The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has formally accredited Gleneagles S.C. to enrol international students. Certificate of Accreditation: International Student Program
Gleneagles Secondary College is a modern school situated in the south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Endeavour Hills approximately 30 kms from the city of Melbourne. We have a harmonious student population of over 1,000 with many coming from diverse cultural backgrounds. Gleneagles Secondary College welcomes students from many different cultures and backgrounds and recognises and values the contribution international students make to the life of the school.
The College has a first rate educational program for its international students, including access to our Select Entry Program where appropriate.
Gleneagles Secondary College is well regarded in our local community and has a very good educational reputation. The college enjoys strong academic success, with the majority of our students successfully entering tertiary education, including Monash University, Swinburne and RMIT.
As a member of the Eumemmerring Alliance at Senior School, Gleneagles students have a wide range of subject choices – in 2012 the College offered 31 subjects at VCE, with access to over 50 subjects within the Alliance. All senior students are issued with government sponsored netbooks for school and home study.
International students would have access to our local English Language Centre who have extensive experience to cater for our International students. Once attending Gleneagles we have dedicated EAL classes of small sizes at each year level as well as Multicultural aide assistance where needed.
Adele Duffy Coordinator International Program
Phone: +61417081319 Email: email@example.com
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The 2011 Year 7 Transitions Camp to Golden Valley Lodge in Flinders, Victoria is, and will continue to be, one of my favourite memories of Gleneagles. I went to the camp barely knowing anyone but by the time we got home I knew a lot of people, many of whom had become my friends. All the activities were fun to do and be a part of. I conquered my fear of heights and free-falling on the giant swing and the Flying Fox, a zip line which runs down the side of a mountain. I had so much fun at the camp I asked the teachers if I could stay longer because I didn’t want to leave, but unfortunately, it was time to go. I now have a group of friends who I love and trust and know they will be my life-long friends. The beginning of my Gleneagles journey started with a good memory.