Friday 6th December 2019 at The Grand Ballroom, The Manor on High, 519 High Street, Epping. Tickets available; Adults $100, Children (4 -12 years) $50
300 School Captains from across Melbourne including our own College Captains; Ruby Sommerville and Lachlan Mozina, were asked to write a response to "What difference can your generation make to the world?" for The Leader Newspapers. You can read their article at.http://leader.smedia.com.au/hume/
While we understand the difficulties of arranging medical and other appointments around busy family lives, we ask that if at all possible that these appointments are made out of school hours. School attendance is vital to your child’s education, every small absence adds up over time.
We are holding a Car Boot Trash and Treasure here at WSC on Sunday 31st March from 8am - 1pm. Sites are only $20.00, so be sure to start collecting all your unwanted treasures and book your site.
Your student's school report is located on your Compass portal. Reminder that Parent/Teacher Interviews are being held tomorrow 12:30pm - 8:00pm. Interview times can be made on Compass. Thursday 07.03.19, is a student free day however students are expected to attend their Parent/Teacher Interviews.
To make the consenting and payment of school events easier and more efficient, consider using the College online system, COMPASS! This system is available until the event is closed. Once you have downloaded the COMPASS Application, you can access the app using your Compass login details.
The College Captains have some great events coming up for Positive Week. We hope all our Students and Staff get involved and enjoy what promises to be a fun week. Funds raised will go towards supporting the Captains attend the Global Young Leaders Conference in Washington.
Mr Rob Mitchell met with our College Captains, Lachlan Mozina, Ruby Sommerville, Riley Cook and Coen Triffett to congratulate them on their appointment. They appreciated Mr Mitchell giving his time and spent the morning discussing their hopes for the future, issues relating to youth and politics.
Applications for the position of Student Leader will open on Monday 25.02.19 and close Friday 01.03.19. Student Leader Application Forms are to be collected and returned to Student Services.
Bookings are now OPEN for Parent Teacher Interviews being held Thursday 07.03.19 12:30pm - 8:00pm.
Parent/Teacher Interviews will be held between 12:30pm - 8:00pm on this day. After consultation with our WSC Families we have extended the times so that Parents and Guardians can meet with more of their Student's Teachers.
We are very excited to announce that our College Captains; Lachie, Ruby, Riley and Coen have been invited to attend the 2019 Global Young Leaders Conference to be held in Washington DC and New York in July.
How fantastic do our Year 12 jackets look? Our Seniors, designed them themselves and even with the warm weather today, were eager to show them off.
Vikas Ahlawat - HumanitiesAndrew Brown - 6 mth Replacement for Vanessa DrapperAliica French - Maths/ScienceJake McDonald - HumanitiesSarah Lockwood - HumanitiesRauf Demiral - MathAshley Stewart - LOTEAndrew Walter - Multi Media/Artand Jarrod Patterson - English (not pictured)
On Tuesday we had the pleasure of hosting our 2018 VCE Students at a morning tea. It was a great opportunity for our staff to catch up with them on what has been happening since they finished school.
This year WSC will be using a new photography company (MPS Photography) to take our school photos. Unfortunately, MPS Photography are unable to link with Compass at present for ordering photos. Students will be given personalised envelopes to order photos or they can be ordered online www.msp.com.au
Please find below our Wallan Secondary College 2019 uniform requirements. A full copy of our Uniform Policy can be located on our website, student diary and in the student's enrollment documentation.
The first day of school is Thursday, 31st January 2019. We look forward to welcoming our existing students back and meeting our new students, starting at the College this year.
The Secondary School Vaccine Program offers free vaccines to Year 7 and 10 students. These vaccines provide protection against: Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough) – one dose for year 7 students, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) – two doses for year 7 students, Meningococcal A,C,W,Y – one dose for year 10 students.