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School sector:Government
School type:Secondary school
Total student:568 (boy:287, girl:281)
Total staff:50
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ICSEA value:
973, ranks No.1677 More ICSEA Ranking...
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VCE rank:No.517 (2015), No.453 (2014), No.328 (2013), No.383 (2012), No.459 (2011), No.458 (2010), No.401 (2009), No.387 (2008)
Address:Cavell Street Scoresby VIC 3179
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Phone:03 9763 8788

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Scoresby Secondary College students learn in classrooms where active student participation is supported and encouraged. Our 654 students come from many cultures and socio-economic backgrounds and bring a vast array of experiences to learning. There are hig... more
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Year 9559540562555568408
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Employee - 04 Jan 2020, Rate: poor
First i would like to state that I have been working at this school for 7 years. Teaching a wide range of subjects, the students here in my opinion is more welcoming than the staff and principal
By Student - 15 Jul 2019, Rate: bad
I am a student at SSC,
I am appalled at my schools behaviour this yeah so far, we have a principal that only cares about the presentation of their students and their grade and being “the college of choice”. Our principal does not care about our mental health and things grades are more important, pulling more kids up about pericings and hair colour than bully’s. bully’s get away with far too much at this school. We were told at assembly one day that it’s flu season. And that if we had the flu we needed to notify the office (which is fine) then we were told “but that doesn’t mean you stay at home) I’m sorry. But you’ve obviously never had the flu. When you have the flu you can HARDLY GET OUT OF BED. And you run the risk of getting others sick. They have this thing called isolation, where if you are pulled up for piercings, hair colour etc, then you are to sit in the office and have seperate recesses and lunches to everybody else and not attend classes. Sound like the “college of choice” now?
By Parent - 25 Jun 2015, Rate: bad
This is a very poor school. Facilities are ancient and teachers do nothing to prevent students from disrupting the people who want to learn. Many teachers appear to know very little about the subjects they teach, which results in them losing the respect and confidence of their students.
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