Belmont High School is a large single campus co-educational State secondary school with approximately 1300 students enrolled. Students are encouraged to achieve excellence and are supported by caring, highly qualified and expert educational staff. The school is committed to global education and offers a diverse academic experience, supported by international exchange and extensive extra-curricular programs and boasts a strong history of academic success. The school is accredited to offer a Select Entry Accelerated Learning Program for gifted and talented students. Our school hosts the BioLab (Victorian Bioscience Education Centre) that is a state-wide specialist sports and health science centre.
Students are encouraged to achieve excellence. The Belmont High School community develops positive relationships that are fundamental to success. Student learning is our core educative purpose which is achieved through: teamwork, respect for others, wellbeing, humour and at all times provide for an individual’s wellbeing through understanding and ongoing support.
Applications for places in the International Student Program at Belmont High School are managed centrally by the International Education Division (IED) of the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD). Details regarding the application process can be found on the IED website: www.study.vic.gov.au For further information please contact Simone Buchanan-Huhn (director of the International Student Program) firstname.lastname@example.org Michael Caccamo (Assistant Principal) Is the Principal Class Officer involved in the program email@example.com
Testimonial from a Belmont High School International Student:
“Studying at Belmont High School was one of the greatest and unique experiences I have ever had in my life. The understanding teachers helped my quickly improve my English. During my time at the school, I formed friendships with local students who helped me adjust to my new lifestyle and I met many students from diverse backgrounds and cultures.”
Wee Chaimanowong – Thailand
Studying Science at Monash University.