Epping Secondary College is an academic college that aspires to provide its students with every opportunity to achieve educational excellence, personal growth and vocational success.
The student population has increased significantly over the past three years, as the college’s reputation for firm discipline, challenging learning programs and supportive teachers, has placed it as a school of choice for many families. The Current student population is 1300. The size of Epping SC makes it possible for each student to be acknowledged and valued for their individual needs to be supported. There is a strong sense of community and a commitment to building the partnership between parents, teachers and students so that we work as a team to bring out the very best in our young people.
The college provides a supportive, safe, harmonious environment which promotes “learning for life” an approach that centres on the “whole” learner. The college focuses on developing students’ academic, social and emotional wellbeing by developing a wide range of skills in all areas including goal setting, building confidence, developing organisational skills, understanding citizenship and exploring career options.
Our Positive learning culture is made up of six main elements:
An engaging, relevant and challenging curriculum
A firm discipline policy with clear procedures
An extensive use of new technologies
A dynamic visual and performing arts program
A comprehensive physical education and sport program
An active and empowering student leadership program
The college continues to build on its reputation for academic excellence and has received recognition for the increased number of students gaining university entry and the increasing number of academic awards and scholarships won by students. The High Achievers Program is now established and designed to provide support structures for raising standards, encouraging advanced learning as well as enhanced range of extension options.
The college has incorporated a co-ordinated career awareness and planning process into the student learning program from Years 9-12. This includes the Pathways Program at Year 10, all Year 10 Students are enrolled in Unit 1 of VCE Industry and Enterprise, and the Extending Choices Options which allows students to easily access VETIS programs. The intensive counselling process enables us to individualise programs that best suit the preferred pathways of students either through the VCE program or the VCE VM program depending on their chosen career pathway.
We achieve outstanding results in placing our students into their tertiary and post compulsory courses and training of their choice and which suit their passions and aspirations.