VIC, Melbourne Southern Suburbs & Western Port
Kilbreda College has been educating young women in the Brigidine tradition for over 114 years. With a rich Catholic heritage and a strong commitment to the college motto of Strength and Kindliness, students have every opportunity to become women of hope and compassion with a commitment to justice and the courage to speak out and respond to the needs of others.
Together, staff and students form a collaborative, learning focused community that strives for continuous growth through perseverance and effort. We recognise and value the uniqueness of each individual and our programs are underpinned by the belief that every student can learn and achieve success.
Through exposure to a rigorous learning environment, an extensive cocurricular program and a deep commitment to social justice, our mission is to inspire our students to pursue academic excellence, express their creativity and embrace opportunities for leadership and service.
We are committed to providing the knowledge, skills and experiences that today’s students need to thrive in tomorrow’s world. Our wellbeing, leadership and learning programs develop students’ problem solving, communication, decision making and information literacy skills. Students are taught to show initiative, apply their knowledge to unfamiliar situations and think critically. These skills, along with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively, provide them with the skills needed to thrive both today and in the future.
We encourage and provide many opportunities for students to undertake science, technology and mathematics subjects as well as STEM-based competitions and activities. In digital technologies, students are provided with opportunities to be involved in programming/coding, game and web design, 3D printing, animation, movie making and robotics.
Our unique BRIDGES program is an interdisciplinary, experiential and project-based learning program that Year 9 students undertake one day per fortnight. Four thematic units develop social competencies and resilience, creative and critical thinking while broadening student understanding of their role as both local and global citizens.
Our recently completed, state-of-the-art, 400-seat auditorium has further enhanced learning opportunities for students, with a wide range of uses in theatrical and musical performance, as well as for seminars and other presentations.
The uniform is compulsory
Total enrolment: 972
In high school: 972
In Year 12: 154
Accepts international students
Math classes: mixed
English classes: mixed
French, Italian, Japanese
49 VCE level 3/4 studies
232 VCE students
18 VET program(s) available
98 VET students
Scores of 40+ 8%
Median Score 31
Satisfactory completions of VCE 100%
Satisfactory completions of VET 86%
Bachelor enrolled 65%
TAFE/VET enrolled 13%
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