About the project
Secondary school students from the Wyndham area have access to cutting edge learning at Wyndham Tech School. Victoria University is hosting the Wyndham Tech School at its Werribee Campus. The Tech School is housed in a newly constructed, innovative building.
The Tech School is a high-tech learning environment. Its innovative education programs will link with local industry to deliver real world learning. Students from 18 partner schools in Wyndham will access this Tech School throughout the year for specialised programs.
Wyndham Tech School emphasises the vital science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills needed for the 21st century. It enhances the programs schools provide, and helps prepare students for the jobs of the future.
The Wyndham Tech School has an education focus aligned to industries that are predicted to experience strong economic and employment growth:
- Transport and logistics
- Scientific and technical professional services
After completion in June 2018, the school was a winner at the Victorian School Design Awards later that year, taking the Best Secondary School Project category.
Enrolment And Partners
Secondary students from 18 partner schools have access to high-tech learning at the cutting edge Wyndham Tech School.
Sch ool Partners
- Alamanda K-9 College
- Baden Powell P-9 College
- Carranballac P-9 College
- Good News Lutheran College
- Heathdale Christian College
- Hoppers Crossing Secondary College
- Islamic College of Melbourne
- MacKillop Catholic Regional College
- Manor Lakes P-12 College
- Point Cook Prep - Ye ar 9 College
- Point Cook Senior Secondary College
- Suzanne Cory High School
- Tarneit P-9 College
- Tarneit Senior College
- The Grange P-12 College
- Thomas Carr College
- Warringa Park School
- Werribee Secondary College
- Wyndham Central Secondary College
- Wyndham Community and Education Centre Inc
- Konica Minolta
- Victoria Polytechnic
- WynBay LLEN
- Wyndham City Council
$128 million has been allocated to the Tech Schools initiative for the construction and establishment of 10 Tech Schools across the state, with further ongoing funding to support operation.
Reviewed 14 December 2021