At St Albans Secondary College your child will enjoy a positive and supportive learning environment.
This makes learning at St Albans Secondary College is an enjoyable and rewarding experience . The College is committed to successful educational outcomes for all students.
Students with special abilities and talents
Learning opportunities are provided for some students to develop special talents such as one year’s involvement in a science project at the local university.
Individual students with skills in particular subject areas have the option of accelerated learning, which enables them to study a subject at a more advanced level, e.g. early commencement of VCE subjects.
Student leadership programs are offered, as well as extra-curricular activities in Music, Sport, Drama, Debating, Chess.
Incoming students may be tested to determine basic literacy and numeracy competence. The information collected is used both to inform classroom teachers of any special needs they may need to address in their classroom, and also to identify students with particular learning difficulties who might benefit from intervention and special assistance.
The Program for Students with Disabilities has been set up by the State Government to assist students with a disability to attend a mainstream school. Students may have the assistance of a helper to assist with classwork or movement around the school, or they may be supplied with mechanical aides that enable them to attend school with their peers.
Specialist services such as speech pathology are provided where necessary in this program