The Victorian Government made a commitment to deliver 100 new schools between 2019 and 2026. This includes the new Clyde Secondary College, which will open in 2022.
Konnie Prades has been appointed as principal of the school. See the drop-down below for more information.
Clyde Secondary College was previously known by its interim name, Clyde North Station Secondary College, during the planning phase.
At completion of Stage 1 works, the school will accommodate a capacity of approximately 575 students, including approximately 50 places allocated to specialist provision. Once all stages are completed, the school will cater for 1,300 students, including 100 places for students with disabilities.
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Get to know new principal Konnie Prades and meet the team at an online information session. Find out more about the school’s facilities, enrolments and student experience and join us for a Q&A panel discussion.The session will run from 7.00PM to 7.45PM (AEST) on Tuesday, 5 October. Register for the event and submit your questions here.
In 2022, Clyde Secondary College will welcome students in Year 7. The school will open enrolments by year level as the first cohort of students progress through school.
If your child is attending a local government primary school then you should submit their Year 7 application form to their current school. If they are attending a non-government primary school you can submit their application form direct to the South-Eastern regional office - "Attention: Youth Pathways and Transitions" at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require further information about enrolment at Clyde Secondary College please contact the school by emailing email@example.com
findmyschool.vic.gov.au has been updated to show school zones for 2022. This includes the zone for this school.
Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.
Konnie Prades has been appointed as principal of the school.
Ms Prades has been an educator for more than 30 years and has held several leadership positions. Most recently, she was principal of Lyndhurst Secondary College.
Ms Prades looks forward to setting a culture of high expectations, excellence and inclusion for all students as the founding principal at Clyde Secondary College.
She has been appointed principal following a thorough Department of Education and Training process to select one of Victoria's best and brightest educators to lead the school.
Clyde Secondary College was chosen as the school name following community consultation and discussions with Geographic Names Victoria, taking into account factors including public interest, relevance to the local area, and local Indigenous languages.
The school is named after the suburb it is located in.
We consulted with the community on Clyde Secondary College's name from 11 June to 25 June 2021.
Clyde Secondary College is a Supported Inclusion School (SIS), which is a mainstream school with additional professional capabilities and facilities designed to cater to a higher proportion of students with disability. Students with disability will receive enhanced support and high-quality, evidence-based education alongside mainstream students to the greatest extent possible in a safe, accessible and supportive environment.
The 2022 Supported Inclusion Schools offer additional amenities to support and enhance learning such as:
Future stages will be delivered when State Budgets release additional funding and will allow for the construction of the remaining facilities:
In 2018, we consulted with local communities gaining new schools next year in Melbourne's fastest growing outer suburbs – including your new primary school. We captured each local area's broad aspirations and used this feedback in our concept designs.
During January and February 2020, a second round of engagement invited locals to share their ideas, local knowledge and the things that mattered most about how their school would look, feel and function.
Clyde Secondary College families sought to develop and maintain their own sports programs without having to leave the school to access suitable facilities. They told us they considered this was a great way to build a school identity in a growing area on the urban fringe.
The community said it valued design facilities that supported wellbeing and mental health. They sought open classroom spaces for collaborative learning, and intervention areas for students who needed extra help and attention.
Our consultation received strong and consistent feedback on many of their design needs and goals. Our architects used your feedback to help shape your school's interior and its landscape design. We have produced a report (PDF Word) that summarises your community's feedback and the shared thoughts of similar communities with schools opening in 2022.
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