13 February, 2017
Achievement through opportunity
PSC is a proud government school offering
safe and progressive learning.
Your personal best
Our mission is to empower each student to
advance to their preferred pathway.
SOAR is a set of ideals that the College lives by, helping to shape socially responsible citizens and build pathways to their future.
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The College is known for its chess, art, writing and aerobics co-curricular activities, and a wide variety of sporting programmes.
Our success stories
There are no limits on what a Pakenham Secondary College student can achieve. Graduates include well known business people, politicians, sports people and a wide range of locals making great contributions to the community.
AFL premiership footballer
Drafted from Gippsland Power to Collingwood FC in 2006, Tyson played in the club’s famous 2010 premiership victory and kicked the first goal of the game.
Class of 2015
Excellent VCE results
Congratulations are in order for students, families and teachers of the Class of 2015, whose average VCE study results were the school’s best since 2004.
In 2014, Jesse was picked for Australia in baseball at the Under 15 World Cup in Mexico. The team finished with a world ranking of 9. Jesse received a Victorian School Sports Award in 2015.
After graduating from university, Daniel’s first job was with investment firm JBWere. 12 years later, he became its CEO. Daniel now holds a key role with Impact Investing Australia.
Lachie was selected as the #3 draft pick in 2006 by the North Melbourne Football Club and has carved out a successful career at both ends of the ground.
Brett was first elected to the Cardinia Shire Council in 2005 and is currently in his third term. He served as mayor between 2012 and 2013.
The state Member for Bass is a successful businessman and high profile fundraiser for several local community groups. Brian also chairs the College’s school council.
Mitch was selected to play for Australia in the Under 19 Floorball World Championships, held in Helsingborg, Sweden, in April 2015.
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