College Open Night & School Tours

Our College Open Night will be held on Wednesday 22 March 2023

There are two sessions available to book: 5pm or 5.45pm. To secure your spot, click on CompassTix.

Guests are asked to arrive at the Performance Centre where our Principal Mr. Glenn Morris will deliver a concise address about our school’s vision, values, and our approach to learning. You will then be grouped for a guided student-led tour of our school and its facilities. Along the way, guests will enjoy display booths, hands-on activities, and a meet-and-greet with our school’s leading teachers. Most importantly, you will learn how our mini-schools structures are designed to target and enhance your child’s learning journey.

Our Term 1 College Tours are booked out however we have added new tour dates for Term 2. School tours are led by our Principal or Assistant Principals and are run during period 1 so that families may see our classrooms in action.

Spaces are limited so a booking must be made. Click on CompassTix to book your spot.

Principal’s Welcome

Our College prides itself on the broad curricular and co-curricular programs available to students. We offer VCE, VCAL and VET subjects in senior school years and specialist programs for our students in Years 7 to 10, with the aim to further extend the talents of each individual in our school. We aim to provide excellence in all our education programs. High expectations are reflected through high levels of student responsibility and conduct and in student high success rate in relation to entrance to tertiary education and employment.

Student voice is integral to the teaching and learning at the College and we recognise that when we ‘work together’ we can ‘learn together’. The inclusion of student voice across the college is constantly promoted through our leadership opportunities which advance the capacity of our students and staff.

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What We Value

Doncaster Secondary College students are active participants in a learning culture which promotes academic excellence and personal development through a diversity of challenging experiences.

The core purpose is underpinned by four core values.

Respect: for ourselves, each other and our environment
Responsibility: for our own actions
Resilience: to embrace challenges with optimism and perseverance
Teamwork: working co-operatively with others

At Doncaster Secondary College, our students graduate with a positive outlook and well equipped to make a worthwhile contribution to the community.

– Mr Glenn Morris, Principal

Our College

Acknowledgement of Country

Doncaster Secondary College acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school is situated, the Wurundjeri Woiwurrung people of the Kulin nation, and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their Elders past, present and emerging. We extend that same respect to people of all cultures and diverse communities.