About Us

About Us

About Nhill College

School Overview

Nhill College encourages individual responsibility for learning and a culture that values each studentís right and potential to learn. The College, along with its community, places an emphasis on encouraging students to achieve their full academic, physical and social potential.

The College is well resourced with modern facilities and equipment. These include a sports centre with gymnasium and squash courts, a music and performing arts centre, new primary and secondary classrooms including specialist science, art and technology rooms, a modern well-equipped library and computer facilities and outstanding sports fields and outdoor activity areas.

The P-10 curriculum covers all key learning areas with Indonesian as the Language Other Than English study. A wide range of Victorian Certificate of Education, Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning, Vocational Education and Training subjects and School Based Apprenticeships meet the learning needs of senior students. The curriculum is complemented by debating, public speaking, academic competitions, music, a production, a presentation ball, camps, the Advance program emphasising leadership and personal development, visiting performances, guest speakers, student well being programs, and a wide range of sporting and fitness opportunities including sports coaching.

The College enjoys a positive relationship with its community, providing community access to the Lowan Sports Centre. Several sporting clubs also use school facilities as their main base. Service Clubs and local industry provide excellent support for a range of school programs. Volunteer parents make a welcome and significant contribution to classroom and extra curricular activities.

Student enrolments

For 2013 Nhill College has 362 enrolments, consisting of 151 primary and 211 secondary students. The College is proud of its students and the manner in which they involve themselves in a range of school and community events.


Nhill is located in north-western Victoria, half way between Melbourne and Adelaide.

For a map of the town, including the schools location, please view the town map below.

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Last updated Tuesday May 21, 2013 10:40 AM