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School Facts
School sector:Government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Co-Ed
Total student:177 (boy:104, girl:73)
Total staff:22
Student attendance:
88%
None-english student:
26%
ICSEA value:
986, ranks No.1510 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
Bottom quarterMiddle quartersTop quarter
28%44%14%14%
Website:http://www.altonap9college.vic.edu.au
Location:Altona
Address:9 College St, Williamstown VIC 3016
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Altona P to 9 College is a new, exciting school with a proud history of both primary and secondary education in our community. We have state-of-the-art facilities linked explicitly to the stages of learning. Our school is organised into three distinct, yet... more
Student Assessment
ReadingWritingSpellingGrammarNumeracyRank
Year 3463443450504442145
Year 54884754724954991016
Year 7489485485476489527
Year 9581542582558574335
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Reviews
By Student - 21 Nov 2023, Rate: poor
this school is awful and the kids here are so annoying
By Alumnus - 30 May 2022, Rate: excellent
I was one of the schools VCE graduates last year, and I cannot commend highly enough the effort and the passion the teachers have in tutoring their pupils. Many of the teachers go far beyond their obligations as teachers for the sake of their students, not to score points, but because they want to see their students achieve their best. I have not seen a single one of them drink alcohol, smoke or do any illegal drug. The teachers definitely do not bully students (its actually the other way round, from what I've observed), so ignore those rubbish reviews written by angry students. The teachers are genuinely good people.
The teachers all teach in their own unique ways, all of which contribute to assessment both in the final stages of VCE and even into tertiary study. One good example is my VCE English teacher, who got us to do many practice essays to build our essay writing skills, so that when the final English exam came about, we knew what to do and how to structure our writing.
I cannot speak for the humanities curriculum, but the teaching of science was really well done. In Chemistry, our teacher took to a supported tertiary-style teaching approach, which came in very handy for when I started my degree, as I was familiar with the method of teaching. The methods teachers I had were also very engaging, taking extra steps to ensure we understand what we are being taught. The school taught us to prepare very well.
There is a mindset among all teachers to put your head down and work to lift your grades yourself, teaching us academic independence and responsibility for our success. Some students had clearly demonstrated their inability to handle this increased responsibility and initiative requirement, often resorting to saying mean things both on this site and in the classroom. Don't listen to them. I'm gobsmacked that some of them even passed, yet alone getting into university.
Behavioural management is a bit hit and miss, however, I have found that when bad behaviour is caught out, it is dealt with very well. This is commonplace in all schools, but I've found this school to be pretty good with it compared to the other schools I have been to.
This is a really good place to send your child, especially for secondary study. Environment and dedication is really nice, and teachers care about their students and what they do, none of them care only about their wallets. Take it from a member of the first cohort of graduates :)
By Alumnus - 30 May 2022, Rate: excellent
I was one of the schools VCE graduates last year, and I cannot commend highly enough the effort and the passion the teachers have in tutoring their pupils. Many of the teachers go far beyond their obligations as teachers for the sake of their students, not to score points, but because they want to see their students achieve their best. I have not seen a single one of them drink alcohol, smoke or do any illegal drug. The teachers definitely do not bully students (its actually the other way round, from what I've observed), so ignore those rubbish reviews written by angry students. T
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