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The 928 Bus runs between Cardinia Road Railway Station and Pakenham Railway Station.
Bus stops are located on both sides of Henry Road adjacent to the front entrance of the College.
This is located to the north of the College via Village Way. This is a distance of 1.2 km from our school – approximately a 14 minute walk.
The following public transport links provide service to travel to the College.
Timetables for all services may be found at https://www.ptv.vic.gov.au/
The department’s Placement Policy embeds the legal entitlement for students to enrol at their designated neighbourhood school, and to enrol at another school if there
928 Bus Route The 928 Bus runs between Cardinia Road Railway Station and Pakenham Railway Station. Bus stops are located on both sides of Henry
Students are required to bring a notebook to school for use in classes. Accessing the School Preferred Device Program will allow students to meet these
Edenbrook Secondary College has a compulsory school uniform that is to be worn at all times and in its entirety. The correct wearing of school uniform is one
Student resources may be ordered online through Campion Education. Go to Campion
We understand that some families may experience financial difficulty and offer a range of support options, including: Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund State Schools Relief Personalised
We liaise closely with primary schools to assist with understanding our students before they arrive for their transition program. Students commencing at Edenbrook with only
The START program forms the basis of the first two days of secondary school for Year 7 students. See Timetable Period Day One Day Two
In Victoria, students normally start secondary school when they reach Year 7. Our school follows the timeline set by the Department of Education and Training
School tours are held on Tuesday mornings. They start promptly at 9:00am to 9:30am, providing a tour of the College facilities and are conducted by
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