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At Lalor Secondary College we understand the important role we play in our students lives.

We recognise our responsibility in building the capacity of our students to help them become socially responsible members of our community. The college promotes academic excellence, with students striving to improve in a caring environment, where they are supported to reach their full potential. The House Program strengthens students sense of social responsibility, for themselves, their peers and our community.

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Term Dates 2019

Term 1 : 30 January – 5 April
Term 2 : 23 April – 28 June
Term 3 : 15 July – 20 September
Term 4 : 7 October – 20 December

 

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Lalor Secondary College Eagle Newsletters

The college publishes a fortnightly newsletter known as the Lalor Secondary College Eagle Newsletter. Each fortnight the newsletter will be published on this page.

 

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September 5, 2018

Pick My Project

Click here to view to full size version. Dear Lalor Secondary College Community, we desperately need the assistance of everyone over 16 - students and…

June 5, 2018

Inspire Water Sustainability

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Lalor Secondary College proudly hosted the Local Schools’ Convention for the sixteenth consecutive year on Friday 21st June 2019.

This year we had staff and students from five other schools in attendance. The schools were:
• Camberwell Grammar School
• St Monica’s College.
• Marymede Catholic College
• Thomastown Secondary College
• Whittlesea Secondary College

There were a total of 128 students involved in this year’s convention, including 71 students from our own Year 11 Legal Studies classes.

The topic for debate this year was “Does social media promote free speech or hate speech?” Mr Jewell, the Principal of the school, officially opened the Convention and welcomed our guest speakers.

Our guest speakers this year were: Mr Andrew Giles MP (member for Scullin), Mr David Mould, Director of Second Strike specialising in resourcing Student Representative Councils (SRCs) and Ms Ecehan Gulbayrak, Humanities teacher at Lalor Secondary College.

Once the speakers put their views across, the topic was then debated by the students. In the afternoon Mr Kotsopoulos KLA Humanities Leader at Lalor Secondary College conducted a plebiscite on the issue. He explained the electoral system that is used in Australia and how voting in referendums and plebiscites is conducted.

The convention was held at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre which provided a spectacular and spacious venue to host this event. This was the first time the event was held outside of the school and it was very successful. Indeed, it was a very enjoyable and rewarding day for all of the participants involved. We look forward to student participation in the State and then National Constitutional Conventions.

Thank you to the many teachers and students involved in organising this event this year.

A link to a video compilation of the day is included below:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dRqRDojelmlVWVpF9X3Vm9sbcrnkGmBo/view?usp=sharing

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Lalor Secondary College’s Discovery Evening will be held on the 20th of March, 2018. Come in and see what a great school looks like!

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