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GRIP

Our student leaders had the privilege of attending the GRIP Leadership Conference last week. The goal of the GRIP Organisation is that student leaders leave the conference with a clear vision, a solid understanding and dozens of ideas for their time as a leader. For more information on GRIP:

24hr Grand Prix

Thank You Wonthaggi! Another completed 24hr Grand Prix completed and unfortunately the officials announcing the last Wonthaggi event to be held. During their pre-race briefing the officials recognized Western Port HPV as 1 of 5 schools to have participated in both the first (1998) and last (2019) Wonthaggi events! A thank you to those staff, […]

2019 College Captains

Congratulations to all of our newly elected College captains for 2019! College Captains – Georgia McNamara and Georgia Densley Vice Captains – Taylor Dobrota and Kaleb Morrison Transition Captains – Kaleb Morrison and Ash RixonCommunity and Sustainability Captain – Kimberly O’DwyerPerforming Arts Captain – Lainey Hodges Visual Arts Captains – Jennifer Scarlett and Cameron MaxwellSports Captains – […]

Welcome Year 7’s

Congratulations to our Year 7’s who’ve taken the first step in their Secondary Schooling journey! We welcome each and everyone of you to the Western Port Secondary College community!

Nara University

It was a privilege to host students from Nara High School University, Japan. We hope they enjoyed their day here, attending classes, eating BBQ food, experiencing Secondary School Life in Australia but most importantly making new connections.

R U OK 2018

A fantastic annual tradition took place a few weeks back. Its fast becoming one of our favourite days of the year and to celebrate, our amazing Wellbeing Team went all out once again! R U OK? Day is a national day of action held annually to encourage and empower all people to regularly and meaningfully […]

Beautiful Bird Homes

Mr Rodwell and his team of Year 8 students have been busy building and decorating. These beautiful creations will make lots of animals very happy!

Sayonara

SAYONARA It was plainly obvious to see the impact these lovely students had on their new Australian friends, with lots of tissues needed at the bus as they set off. They will all be missed greatly and we hope they will keep in contact with their host families.

Book Week 2018

Local Primary School students were entranced by our talented Year 9 story tellers who volunteered their time to help out at Book Week.

Hands On Learning Headquarters

A GREAT BIG THANK YOU! Thank you to everyone who came along to the Grand Opening of the Hands On Learning Headquarters. Our students have been working tirelessly, your support means a lot.