Congratulations to our new Year 7 class captains. We look forward to seeing these students lead their year level. Students were presented with their leadership badges by the College Principal.
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20 Year 9 students from Western Port Secondary College attended a leadership camp at Bogong Outdoor Education Camp from 16th to 20th April. During the camp students stepped out of the comfort zone and challenged themselves to gain confidence. To do this they chose the overnight hike and one day of activities. On the way […]
Western Port Secondary College has been running the Vic Roads Keys Please information session for a number of years. On the 22nd of March, Robin Tiffany ran his 5th session at Western Port informing soon to be drivers (Year levels 10 and 11) the importance of having enough experience before eventually getting your P plates. […]
On the 17th and 19th of April the seven Beacon Ambassadors and Peer Support students volunteered to help out with Youth Week, to make kids more aware of depression, health and wellbeing. Some local businesses supported this event by donating products that were given out in show bags on the day. Mr. Devine on behalf […]
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On Tuesday March 27th the 40th annual House Athletics sports were held on the Athletics track. The day ran smoothly on a beautiful sunny autumn day with many students excelling in track and field. There were a number of age group records broken and it was great to see so many students participating well and […]
On the 25th April a number of student attended the Anzac Day ceremonies at Hastings and Crib Point. The College was represented by School Captains Tyler Winkler and Jarryd Lymer and Vice Captains Lauren Walker and Rachael Potter who laid wreathes on behalf of the school. There were a number of other students representing various […]
This week students from the College are involved in Environment Week at The Briar’s Historic Park. Students from Years 9 and 10 have been assisting local primary school students with various activities including horticulture, arts and crafts from recycled materials, native animal and bird information and Woolworths fruit education.
On the 18th March Lauren Walker participated in the District Final for Lions Youth of the Year in Trafalgar. Lauren made it through two regional level finals to get to this stage in a fine effort. Lauren is a Vice Captain at the school and has a long list of achievements in and out of […]
At our recent whole assembly we were able to present many awards to students. We presented the House Shield to the Huon Leaders for their win in the swimming sports. Well done to all who participated on a hot 35◦C day at the Pines Swim Centre. We also presented leadership badges to our new Student […]
Congratulations to Sam Hodic who recently represented Australia at the Winter Youth Olympics in Austria. Sam competed in the Ice Hockey Skills Challenge. Sam finished a very respectable 15th in his competition which was an outstanding effort. Also, Congratulations to Year 7 student Matt Foy who was selected to tour England in 2013 with a […]
For the third year in a row Western Port and Mornington Secondary College students from our VET Fashion Studies have participated in the Peninsula Teenage Fashion Expo held at Dromana Secondary College. Again our students talents were rewarded by the judges with a third place award in the Special Occasion Category and three Encouragement Awards, […]
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On Thursday 22nd September the College held its first whole school assembly in the new gym. There were many awards and recognitions of achievement that were celebrated included the many students who performed well in the recent interschool athletics championships. A couple of highlights included Greg Hardingham receiving the 2011 Defence Technical Scholarship from the ADF. […]
The College production of Little Shop of Horrors was a great success, below is an article written by one of the students involved: Recently, I had the fantastic opportunity to be a part of a spectacular production called the Little Shop of Horrors in 2011. The show is based in a florist shop and is […]
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Western Port Secondary College is a Beacon School and we were very fortunate to host four days of the Beacon Polish program for our Year 10 cohort during 27th – 30th June. The Polish program is about teaching our young people confidence, transferrable, team and leadership skills, ,etiquette, personal grooming hygiene and interview techniques to gain […]
On Monday the 4th of April, it was the seventh annual, Western Port Secondary College Beacon Charter Signing. The Beacon Foundation Supports “Bright Futures – No Dole” which aims to encourage all students to enter full time, education training, or employment by the 31st of March 2012. Our two guest speakers, Anthony Garnham – Victoria […]
Western Port Secondary College was pleased to host a group of 15 staff and students from our Sister School in Malaysia. The College established a Sister School partnership three years ago with SKM Aminuddin Baki in Kuala Lumpur to enhance cultural exchanges for students at the College. Five teachers and ten students from Aminuddin Baki […]
We were pleased to hear recently that Kayla Bentley from Year 12 2010 was the winner of the Mornington Peninsula Shire Young Citizen of the Year. Kayla was a wonderful student while attending Western Port Secondary College and contributed in many ways including being the Arts Captain during 2010. We wish Kayla success in her […]