A CUTTING EDGE new secondary school SERVING Melbourne's outer south east.

Clyde Secondary College opened in January 2022 commencing with a Year 7 intake on February 1st.  

The College is committed to creating a learning environment that is built on high expectations for all, where every student is exposed to a rich, diverse and challenging curriculum, while ensuring they are valued and that each student enjoys the caring and supportive environment in which they learn every day. 

Key events

Student Free Day
Student Free Day26th July
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Students are not required to come to school on this day.
Year 7 Camp
Year 7 Camp22nd - 24th May
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Year 7 students will be attending school camp at Alexandra Adventure Resort. Camp is a fantastic oppurtunity for students to make friends, build resilience and have fun!
Year 9 Camp
Year 9 Camp6th - 10th May
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We have 32 students in Year 9 who will be attending Rubicon, and participating in adventurous activities, such as mountain biking, rafting and hiking, as well as a resilience and problem solving program. This is a great opportunity for the students attending to push themselves out of their comfort zone, build on their leadership and gain some independence.
New Bus Routes Starting
New Bus Routes StartingFriday 31st March
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We have two new bus routes starting at the start of Term 2 - Tooradin/Blind Bight and Clyde North. Please note, students will need a Myki card to use the bus services. Routes available under 'Student Life' tab.

Life @ CSC


2024 Harmony Day

On Thursday 21st March, the college had an amazing day celebrating Harmony Day! Many students were dressed proudly in their cultural clothing. Many performances took

Year 8s at the giant swing

2023 Year 8 Camp

Our Year 8 students had the opportunity to visit The Ranch on Mornington Peninsula for their camp. From mastering archery skills, conquering rock-climbing challenges and

About our school

Our school values reflect our vision of “Excelling together, valuing the individual”, which can be summarised by REACH; Respect, Excellence, Aspiration, Curiosity and Honesty. 

We’re dedicated to supplementing students’ learning with a wide range of co-curricular programs. These include extensive student leadership development, performing arts and sporting opportunities. 

Every student is encouraged to get involved with the wider community, and we’re here to help them build on the necessary skills to do so, ensuring all students leave the College as highly productive and successful global citizens.