Craigieburn Secondary College is a school with a rich history of diversity and acceptance. We have over 25 years' experience in educating and supporting our students to be happy and successful.
We are small enough to care for and pay close attention to the individual, yet big enough to offer a diverse range of pathways, programs and facilities.
Our teachers and staff are energetic and talented. They work closely together to support students to be their best.
We have recently upgraded many of our facilities and student programs, and are seeing real improvements in student dedication, commitment and performance results from Year 7 through to VCE. More of our students are progressing to higher education, TAFE and employment than ever before.
We have developed a unique new learning program that encourages self-reflection and personal development from a young age. We guide students from Year 7 onwards in personal and academic goal setting, and how to track and assess their own academic strengths, improvements and areas of weakness.
We have specifically designed our programs to help build a sense of awareness and acceptance within each student of their unique personality, learning style, family history and culture.
We have a strong code of conduct, and we do not tolerate bullying or harassment.
Throughout school life, students are encouraged to think hard about what they would like to see in their future, and to understand the steps they need to take to get there. We' re here to support them through that process.
The Craigieburn Education Complex will shortly be undergoing a major refurbishment of the main Primary & Secondary schools’ reception area. We are working towards creating a whole new entrance and reception area for both schools.
As of Monday 26 February, the Primary and Secondary Administration Office will be relocating due to the commencement of these works. The Primary School Reception will relocate into the Primary building for the duration of these works, and will now be situated in Room 1 (near the Sick Bay). The Secondary College Reception will relocate to the Music Room, in the Secondary Gymnasium.
We anticipate the building works will continue into term two, however we will keep the school community updated as more information comes to hand.
As a result of the works to be undertaken we will lose some of our car park. The car park will be limited around the school, so we are asking parents, where possible, to make other arrangements. This may include walking to school if you live nearby or carpooling with friends, family or neighbours.
We are aware that there will be some disruption, however we know that the end result will be worth it. We thank you in advance for your support and patience during this time.
Donna Barrera Kate Morphy
CSPS Principal CSC Principal