Intermediate Basketball

Our best basketballers across our middle school ventured out to Mill Park Basketball Stadium on Thursday August 18 to compete to be the winners of the Whittlesea Division for 2016.

Our girls started their campaign strongly against Gilson College, who struggled throughout the day. Taylah Naumovski was our standout for the match, scoring early baskets to set up the win, which was 42 – 0.

Japanese and Australian Students

Earlier in August the college hosted several Japanese Exchange Students. The exchange students and their Australian hosts went for an excursion to Healesville Sanctuary, which unfortunately had to close for the day due to high winds. Instead, the students visited the Yarra Valley Chocolatier and Sky High at Mt Dandenong.

Steven Lascelles

Food Technology Teacher

Lemon Meringue Cakes

Last week in the kitchen students enjoyed making beautiful Lemon Meringue Cakes. The cakes are a requirement of the Year 10 Food Technology Café Culture program. These photos will form part of the evaluations that students undertake to further their understanding of ingredient knowledge and cooking processes. The cakes are made in three sections. The lemon flavoured cake is baked in muffin tins and when cooled, they are filled with fresh homemade lemon curd. The finishing touch of meringue is then piped on with a piping bag and a star nozzle.

Year 9 Computer Graphics

Over the last term in Year 9 Computer Graphics we have been completing a unit on Experimental Portraiture. During this unit we have been utilising Adobe Photoshop to create a series of unique and quirky portraits. Some of these include digital collages, zombie portraits, double exposures and lego portraits. 


Courtney Millett

Art Teacher

Badges made for the event

Last week Whittlesea Secondary College held a 'Love is Love' Film Festival, a celebration of the LBGTI community. The festival ran every day in the PAC during lunch hours, showing films such as Gayby Baby and Love in Full Colour. The festival was a success, averaging 25-30 students each lunch hour. Not only did the festival support the local LBGTI school community, we also raised a small amount of funds for Minus 18, an organisation that supports LBGTI youth in Australia. 


The SOFA Group (Same Sex, Other, Friends Alliance)

Eden Draper

Initials Painting

Students in Year 7 learn about colour and colour mixing with paint. They then needed to apply their knowledge to create an abstract painting that used their initials, bright colour and pattern. 7D have just completed the task, refining their understanding of the development process required to create Art as well as their skills in how to paint a neat, eye-catching design.

Danni Benham

Art Teacher

Just after the holidays, Year 11 VCE students went on an excursion into the city to see the RMIT University. The VCE students had a chance to be shown the ins and outs of how RMIT works and to hear the experiences of RMIT students – both present and past. The students arrived in the city at 9am where they had a chance to wander around and grab a coffee before being exposed to the possibilities of their future.

Little Shop of Horrors
Tickets for the Whittlesea Secondary College production of Little Shop of Horrors are on sale now! Shows will be running on Thursday the 1st, Friday the 2nd and Saturday the 3rd of September at 7pm.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Adult :$15
Child: $10
Follow the link in order to purchase your tickets online.
Intermediate Boys Football

Earlier in the term, the Intermediate boys football team ventured out to Northcote to play off in the 2016 Northern Metropolitan Region Finals.

The boys' first game was against Princess Hill Secondary College. It was a closely contested game with the wind playing a big factor. The boys led early but Princess Hill fought back getting within 5 points at the final siren.

Our second game was against Northcote Park Secondary College. After Bailey Stewart put on 3 goals within 5 minutes, we took the lead and held it for the rest of the match.