Respect · Inspire · Support · Excel Passion and integrity towards excellence. Developing inspired, ambitious and considerate individuals A positive learning environment one of our inspirational Teaching and Learning spaces The Harry Potter themed room Year 11 in 2024, Year 12 in 2025 Kinross College is expanding

ENROLMENTS

Kinross College is part of a cluster of schools that create an education pathway from Kindergarten to Yr 12.

PROGRAMS

Students at Kinross College have the opportunity to get involved with a variety of programs.

CALENDAR

Keep up to date with term dates and events via the Kinross College calendar of events.

CONTACT US

For any enquires contact our office, send us an email or come visit us at Kinross College.

QUICK LINKS

CAFE ORDERS

The Kinross College Café operates throughout the College year.

COMPASS

Compass is for parents to engage in their child’s progress at school.

EVENT BOOKING

Kinross College events are booked through TryBooking. See our Calendar for more.

PAYMENTS

Payment of charges, payment plans and the secondary school assistance scheme.

ATTENDANCE DESK

For notifying us of an absence, late arrival or early departure, contact the attendance desk.

PROGRAMS WE OFFER

Developing inspired, ambitious and considerate adolescents to work with passion and integrity towards excellence.

RESPECT

Caring, Friendly, Responsible, Manners

 

INSPIRE

Leadership, Role Model, Passionate, Resilient

SUPPORT

Selfless, Equity, Understanding, Co-operative

EXCEL

Progress, Personal Best, Achievement, Active Learner
At Kinross College, teaching and learning is about high standards and expectations.

This is demonstrated by the presentation of student work and the way in which students present themselves.

We value respectful relationships which create the conditions for meaningful student-teacher engagement. Our classrooms are positive learning environments where students are valued, challenged to achieve and connected.

We offer an extensive academic curriculum to best prepare students for their educational pathway onto Yrs 11 and 12, alternative training or the workforce.

LATEST NEWS

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5 hours ago
Kinross College
Woodwork students from Years 7 to 11 have created various projects recently, including wooden boxes with hinged lids, sliding Perspex lid boxes, spice racks, vehicles and stools.
Students who pursue a career in woodwork have the opportunity to express their creativity and develop their craftsmanship. Career paths include furniture making, carpentry, cabinetry, and more. Additionally, the demand for sustainable, Eco-friendly products and handcrafted woodwork is growing, which can appeal to many customers. Even if not chosen as a career, woodworking can still be a fulfilling and creative hobby.

Woodwork students from Years 7 to 11 have created various projects recently, including wooden boxes with hinged lids, sliding Perspex lid boxes, spice racks, vehicles and stools.
Students who pursue a career in woodwork have the opportunity to express their creativity and develop their craftsmanship. Career paths include furniture making, carpentry, cabinetry, and more. Additionally, the demand for sustainable, Eco-friendly products and handcrafted woodwork is growing, which can appeal to many customers. Even if not chosen as a career, woodworking can still be a fulfilling and creative hobby.
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1 day ago
Kinross College
Now More Than Ever
This week, 27 May to 3 June we celebrate National Reconciliation Week. 
It is essential we progress together and create a nation strengthened by respectful relationships between the Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Reconciliation Week concludes on Monday, June 3 which commemorates Mabo Day. 

Coincidently, June 3 is also WA Day in Western Australia. Let’s use this time for all of us to learn about our shared histories and cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. 

#NRW2024 #nowmorethanever #reconciliation #reconciliationweek2024 #reconciliationweek #nationalreconciliationweek #australia #maboday #WADay #publicholiday #school #college #history #aboriginal #torresstraitislander #respect #relationship #respectfulrelationships #together #nation #community #culture #achievement #downunder #teach #learn #educate #education #teach #educationforlife

Now More Than Ever
This week, 27 May to 3 June we celebrate National Reconciliation Week.
It is essential we progress together and create a nation strengthened by respectful relationships between the Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Reconciliation Week concludes on Monday, June 3 which commemorates Mabo Day.

Coincidently, June 3 is also WA Day in Western Australia. Let’s use this time for all of us to learn about our shared histories and cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

#NRW2024 #nowmorethanever #reconciliation #reconciliationweek2024 #reconciliationweek #nationalreconciliationweek #australia #maboday #WADay #publicholiday #school #college #history #aboriginal #torresstraitislander #respect #relationship #respectfulrelationships #together #nation #community #culture #achievement #downunder #teach #learn #educate #education #teach #educationforlife
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1 day ago
Kinross College
Year 7 STEM students have been learning about renewable & non-renewable energy over the term and have completed the topic by building their own solar cars complete with a back up battery. Students will race their solar cars next week to determine which one is the fastest. The outcome will entirely depend on the quality of the cars construction. Good luck Year 7!

Year 7 STEM students have been learning about renewable & non-renewable energy over the term and have completed the topic by building their own solar cars complete with a back up battery. Students will race their solar cars next week to determine which one is the fastest. The outcome will entirely depend on the quality of the car's construction. Good luck Year 7! ... See MoreSee Less

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