building a new junior secondary campus for Bass Coast College (formerly Wonthaggi Secondary College) in San
Remo, opening in 2022.
The new Years 7-9 campus will be able to enrol up to 500 students, and will add to the college's two existing campuses (including the recently-opened Wonthaggi Campus).
findmyschool.vic.gov.au has been updated to show school zones for 2022. This includes the zone for this campus.
The school will have the following facilities:
From February 11 to March 4 2021, we consulted with the Wonthaggi and Bass Coast community on a new name for Wonthaggi Secondary
These preferences were used to inform the Department of Education’s final decision on the school name, in conjunction with the guiding principles for renaming school.
'Bass Coast College' received the highest level of community support. The school welcomes students from a large number of primary schools across the Bass Coast Shire. This new name more accurately reflects the school's unique identity, inspires local pride, and makes the school easily locatable across its three campuses.
We engaged with students, teachers, parents and community
members from the Bass Coast community from 23rd May to
14th June 2019, on current education options, priorities and the
best location for a new school facility.
We heard from the participants that it was important that the school is centrally located
and is easily accessible for parents, students and teachers around the region.
You can download the report detailing what we heard in Word or PDF.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our October-November 2019 school design consultation.
We heard that the design of the campus should be contemporary and environmentally sustainable. The community also values facilities that can accommodate a diverse range of subjects and programs.
You can read more about what we heard from you (PDF or Word).
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