Hume Central Secondary College, located in the City of Hume, serves the Broadmeadows area with a total student enrolment of approximately 1,200 students and growing. The college is the outcome of the Broadmeadows Schools Regeneration Project.
At Hume Central Secondary College, we are a positive and creative learning community that prepares students for a successful life. We pride ourselves on having a safe, calm and orderly environment and we are dedicated to educating the whole person. We work in partnership with parents to develop young men and women who are globally aware, open to growth and committed to making a positive contribution to their local community.
The college has three state-of-the-art campuses: two Year 7–9 Junior Campuses and a Year 10–12 Senior Campus. Our Blair Street Junior Campus also includes the Hume Central English Language Centre, a Year 7–10 facility providing for the language-learning needs of newly arrived students to Australia.
Hume Central Secondary College’s Select Entry Accelerated Learning (SEAL) program operates at Years 7, 8 and 9 at both junior campuses. The SEAL program has been specially developed to cater for the needs of high-achieving students by providing them with challenge and enrichment within a motivated and academically high-achieving peer group.
In the senior years, students work with teachers to create a subject pathway that ensures they leave as young adults with the right skills they need for the next step in their lives. We believe that every learning pathway is valid and must be nurtured, and hence the college provides a diverse range of VCE subjects, a full VCAL program as well as a number of VET subjects.
We strongly believe that the key to a happy and successful education is the quality of the relationships that are formed between all members of the school community. We aim to ensure that every student feels safe and connected at all times. The dignity and respect for every person within our community underpins all that we do as a community, working collaboratively to assist each member of the community to achieve their hopes, dreams and aspirations.