Wellington Secondary College 50th Year Celebrations 2022

The 50th Year organising committee is pleased to announce the celebration of this milestone occasion:

  • Friday December 2 – Celebratory dinner with VIPs, long serving staff members and original class of 1973 (Graduates of 1978)
  • Sunday December 4 – 12 noon – 5 pm – Community celebration with tours, school displays and various activities at the school

For more information click the 50th logo above, contact or call the College on 03 9547 6822

At Wellington Secondary College the staff care for every student’s personal welfare and for their academic progress.

Students are expected to care for themselves, for their peers and for their community. This caring behaviour is reflected in the expectation and achievement of a safe and orderly environment marked by respectful relationships between staff and students and students with each other.

Respect is demonstrated at Wellington towards a range of diverse cultural backgrounds, abilities, faiths and sexual identities. The principles of inclusion, child safety and gender equity are central to the Wellington Way.

All students and staff strive to achieve their best. All students have the right and the ability to learn so that they may develop into life long learners and valued members of a multicultural society. Staff are also expected to continue learning and to continue to develop their professional skills to a high level.

Leading a Strategic Wellbeing Response
International Student Program – The Wellington Way
Principal Hugh Blaikie
Principal Hugh Blaikie