Hoppers Crossing Secondary College is a dynamic school, where students are presented with boundless opportunities throughout their schooling journey.
We place great emphasis on developing innovative and challenging educational programs for students of all abilities and we are totally committed to continuing to improve the life and education of each student enrolled at Hoppers Crossing Secondary College.
Our goal is to see each student become a happy, self-confident, and knowledgeable lifelong learner who can demonstrate independence and a sense of career direction.
Ultimately we want to see each growing as a worthy, contributing member of our community.
At the college we develop students who are competing at the highest levels possible in the state across a range of areas.
We offer a range of programs catering to students looking to excel academically and foster a growth mindset focused on continuous improvement. We are proud to acknowledge our year 12 graduates, who
consistently achieve study scores of 40-plus and ATAR scores more than 90, giving them access to a range of career pathways and tertiary education options.
In addition to this, each year the college has a number of students who choose to access a university course while completing their year 12 studies.
Outside the classroom, students are offered a range of opportunities including, but not limited to, performing arts where our students have been nationally praised for their skill and professionalism.
Winning countless awards at the Wakakirri Performing Arts event is testament to the dedication and talent of our staff and students. Leadership qualities evident in Hoppers Crossing Secondary College students are cultivated with successful contributions to many events, from local youth forums and public speaking programs to interschool debating and State Youth Parliament events.
The vibrant sporting program offers the chance for students to compete in a wide range of sports, with individuals and teams representing the college and achieving success at regional and state levels.
In November 2020, we received confirmation from Sarah Connolly, then Tarneit MP, that the school would be receiving $10 million in funding in the state budget to assist with the re-modernisation of the college.
We have developed a school master plan and stage one of those works – a new competition-grade gymnasium with retractable seating for 300 as well as a retractable stage – this will be completed this year.
This wonderful news is recognition of the great work that has been achieved at the college over the past few years and we are so pleased that our students will benefit from this
injection of funding.
To find out more about our college, I invite you to attend one of our open days or view our virtual open day tour on our website.