Elisabeth Murdoch College

Elisabeth Murdoch College

Elisabeth Murdoch College (formerly "Langwarrin Secondary College") is a government-run state high school located in Langwarrin, in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Langwarrin is found within one of the cities growth corridors, and has seen the College grow over recent years to an enrolment of 1500 students. This trend is expected to continue with a forecast student population of 2000 students. The College offers a broad range of curriculum areas for students in the secondary years of education. The College is proud to offer students a diverse post compulsory education program which incorporates VCE, VCAL and VET. The College is an RTO which offers including:

*Certificate II in Sport and Recreation
*Certificate III in Concept Development for Clothing Products
*Certificate III in Information Technology
*Certificate III in Multimedia.

The College has a successful history of student pathway development, with students accessing University, TAFE, apprenticteship programs and work options.

Improvements to the college have taken place over the last 5 years, including new facilities to cater for the growing needs of young people with a basketball stadium, gym, performing arts centre/auditorium, computer rooms, specialised media labs for video editing and game creation plus music rooms.

The College extra curricula program includes a successful sports program, performing arts, agriculture and debating programs. Past musical productions have included "Fame", "Little Shop of Horrors" and "Bye Bye Birdie". In 2007 "The Wizard of Oz" was produced.

Elisabeth Murdoch College has recently been provided the "Building Futures" funding for infrastructure development, phase one of this development will see the addition of a new senior school building. This facility will complement the work done over the past five years which has seen the improvement of the facilities in the areas of:

Facillities

*Elisabeth Murdoch College has a number of facilities including
*Auditorium
*Gym (three courts)
*Art Complex
*Studio
*Music Centre
*Senior Cafe
*9 Tennis Courts
*Senior School Facility (under development)
*Resource Centre
*Farm
*School Canteen

External links

* [http://www.emc.vic.edu.au Elisabeth Murdoch College Victoria]
* [http://www.education.vic.gov.au/schoolsonline/Details.asp?LocationID=01872201 Victorian Government Schools Online]


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