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Gilson College, Taylors HillCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:761 (boy:368, girl:393)
Total staff:64
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1039, ranks No.823 More ICSEA Ranking...
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VCE rank:No.171 (2015), No.243 (2014), No.256 (2013), No.362 (2012), No.285 (2011), No.416 (2010), No.457 (2009), No.294 (2008)
Location:Taylors Hill
Address:450 Taylors Road Delahey VIC 3037
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Phone:03 9365 9365

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Our purpose is, through excellence in education, to develop people of integrity and Christian character. The College is part of the second largest private system of education in the world. Gilson College is a Christian co-educational day-college providing ... more
Student Assessment
Year 34313964104153951009
Year 5522525517516499384
Year 7543561557547564151
Year 959264461958560698
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Alumnus - 01 Apr 2024, Rate: bad
This was the worst school I ever attended, the way the school ran was horrible. What I hated, as a student if there ever was a mental issue or problem with my life. Pray to god and he'll help the situation. I feel the teacher couldn't be stuffed providing advice to their students just using the God excuse. I also feel that this school lacked a safe sex education as the school lacked it and told every student that all men were monsters and were only having sex to take advantage of the women. Come on teachers, my grandma can give me a better sex education conversation. I appreciate most of the teachers who helped me get where I wanted to go. Some teachers said I wouldn't succeed (Mr Egyed, you can't run a class if you could. The university that gave you a degree should revoke it. as well as Miss Apopei).
All I can say is find an alternative school, they'll have better support than Gilson does.
By Alumnus - 28 Sep 2023, Rate: bad
5 years since graduating Gilson. So upsetting to see that the school hasn't improved their quality of education.
I just wanted to say for the current students reading this you will be ok after high-school. You will have to do a lot of independent learning to score highly in VCE but the effort will be worth it. I know the teachers are awful but there are enough online resources to get you by. Imagine being taught by professors with pHDs with amazing facilities. That's what you get in University!
For the parents, take your kids out of the school and put them into Copperfield College they literally score higher in VCE and you save 7k.
By Student - 19 Sep 2023, Rate: excellent
As a student that has been attending Gilson College for 11 years, all i can say is it's a great school. It's allowed me to express my talents confidently, and create goals that i want to achieve as i grow older. Gilson is a school based on Religion, and this has taught me to live my life with morals. And, these morals allow me to respond to any challenge, to gain an understanding that i'll be able to overcome it when the time is right.
For those saying that Gilson is a bad school, i don't see how it could be. I've had many instances where i've been in personal situations that restrict me from being at my full potential, and i've gotten full support from teachers, which has helped me grow and find ways to avoid those situations from occurring again. Gilson is a great school and for you to not like is doubtful.
I've been at Gilson long enough to know that any child suffering from bullying or any sort of inappropriate behaviour, will be acknowledged and thoroughly dealt with until they feel safe. If your child has ever experienced such things and hasn't been attended to, then that's probably because a teacher hasn't been privy to that information. Because, how do you expect a teacher to help a student if the student doesn't say anything. I understand that in some situations speaking about these type of things can trigger a child, but if you, being the parent, are so concerned, then go and speak to the teacher rather than write a review complaining about the issues of a school. Try and help the school grow and help other children who may be in the same situation.
I understand that some students, as well, have concerns about the school, but i've seen it all and understand now, that the way teachers respond to issues is for our own good. Kids nowadays find humour in starting trouble, and how do you expect a teacher to not give them community service, or any punishments for foul behaviour? I don't know about you, but if my friend ever did something inappropriate, i'm teaching them right from wrong because as a friend, as a PARENT, and as a TEACHER, it is your duty to look out for all children, regardless of who they are and where they come from. And Gilson does that. Gilson doesn't care about a families wealth, or race, or religion, Gilson cares for everyone.
All staff and teachers want what's best for every child. Even if that means giving consequences for inappropriate behaviour, then so be it, because the way a child is taught now, those habits, they will stay with them until they're older. And what type of parent, or student would you be if you didn't listen to the advice of people who only want you to succeed in life.
Anyways, Gilson is an amazing school for development, and if you believe that there are other ways to grow, than you do you, and let Gilson do Gilson, because, considering it's been working for over 30 years, i think they'll be fine.
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