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Mornington Secondary College is a school of approximately 1660 students situated approximately 70km south east of Melbourne which comprises of 117 teachers and 27 non-teaching school support staff. The College offers an extensive curriculum base to enable students to follow and achieve in a variety of pathways supported by whole school Pathways programs.
 
The College has outstanding facilities which include a heated indoor 25m swimming pool, performing arts theatre, a three court indoor basketball stadium, a large oval and athletics precinct including a newly developed running track.
 
The College prides itself on strong academic performance, high expectations, strong values and supportive culture in an inspirational learning environment. Curriculum offerings are extensive where the formal curriculum program is supported by an extensive extra-curricular program that includes a variety of humanities, science, sporting and outdoor education programs, a well-resourced instrumental music program, musical and annual theatrical productions as well as a dynamic arts program which culminates in the annual Tallis Foundation sponsored Art, Design and Technology Show and the College music department’s Spring Musical Recital. The College band has extensive involvement in community events.
 
The College actively supports student participation in inter-school sports and leadership programs. Sporting teams in particular continued to contribute both team and individual levels of excellence at local, zone, district and state levels.
 
From 2017 the College implemented a change to the Junior School (7/8) program with teachers teaching in their specialist areas as opposed to the previous model of generalist teachers covering an integrated curriculum.

The College provides a breadth of educational and vocational opportunities in the senior school with a significant uptake of the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), Vocational Education and Training (VET) along with a large selection of the traditional VCE program.

Mornington Secondary College commitment to child safety
All students who attend Mornington Secondary College have a right to feel and be safe. The wellbeing of students in our care will always be our first priority and Mornington Secondary College Council and staff have zero tolerance for any, and all, examples of child abuse of any form. We are committed to providing a child safe and friendly environment where students feel safe. This policy applies to all staff, volunteers, students and individuals involved in our organization. To maintain and strengthen Mornington Secondary College as a truly child safe organisation, in which all of the Child Safe Standards apply.
Mornington Secondary College’s Child Safe Code of Conduct is available by downloading "Safeguarding students code of conduct.pdf"

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