Scoresby Secondary College has a beautiful, spacious campus located in a quiet street, with gardens, sports reserves and stunning views of the Dandenong Ranges.
We have many excellent resources. Classrooms are designed to maximise learning and collaboration. Play spaces are divided into junior and senior areas, and Year 7s, 8s and 12s have special study areas.
We have specialist resources to offer students studying music, sport, drama, science, media, arts and digital technologies.
Our school provides:
well-equipped classrooms with latest digital technologies
separate Junior and Senior Schools
separate Year 7, 8 and 12 study areas
purposeful learning spaces which allow for small group and individual learning
an indoor Student Centre which is a community area used exhibitions, activities and performances. It is also a supervised area for students to eat and play during recess and lunch.
two music classrooms, music recording studio and extensive range of music equipment
a Resource Centre developed to cater for the evolving changes in forms of literature, audio and computer technologies
specialist facilities for art and design
design and technology spaces with specialised equipment for woodwork and a food technology kitchen
four specialist science rooms plus student access to KIOSC Swinburne Science and Technology Centre established in partnership with the Knox Schools Consortium
indoor gymnasium with a dance studio and specialist fitness equipment
student Leadership Centre which provides a resource for student leaders to meet, plan opportunities, leadership conventions and leadership programs
careers Centre with access to the latest careers education resources.
Scoresby Secondary College has strong links and partnerships with Monash University and The University of Melbourne. Monash University which offers its Masters of Leadership on the school campus. This means that we get the best student teachers and our STEM program is linked to their science faculty. Our Year 12 students start the year with a study camp at The University of Melbourne.