Mooroolbark College is an outstanding, co-educational government school for students from years seven to twelve. Since its foundation in 1973, the College has established a tradition of excellence built on the outstanding academic, cultural and sporting achievements of our students.
Mooroolbark College is blessed with outstanding facilities that enable students to experience the very best educational opportunities.
College facilities are highlighted by the following;
- Music studios providing for instrumental performing arts, music instruction and music recording.
- ICT computer laboratories
- Language and LOTE facilities.
- Year 12 Study Centre
- Metal and wood technologies
- Visual communication and design
- Food technology
- Creative arts
- State of the art science facilities
- High quality library facilities
- High quality sporting facilities
(ECA gymnasium with weights room)
- Updated canteen.
At Mooroolbark College, our students are valued and warmly welcomed into a committed and positive learning environment, creating a close knit community of students, teachers and families. We offer a vibrant, dynamic and supportive learning community to students and take great pride in maintaining a…Read More
The continuing rapid growth in the immediate area meant that the existing schools could not cope with the rising number of students seeking to access high school education. [justified_image_grid caption=off ng_pics=71,74,75,72] Mooroolbark High School was built in four major stages over ten years…Read More
Mooroolbark College is blessed with outstanding facilities that enable students to experience the very best educational opportunities.Read More
The College has policies covering all aspects of college operations. These policies meet Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA) guidelines. These policies can be viewed on our Student Management System (Compass) or by clicking on the policy below. Read More
Mooroolbark College is a place to inspire discovery, to value and to seize opportunity.Read More
Student, staff and parent wellbeing is an essential feature of what forms the foundation of learning at Mooroolbark College.Read More
Leadership & Management Ann Stratford Principal Rachael Williams Assistant Principal Samantha McIntosh Assistant Principal Adam Lorkin Assistant Principal Leading Teachers Matthew Coghlan Director of Curriculum James Taylor Student Programs Michelle Colette Senior School Jenny Roache Senior School Certificate Implementation and Pathways John Nichol Student Welfare…Read More
In 2012 Asian Education Foundation invited Mooroolbark College to participate in an Educational Tour of China in support of Asian Literacy with the College. This was led by Assistant Principal Lyn Godfrey and two staff from the College and was the inaugural visit to Wujiang…Read More
Full Time & Contract Positions Current vacancies are advertised on recruitment online a service provided by the Department Of Education & Training. Casual Positions Mooroolbark College is always looking for registered teachers for casual relief work. If you wish to register your details as a…Read More
Developed in 2017, the Lilydale and Upper Yarra Education Plan (the Plan) saw three secondary schools in the Lilydale District and Yarra Valley Networks – Lilydale Heights College, Lilydale High School and Upper Yarra Secondary College – working together to revitalise secondary education across their…Read More