Lyndale Secondary College
Lyndale Secondary College is a co-educational government secondary school located in Dandenong North, Victoria. It has a student enrolment of approximately 1,200, and is known as one of the largest single campus schools in Victoria.
|Lyndale Secondary College|
Gladstone Road, Dandenong North
|Motto||Strength, Pride, Success|
|Years||7 to 12|
|Number of students||1253|
The school is divided into two sub-schools—a middle school and senior school. Its principal is Mark Moir, and there are also two vice principals.
The principal features of the campus are the Hugh McRae Hall, a Resource Centre (Library), a Senior Studies Wing, a Language Centre (West Wing), the well-equipped Graeme Fox Stadium, a STEM Centre, and recently completed Performing Arts centre.
The Headstart Program is a new initiative that the college has launched where students from Year 7 to 11 commence the new school year late in November (25 November in 2013). The program lasts for 3 weeks with studies resulting in an assessment task/outcome.
A feature of the school is the SEAL (Select Entry Accelerated Learning) program.
The highest ATAR score of Lyndale Secondary College was achieved by Jin (Sam) Shan in 2011, with an ATAR of 99.15.