 2017 Number of VSC students that achieved within each range Total number of 2017 students within range % of 162 Year 12 VSC students State-wide Placement- Top
98+ 7 7 4% 2%
95+ 4 11 7% 5%
90+ 14 25 15% 10%
85+ 13 38 23% 15%
80+ 15 53 33% 20%
75+ 17 70 43% 25%
70+ 15 85 52% 30%
65+ 13 98 60% 35%
60+ 9 107 66% 40%
  • There were 5 perfect Study scores of 50 achieved - Specialist Maths Year 12 student, Accounting Year 11 student, Economics Year 12 student and two in Further Maths (a Year 12 & Year 10 student) which backs on to the three perfect study scores in this subject in 2016.
  • An average Study Score of 31
  • Number of Year 12 Study scores over 40 (Top 9% of students in the State) = 71 students 
  • Percentage of Study Scores over 40 = 8.3%
  • Over a third of our Year 12 students finished in the top 20% of the State
  • 52% of the Year 12 cohort finished in the top 30% of the State
  • 3 Year 12 students achieved an ATAR above 99 = 99.75 Dux, 99.65 & 99.15
  • 11 Year 12 students achieved an ATAR above 95 = top 5% of the State
  • 25 Year 12 students achieved an ATAR above 90 = top 10% of the State
  • Percentage of satisfactory VCE completions 100%
  • Percentage of VET units of competence completed 99%
  • Students awarded the VCE Baccalaureate 17
  • 84 Year 11 students completed a total of 90 unit 3 & 4’s. The average Study Score was 32.8
  • 6 Year 10 students completed a total of 6 unit 3 & 4’s. The average Study Score was 37.2

 

2018 Term dates:

 

School office opens Monday 29th January 2018

Students start Tuesday 30th January 2018

 

Term 1: Tuesday 30 January to Thursday 29 March 2018 

 

Term 2: 16 April to 29 June 

 

Term 3: 16 July to 21 September 

 

Term 4: 08 October to 21 December

 

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