The College is a co-educational 7 - 12 college in the northern suburbs. The student population (and the teaching staff) celebrate the many different nationalities present in the surrounding community.

The College provides a high quality education for all students in a secure environment with firm, but caring, discipline and an extensive welfare program that includes personal learning teachers, year level coordinators, mentors, student welfare coordinators, a psychologist, a doctor and two College chaplains.


Parent Teacher Interviews

Tuesday September 6th, 12.30-7pm (break 3.30-4.30pm)

Students are not required at school. Interim Reports are given out at parent teacher interviews

To make an appointment, go to the parent portal and log in

https://portal.glenroycollege.vic.edu.au/xuno 

Or call the General Office to make an appointment

Glenroy College in the News

Maths Pathways for Glenroy College Students

Students are undertaking a new maths program to better maths learning

Glenroy College Combats Racism

Students participate in an International photography project

Glenroy College welcomes refugees and asylum seekers. 

Paul Dingle, our Principal was on the front page of The Age on February 10 to speak out about the possible deportation of some of our students to Nauru. See the link below to read the full article.


Principal's Message

Glenroy College provides a learning environment which is both nurturing and challenging. There is a strong emphasis on improvement through feedback that is timely, accurate and specific. There is commitment to every student as an individual and a focus on building the learning capacity of all students.

How to enrol &
School Tours

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Glenroy College is an eSmart school.

Glenroy College is an eSmart school.


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Glenroy College provides a learning environment which is both nurturing and challenging. There is a strong emphasis on improvement through feedback that is timely, accurate and specific. There is strong commitment to every student as an individual and a focus on building the learning capacity of all students.

A well-qualified, committed and encouraging staff is the School's greatest resource. Programs are devised to provide breadth of experience in the junior years, opportunity for exploration in year 9 and access to vocational and academic pathways in the senior years.

Students are expected to represent the College at all times and provide positive role models at school and in the community. There is an expectation that they will develop academically and emotionally on their journey through adolescence and that their efforts will be rewarded by successful outcomes beyond school.

Paul Dingle
Principal
Glenroy College