Welcome to Mullauna College.
Mullauna College is a years 7 – 12, co-educational state secondary school set in the heart of Mitcham in Melbourne’s leafy eastern suburbs.
Mullauna is a Koori word meaning together. Our motto, Success through learning together, reflects our belief that excellence is best achieved when students, teachers and parents work in partnership to ensure the best possible outcomes and learning experiences for the students in our community.
We respect and acknowledge academic success. Our vision for our students is that they learn to value learning, creativity and constantly strive to achieve their personal best. That they graduate with the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to become independent learners, capable of meeting the challenges of adult life in a global community.
Mullauna is an active learning community, providing students with a challenging curriculum designed to meet the needs of individual students. Our EXCEL High Achievers Program, English as an additional language courses and Year 9 Skillz Program are examples of targeting the learning experience to best meet the individual needs of our students. The College’s VET programs offer breadth of pathways and Year 10 students can undertake VCE subjects. Mullauna also delivers a well-regarded International Student Program (CRICOS number 00861K).
Our students excel academically. In 2017 our Year 12 students achieved excellent results with a subject median score of 31 and over 20% of the group achieving an ATAR over 85. 11% of our students achieved at ATAR over 90. Each year, the vast majority of our graduates go on to university and other tertiary institutions.
Students also have the opportunity to participate in a range of co-curricular activities, including student leadership, camps, debating and sports. They excel in both the fine and performing arts. In 2014, 2015 and 2017 our students’ Studio Arts work was selected for display at the Ian Potter Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria, and our Stage Band has also been very successful at the Victorian Schools’ Music Festival.
For students coming into the College at Year 7, our extensive transition program and close links with local primary schools ensure a continuity of positive learning experiences and a smooth transition to secondary education.
Earlier this year building works were completed, providing state of the art learning spaces for our current and future students, including a new fine arts and technology precinct and a new junior school learning centre.
We invite you to come tour our College and meet our students and staff, and look forward to welcoming your family into our learning community.