We're on track to open this school for term 1, 2020.
Elevation Secondary College was known by the interim name of Craigieburn South Secondary School while it was being planned and built.
We're building the school in multiple stages. The first stage, ready for term 1 2020, will include a building for specialist subjects (chemistry), a learning community (classrooms), administration building and hard courts.
Future stages will deliver two additional learning communities, further fit-out of specialist science spaces, a performing arts and physical education building as well as more hard courts. Construction of future stages will depend on future State Budget funding. To learn more, take a look at the animated site map under Video.
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We are pleased to announce that Colin Burke has been appointed as the first principal of Elevation
This appointment follows a thorough Department of Education expression of interest process.
We also look forward to sharing further information on our website and the school’s contact details as soon as that becomes available.
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We held information events in September and October 2019.
For all queries about this school, please contact Principal Colin Bourke
Intake of students in 2020 will be limited to Year 7 to ensure smooth transition into the new school community.
For questions about enrolments, please contact Principal Colin Burke.
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State-wide school zone maps are available at findmyschool.vic.gov.au .
Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.
Elevation Secondary College was originally known by the interim name of Craigieburn South Secondary School while it was being planned and built.
The new name reflects its location on Elevation Boulevard, Craigieburn.
The Department of Education chose this name after consulting with local communities on the names for all schools opening in 2020. To reach a final decision, the Department considered this community feedback along with the guiding principles for naming a new school.
Possible names for all the new schools were initially shortlisted by school advisory groups, who considered factors such as public interest, relevance to the local area, and local First Nations languages. The names were also chosen to help reflect each school's unique identity, inspire local pride and make them easily locatable.
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