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2021 NAPLAN RESULTS RELEASED

As announced by the media, Victoria’s NAPLAN results were the highest in Australia. The Canterbury Girls’ results eclipsed Victoria’s results. Click here to read more.

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards

PREMIER’S VCE AWARD

Congratulations to Ashley Ting and Lara Mc Crabb who have been recognised with a Premier’s VCE Award for their outstanding academic results in 2020. To read more about the Premier’s VCE Awards, visit www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards.

VCE Art Show 2021

We are proud to bring you the outstanding work of the Unit 3 and 4 Studio Art and Visual Communication Design students in 2021. The high standard of folio and final works demonstrates great resilience and creativity. Visit the gallery here.

+ + News + + Events + + Updates + +

https://www.cgsc.vic.edu.au/?page_id=26

2021 NAPLAN RESULTS RELEASED

As announced by the media, Victoria’s NAPLAN results were the highest in Australia. The Canterbury Girls’ results eclipsed Victoria’s results. Click here to read more.

www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards

PREMIER’S VCE AWARD

Congratulations to Ashley Ting and Lara Mc Crabb who have been recognised with a Premier’s VCE Award for their outstanding academic results in 2020. To read more about the Premier’s VCE Awards, visit www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards.

VCE ART SHOW 2021

We are proud to bring you the outstanding work of the Unit 3 and 4 Studio Art and Visual Communication Design students in 2021. The high standard of folio and final works demonstrates great resilience and creativity. Visit the gallery here.

+ + News + + Events + + Updates + +

https://www.cgsc.vic.edu.au/?page_id=26

2021 NAPLAN RESULTS RELEASED

As announced by the media, Victoria’s NAPLAN results were the highest in Australia. The Canterbury Girls’ results eclipsed Victoria’s results. Click here to read more.

www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards

PREMIER’S VCE AWARD

Congratulations to Ashley Ting and Lara Mc Crabb who have been recognised with a Premier’s VCE Award for their outstanding academic results in 2020. To read more about the Premier’s VCE Awards, visit www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards.

VCE ART SHOW 2021

We are proud to bring you the outstanding work of the Unit 3 and 4 Studio Art and Visual Communication Design students in 2021. The high standard of folio and final works demonstrates great resilience and creativity. Visit the gallery here.

+ + News ++ 
Events
Updates

https://www.cgsc.vic.edu.au/?page_id=26

2021 NAPLAN RESULTS RELEASED

As announced by the media, Victoria’s NAPLAN results were the highest in Australia. The Canterbury Girls’ results eclipsed Victoria’s results. Click here to read more.

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/vceawards

PREMIER’S VCE AWARD

Congratulations to Ashley Ting and Lara Mc Crabb who have been recognised with a Premier’s VCE Award for their outstanding academic results in 2020. Click here to read more about the Premier’s VCE Awards.

Australian Geography Competition

Congratulations to Tali Nikadie of 8H who was awarded the prize for the top achieving student in Victoria in her age group for the National Australian Geography Competition for 2021. Read more in our newsletter by clicking on the image above.

Our Philisophy

We actively build relationships between students, parents, carers and staff to ensure a learning community that enables all students to succeed and that values the importance of hearing all voices.

Our Vision

We take pride at all times in our school and build a sense of belonging by fostering a strong sense of identity within classes, year levels, sub-schools, Houses and the whole school. We accept and support the diversity and individuality of all members of the school community and all we do demonstrates this acceptance.

We understand the importance of a strong co-curricular program that provides a breadth of opportunities for all students and we embed such programs in the school. We know that there is a strong link between wellbeing, positive relationships and academic outcomes so that the wellbeing programs in the school are supported and resourced by the whole school and draw on internal and external experts to build student resilience and to support students.

Our Commitment

We develop teachers as passionate educators through an effective professional learning program and within teams to foster and build a professional learning community. The programs of, and teaching in, the school will support and promote the principles and practices of Australian democracy including a commitment to:

  • An elected government

  • The rule of law

  • Equal rights for all before the law

  • Freedom of religion

  • Freedom of speech and association

  • The values of openness and acceptance of differences and diversity

  • The safety of all children

2021 Year 12 Results

Our Philisophy

We actively build relationships between students, parents, carers and staff to ensure a learning community that enables all students to succeed and that values the importance of hearing all voices.

Our Vision

We take pride at all times in our school and build a sense of belonging by fostering a strong sense of identity within classes, year levels, sub-schools, Houses and the whole school. We accept and support the diversity and individuality of all members of the school community and all we do demonstrates this acceptance.

We understand the importance of a strong co-curricular program that provides a breadth of opportunities for all students and we embed such programs in the school. We know that there is a strong link between wellbeing, positive relationships and academic outcomes so that the wellbeing programs in the school are supported and resourced by the whole school and draw on internal and external experts to build student resilience and to support students.

Our Commitment

We develop teachers as passionate educators through an effective professional learning program and within teams to foster and build a professional learning community. The programs of, and teaching in, the school will support and promote the principles and practices of Australian democracy including a commitment to:

  • An elected government

  • The rule of law

  • Equal rights for all before the law

  • Freedom of religion

  • Freedom of speech and association

  • The values of openness and acceptance of differences and diversity

  • The safety of all children

Our Philisophy

We actively build relationships between students, parents, carers and staff to ensure a learning community that enables all students to succeed and that values the importance of hearing all voices.

Our Vision

We take pride at all times in our school and build a sense of belonging by fostering a strong sense of identity within classes, year levels, sub-schools, Houses and the whole school. We accept and support the diversity and individuality of all members of the school community and all we do demonstrates this acceptance.

We understand the importance of a strong co-curricular program that provides a breadth of opportunities for all students and we embed such programs in the school. We know that there is a strong link between wellbeing, positive relationships and academic outcomes so that the wellbeing programs in the school are supported and resourced by the whole school and draw on internal and external experts to build student resilience and to support students.

Our Commitment

We develop teachers as passionate educators through an effective professional learning program and within teams to foster and build a professional learning community. The programs of, and teaching in, the school will support and promote the principles and practices of Australian democracy including a commitment to:

  • An elected government

  • The rule of law

  • Equal rights for all before the law

  • Freedom of religion

  • Freedom of speech and association

  • The values of openness and acceptance of differences and diversity

  • The safety of all children

2021 Year 12 Results

A Government Girls’ School

Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College is one of only five government girls’ schools in Victoria. It continues to provide an outstanding education for girls as it has for the past 92 years.

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A Government Girls’ School

Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College is one of only five government girls’ schools in Victoria. It continues to provide an outstanding education for girls as it has for the past 92 years.

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Our School

Information about

Enrolment

CGSC Curriculum

Student Learning

Activities & Leaderships

Co-Curricular

Employment

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Newsletters

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Employment

Vacancies at CGSC are advertised through Recruitment Online. Applications must be submitted through here.

College Zone

Click here to find out whether Canterbury Girls’ is your closest local government school.

School Tours

Check school tour dates and information sessions here.

Enrolment Privacy

Privacy information for parents and carers. View and read here.

Policies

Parent Payment Policies and Book Lists for each year level. View and download here.

Newsletters

Click here to read current or past newsletters.

Acknowledgement
of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and we recognise, acknowledge and respect the history, culture, diversity and value of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands people.

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.


Address


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
Fax: (+61 3) 9836 8958
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College


Address


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
Fax: (+61 3) 9830 5099
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College

Acknowledgement
of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and we recognise, acknowledge and respect the history, culture, diversity and value of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands people.

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

Acknowledgement of Country


Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and we recognise, acknowledge and respect the history, culture, diversity and value of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands people.


Mangarra Road
Canterbury, VIC 3126

(+61 3) 9830 5099
Fax: (+61 3) 9836 8958
info@cgsc.vic.edu.au

Canterbury Girls' Secondary College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider code: 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

© 2021 Canterbury Girls' Secondary College