1986 – 1994
Founded in 1986, Kurunjang Secondary College is situated 35km north-west of Melbourne.
Originally named Kurunjang Post Primary School and located in the rapidly growing satellite
city of Melton, our college was the third educational option for secondary students in the
area. (Read More)
1995 – 2009
The End of the Twentieth Century…
In October 1994, Mr Robert Ayton was appointed College Principal. Under his leadership, Kurunjang Secondary College continued to pursue funding for programs and initiatives that not only supported student needs but also fostered academic success. (Read More)
2009 – 2016
Learn, Grow, Achieve, Together
In 2009, Mrs. Sandra Eglezos commenced as Principal. Mrs Eglezos’s determination to pursue growth in all areas of the College can be reflected in our college motto – Learn, Grow, Achieve Together; developed in consultation with staff and students. These values underpinned the shared purpose of our college. (Read more)
2016 – Present
Vision and Towards a Realisation
Our current College prospectus recognises the commitment to discovering and nurturing the abilities of every student, setting the highest expectations. We are justifiably proud of our students’ achievements.
The Kurunjang School Community wishes to acknowledge the contribution made to this document by Mrs Gayle Hocking and Ms Caroline Torode.
Gayle, together with her husband Ross, were foundation staff members. Both Gayle and Ross worked and contributed to the first 30 years of our college’s growth. Caroline has worked as a classroom teacher and leader at Kurunjang Secondary College since 2013.