Congratulations Year 12 2022!

Congratulations to our amazing Class of 2022. 23.4% of students with an ATAR over 90 46.24% f students with an ATAR over 80. Dux 99.45  – Juen Foh

The Drowsy Chaperone – 2022 Lyrebird Awards

The Vermont Secondary College Production community are quite excited to announce that some of our students have been recognised for their performances in this year’s Lyrebird Youth Award Nominations. The Lyrebird Youth Awards celebrate excellence in youth productions (plays and musicals) across Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.  Our school production has been nominated for 4 awards. The nominees are: Ben Hamilton – Best performer in a lead male role Natasha Ho – Highly commended performer Sue Anne Jian and Amelia Truong – … Read More

EMR Track & Field – OVERALL CHAMPIONS

EMR Track & Field event was held on Monday the 10th of October at Knox Athletics Track. It was an absolutely beautiful day for athletics with the sun shining and the wind at a minimum. Vermont had a strong team of 58 athletes who competed in several events across the day. Team Vermont performed incredibly well across the entirety of the event and as a result won the EMR Track & Field Pennant with a total score of 461 points. … Read More

New Physical Education and Sports Centre 2022

The College is looking forward to the commencement of the construction process of our new gym in 2022. The design process has been completed and the project is currently being tendered. The new building will include two competition size basketball courts, two classrooms, a weight room a staffroom, change rooms and retractable seating for large assemblies. The new gym will be located between the outside basketball courts and the existing gym and theatre. The first steps will include the construction … Read More

German Success!

For Term 3 & 4 2021, Frau Ankenbrand’s class has been working on creating new and innovative products as a part of the Unternehmen Deutsch Goethe Institute competition.  More than 300 students from 18 schools participated in the popular Australia-wide ideas competition Enterprise German.  Three groups from Vermont Secondary College entered the competition and collaborated with their chosen German company in Australia. There were three stages of the competition, Module 1: Getting to know the domestic economy and finding a … Read More

ANZAC Day

Liz Clark one of our music teachers performing the last post on ANZAC Day at Dawn.  Unfortunately, we are unable to hold our Anzac sub-school assemblies this year. We hope your family finds a suitable way to commemorate this special day on Saturday, and suggest you consider taking up one of the many options suggested on social media. The Anzac tradition—the ideals of courage, endurance and mateship that are still relevant today was established on 25 April 1915 when the … Read More

Production Nominations

Vermont’s production Dirty Rotten Scoundrels has been nominated for 5 Lyrebird Youth Awards. This involves a number of judges coming to see school shows across the state, and then voting for ‘the best’ of in particular categories. Best Sound Design in a Youth Musical – Mitch Tabe Outstanding Technical Design in a Youth Musical – Vermont Secondary College Outstanding Stage Crew – Vermont Secondary College Best Actor in a Youth Musical – Lachlan Rae Best Actor in a Youth Musical … Read More

VISION – ART/TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION – 16th October 2019

Congratulations to the winner of the “Sarah Bussu Award” Tamara Barton with her VCE Studio Artwork “Confronting Perfectionism” which was developed from her folio theme “Perfectionism in the media vs reality”. The artwork “encompasses the idea that the more a person tries to force themselves into fitting the ideals of beauty, it increasingly damages their identity.

VICTORIAN FESTIVAL OF BANDS

Last Wednesday our Symphonic Band travelled into The Hawthorn Town Hall to perform 2 pieces for an audience of other competing schools and adjudicators, as part of the Victorian Festival of Bands. Our students played wonderfully and did the college proud with beautiful and measured renditions of HEAVENS LIGHT by Steven Reineke and Australian composer Brian Hoggs ACCELCIUS.  Students were given some wonderful feedback on their music approach to the pieces and were awarded gold for their performance.  We’d like … Read More

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