The Senior Centre is now complete.
Open Night Year 7 2025: Thursday 7 March 6.00-7.30pm
Congratulations to our class of 2023! We are extremely proud of our Year 12 students who have finished the year with amazing results.
To accommodate the change in teacher working conditions as part of the Victorian Government Schools Agreement Gleneagles will be slightly altering Bell Times.
In 2020, the This is ‘IT’ initiative was born, in an attempt to equalise access to education across the South East region of Melbourne.
The initiative aimed to offer scholarships to local students, in the form of laptops.
A group of Year 8 students are currently participating in a pilot program with the South East Melbourne Phoenix Basketball Club. The Phoenix do a lot of work with primary schools, but this program is a pilot program for secondary schools.
Congratulations to Molly Griffiths (Yr 11) who came 5th in u17s Girls Backstroke at the State Swimming Championships. Molly swam 35.29 (a personal best!) in a strong field. Well done Molly!
Gleneagles Secondary College has out performed similar schools in the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). Across all 5 categories at both Year 7 and at Year 9.
Our Senior Boys Soccer Team has now progressed to the State Final after winning both the District and Regional Finals. The team of Year 11 and 12 students has progressed through after defeating all other schools in the whole of the South Eastern Region of Victoria.
On this podcast episode, join us as we sit down for 'An Interview with the Principal.' We delve into Mr Ambrose's personal & professional journey & the challenges & wins the school has faced since he joined us in 2022. Click here to listen to the podcast.
Congratulations to our 2019 School Captain, Josh Davis who was recently awarded the prestigious ‘Hansen Scholarship’ as part of his Bachelor of Arts (Politics / Islamic Studies) degree at the University of Melbourne.
Congratulations to Jacob Grant for winning silver in high jump at State Athletics for the 18-20 years age group. Jacob jumped a height of 1.85cm to take out the medal.
To support the positive transition to secondary school Year 5 and 6 students from James Cook, Thomas Mitchell, Southern Cross, Mossgiel Park and Chalcot Lodge Primary Schools recently attended a transition day at Gleneagles Secondary College.
Congratulations to students that participated in the Young Leaders Global Youth Forum. Thirteen Year 9 students participated in the week long forum which involved connecting with over 1000 other students from 100 different schools around the world in an online forum.