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Flora Hill Secondary College

Bendigo South East College
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Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
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Colour(s) Blue and Yellow

Flora Hill Secondary College was a co-educational secondary college, catering for students in years 7 to 10, located in Flora Hill, a suburb of Bendigo, Victoria, Australia.[1]

In 2009, the college had an enrolment of over 1200 students, supported by over 100 staff [1]. Year 10 students have the opportunity to specialise in specific areas of interest. Senior students also have the opportunity to undertake some units of their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) at the college. Most of the students who choose to go on to achieve the VCE do so at Bendigo Senior Secondary College.

Before becoming co-educational, Bendigo South East was known as Flora Hill Secondary College, and before that both Flora Hill High School and The Bendigo Girls High School.

Flora Hill Secondary College amalgamated with Golden Square Secondary College in 2008. The new school, on the Flora Hill Secondary College site, is called Bendigo South East College.

References

  1. ^ FLORA HILL SECONDARY COLLEGE - Bendigo - The National Education Directory Australia Pty Ltd

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