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Ozford College

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About Ozford College

Ozford College is a senior secondary high school. It is a member of the Independent Schools of Victoria and is committed to providing quality educational programs for students to achieve their educational and personal goals and embrace lifelong learning. The College fosters a personalised environment where students can develop skills and values to enable them to participate effectively in their chosen career field and the wider community. Ozford is committed to the achievement of excellence in education.

The High School program for Australian and international students starts at Year 10 and leads to either the Victorian Certificate of Education or the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning to. It is an innovative school offering students the best possible opportunities to maximise their potential and excel academically. Ozford College supports and promotes the Principles and Practice of Australian Democracy, and these concepts underpin the design of it’s Curriculum and college policies. The teachers are experienced, passionate and dedicated to providing a student-focused approach to ensure a supportive, individualised

Member of Australian Council for Private Education and Training
Where can you study?
-37.81476, 144.97278 310 King Street,Melbourne,Victoria,3000 Australia
Nearest City: Melbourne
Estimated cost of living: -1
Type: On-campus
Address: 310 King Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000 Australia

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