The Secondary Campus caters for students from Years 7 to 12, offering VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education) and VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning) programs.
Due to the size of the Narre Warren South Campus and increased demand for student places, 22 hectares of land was purchased at Officer in 2005 for the construction of a new campus. The first phase in the relocating of the secondary students onto the site occurred in 2009 when the Years 10-12 students commenced classes at Officer. In 2010 the Year 9 students relocated to Officer.
In addition to general-purpose learning spaces, the College offers specialist Arts, Science and Technology facilities, Sports grounds, safe parking options, and a Bus Service.
The Multi-Purpose Centre (MPC) at the Officer campus was officially opened in August 2019. The MPC includes a full-sized basketball court, volleyball courts, sports floor, changing rooms, showers and toilet facilities and is the hub for college events, including Awards and Presentation night each year. Phase two will add learning facilities along with a new administration area.
The Food and Nutrition Hub forms part of the Secondary Art and Technology Precinct. Equipped with free-standing kitchen benches to simulate home kitchens, students experience a practical introduction to food preparation across a variety of cuisines. Dedicated teaching staff provide guidance on nutrition, healthy eating and lifestyle choices.
The Secondary Classrooms are spacious and well-equipped for facilitating learning across all subjects.
The Library serves both Primary and Secondary students with a range of age-appropriate titles, genres and subject areas. A small computer lab supports the Library offering, providing students with access to technology for additional study or recreation during lunchtime. The Library also serves as a learning and function space for on-campus events.
Situated between the Multi-Purpose Centre and the Art and Technology Precinct, the Science Wing comprises three separate Science laboratories.
Practical and theoretical scientific concepts relating to Biology, Chemistry and Physics are explored under the supervision of qualified Science educators.
The Woodwork and Metalwork Hub forms part of the Art and Technology Precinct, with machinery and tools to provide instruction on practical assembly and craftsmanship.
Practical and theoretical concepts relating to Product Design, Technology and STEM are explored under the supervision of qualified educators.
Unveiled in 2019, the MPC features an indoor basketball court surface that can be used for indoor soccer, netball and volleyball courts.
Supported by shower and dressing room facilities, providing students with the opportunity to hone their skills in sportsmanship in an indoor environment.
The MPC also hosts on-campus events throughout the year and is the venue for the end-of-year awards night.
Situated in the Art and Technology Precinct, the Art and Media Hub contains digital and practical tools to produce work across a variety of mediums. In the Art Room, students can explore a variety of creative techniques under the supervision of qualified educators. The Art Room is supported by pottery wheels and an on-site kiln to provide practical skills in firing pottery.
The Media Hub allows students to explore photographic and film techniques in the learning spaces. Digital electives provide students with skills for game design and coding. In the same learning area, Business Studies introduces students to the basics and disciplines of many digital professions.