Secondary Excursions and Camps
In addition to excursions, class camps that form a part of the College curriculum are conducted at various year levels. The purpose of these camps is to extend each student’s learning, develop resilience and provide life experiences beyond the boundaries of regular school activities. As these excursions and camps are part of the formal College program students are required to attend, as regular classes for the affected year levels will not be held during these days.
The cost of a camp is mostly billed as part of the regular school fees. Parents will be given adequate notice of the nature and destination of all relevant excursions and camps. Students may not be able to attend camps and excursions if fee accounts are overdue.
Below are a list of our regular camps as part of the annual curriculum for each year level:
- Year 7 – Forest Edge at Neerim South
- Year 8 – Philip Island Adventure Camp
- Year 9 – Survivor: Rafting and Solo Camp
- Year 10 – Camp
- Year 11 – Avondale and Future Pathways
- Year 12 – Nepal Service Trip