Secondary Schools around Bayswater North area

I'm curious to know where people who live in Bayswater North send their kids to secondary school?

If I found a nice home for sale in the area, I would be hesitant to consider it because there are not many secondary school options nearby. (I am aware that Bayswater Secondary College is a short drive away from Bayswater North, but this school has a terrible reputation).

It's a shame that there are so few state secondary schools in the Boronia/Basin/Bayswater North/Kilyth areas.

Any thoughts?
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AdamS 2yrs+
Hi Gordon,

After doing a little research on Google, I found a list of schools that might get you started:

Bayswater Secondary College
Orchard Road, Bayswater VIC 3153
‪(03) 9729 2555 ‬‎

Bayswater North Primary
Stuart Street, Bayswater North VIC 3153
‪(03) 9729 1744 ‬‎

Bayswater West Primary
Phyllis Street, Bayswater VIC 3153
‪(03) 9729 3394 ‬‎

Bayswater South Primary
Enfield Dr, Bayswater VIC 3153
‪(03) 9729 2862 ‬‎

Our Lady of Lourdes Primary
23 Orange Grove, Bayswater VIC 3153
‪(03) 9729 3411 ‬‎

Bayswater Primary
Birch Street, Bayswater VIC 3153
‪(03) 9721 3755

I'd also suggest possible getting involved in this thread as that is where some of the best conversations around schools is taking place:

http://localvoices.realestate.com.au/victoria/forums/best-school-in-melbourne

AJ
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warrend4 2 days ago
Hi Gordon and AJ,

not sure when this post was made but I would suggest to you that Bayswater Secondary College has changed significantly in the past 3 years, with on-going refurbishments to the existing facilities, a new Principal and senior leadership staff, the establishment of a SEAL program and a fully revamped curriculum from Years 7-12. I would encourage you to take a tour of the school, which will be taken by the Principal so that you can better understand the changes and improvements that have been made. The school is certainly a calm and welcoming place, with high expectations and aspirations for all of its students and they are keen to build deeper connections within the community.
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