Introducing Greensborough College

Greensborough College is committed to being a school for our community. Our College is dedicated to preparing all students for success and to create meaningful citizenship through encouraging students to strive for excellence. all individuals are treated with care and respect. The College wil provide a welcoming and friendly environment for all members of the College community.




"Greensborough College is an innovative school where students are happy, confident, take responsibility for their learning and move into further education or employment. We encourage all students to be involved in extracurricular activities. We guarantee that your child will have opportunities to be involved in one or more extracurricular activities, such as Sporting Teams, Clubs, School Productions, Music, Camps, Interact (Junior Rotary) and many more. I invite you to explore our school and discover the many different programs offered." 


Pauline Barker,




Greensborough College believes that the transition from primary to secondary school is a very important factor in a child's social, emotional and academic success in secondary school. Our Year 7 program is designed specifically with tranisiton in mind. Each Home Group has their own Home Group teacher and room.

The College also offers an Orientation Camp, and a Year 7 Student Management Team with a strong Pastoral Care Program to ensure Year 7 students quickly form new friendships and develop positive relationships with staff.

Parents are always welcome at our College. We encourage communication between parents and staff utilising the COMPASS Portal.



This is an opportunity for prospective students to visit the College and enjoy an interactive tour of the school.


Take time to Explore Greensborough College on Tuesday 16th of April from 5.30pm - 7.00pm.



Greensborough College is a community of Courageous, Aspirational and Respectful learners. We promote Equality and see the potential for excellence in every student. 


Each year our Year 7 students attend a camp exclusively. The Home Group teacher, along with other teachers, take advantage of this camp to get to know the students. The camp also allows the students to get to know each other early in the school year. In addition to this, our Year 9 House Leaders also attend the camp to help run activities and build positive relationships with our new students. 


In recent years the camp has been held at Iluka Retreat in Shoreham on the Mornington Peninsular. Some of the activities included canoeing, tree climbing, exploring the Ashcombe Maze, completing the obstacle course and more. 






These sport days are a whole school event and we encourage all students to attend. If studens are not in many events they can participate by supporting their House and team members as well as getting involved in the carnival atmosphere. A fantastic occasion for all.










Greensborough College prides itself on its strong student leadership program, which encompasses many areas of our school curricula and co-curricula program.


Students are able to apply for the positions of our College House Captains (Year 8-12), Junior College Captains (Year9), Sports Captains (Junior & Senior), SRC Representative (Year 12) and our College Captain and Vice Captain roles (Year 12).


All student leaders are involved in organising whole school events such as Swimming and Athletics Carnivals as well as House matches, out of uniform days, fundraisers and whole school assemblies.


Our student leaders also act on behalf of our student body and actively engage in discussions withthe Principal team.


Our Careers team provides students with assistance and guidance to plan their future pathways from Year 7 through to Year 12.


All students attend many La Trobe University excursions to help prepare from Yar 7-12 for future pathways. All Year 10s undertake Work Experience.


Our College runs a variety of Clubs to cater for a range of different interests. 

Video Game Club, Art Club, Senior Science Club, Wellbeing Club, Rainbow Space.


CAMPS 8-12



Snow Camp

Students from Year 8 to 11 are given the opportunity to hit the slopes of Mt Buller for 3 days as a school group to learn how to ski and snowboard.
















Surf Camp 

As part of the  Outdoor Education Subject, students travel to Torquay for 2 days and are given the opportunity to learn how to surf and kayak across the open water.















Wilsons Promontory Camp 

As part of the Year 10 Outdoor Education Subject, students travel to Wilsons Promontory National Park for 3 days to experience exploring the Australian landscape through daily hikes and camp under the stars.










The College celebrates the achievements of our Art students at the Annual Arts Show. Many of the works of art displayed receive awards at the Whittlesea Show.



















School Productions and Drama are an important part of our school curriculum. Our productions are very successful, entertaining and enjoyable for students and the school community.


We hold productions annually, and in the past students have performed: 

  • "All Shook UP"
  • "Aladdin"
  • "Beauty and the Beast"
  • "High School Musical"
  • "Annie Junior"