Suzanne Cory High School is a select entry government school located in Melbourne’s western suburbs. The school offers co-educational education for years 9 to 12 and was ranked in the top four of high schools across Victoria by Better Education in 2019.
The school is built on a foundation of respect, aspiration and contribution.
To be considered for a place at Suzanne Cory High School, students must sit an entrance exam, conducted by the Department of Education and Training.
Principal Colin Axup says the school aims to provide a challenging and rigorous academic curriculum for students who are intellectually and creatively gifted.
“The comprehensive curriculum, teaching and learning model followed is based on internationally-recognised best practice research on high levels of student learning achievement,” Mr Axup says.
“This is in conjunction with a rich co-curricular program designed to extend student’s learning.”
These include opportunities to engage in the visual and performing arts, compete in sports teams, chorals and public speaking.
“Based on the concept of “the Renaissance person”, Suzanne Cory High School provides a broad and exceptional education for all of our students and ensures that all emerge as not only potential leaders of their communities, but of the world.”
To find out more about Suzanne Cory High School visit www.suzannecoryhs.vic.edu.au