Please peruse our questions below to see if we answer your question.
Alternatively drop our Enrolments Coordinator an email on [email protected]
Yes, all students and their families are welcome to tour Victory College Monday-Friday by appointment. Please arrange a personal tour.
We aim to ensure adequate teacher-student ratios in all of our classes, with support from Teacher Aides. Most classes have approximately 28 students or less.
Our after-school sports are outlined on the Sports page and include sports such as rugby, futsal, netball and equestrian. Some sports change each term depending on the nature of the wider community and representative sports program schedules.
Tute Time is free and offered to students who need additional assistance in their learning.
Primary students from Year 2 can attend tute time every Tuesday from 3-4pm (upon request) under the guidance of teachers and teacher aides.
Secondary students make individual appointments with their own teachers and can meet them on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-4pm in our library.
We have a strict no bullying policy. More information on our approach to student welfare can be found here.
Our full uniform guidelines and policy are outlined here. We expect all students to wear their uniform to and from school and for it to be cleaned an ironed.
Fees can be paid by Direct Debit or Credit Card. Our full fee schedule and terms can be found here as well as all the necessary forms to download.
Yes there is. Our discounts are:
Further discounts apply for additional students. Please contact our office for more information.
Our bus routes are all outlined here. We have eight buses travelling to:
Bus 2 – Woolooga, Lower Wonga, Widgee, The Palms
Bus 3 – Wolvi, Neusavale Road, Gap Road, Cedar Pocket, Sandy Creek, Veteran
Bus 5 – Goomeri, Kilkivan, Lower Wonga, Chatsworth
Bus 6 – Pinbarren, Cooran, Traveston, Kybong, Southside
Bus 7 – Glenwood, Miva, Curra
Bus 8 – Rainbow Beach, Cooloola Cove, Tin Can Bay
Bus 9 – Tuchekoi, Imbil, Kandanga, Amamoor, Jones Hill
Bus 10 – Cooroy, Pomona, Federal
No they do not. It is not compulsory for entry.
You can find out more information about mykindy at Victory College on their website www.mykindyatvictory.com.au – You can download a brochure and enrolment form there.
The College has a strong track record in academic achievement compared with similar schools throughout Queensland. Students perform in the top 20%.
No you do not pay extra for after-school sport or Tute Time. Other fees depend on student’s interests and whether they have private tuition.
No, not at this point in time.
Not all grades have the same number of classes. There is a maximum of two classes per year level.
Yes you are more than welcome to book a tour and not have an enrolment interview. This can be done here. You are also welcome to attend our Open Day and Spring Tour – these will be advertised on our website and Facebook Page.
Visit the section on Equestrian.
VET courses, school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, and ATAR (for students intending to go to university) are all offered at Victory.
Yes, this varies throughout the year, depending on the sports season e.g, cross country, swimming, rugby, equestrian.