Students can access their school email, printing balance and reset their internet password using links on this page. Important notices for students about exam timetables, overseas study tours, coming events etc will appear under Student Notices.
The Mid Year exams will begin on Monday June 4th and conclude on Thursday June 7th.
The Year 10 Exams will take place in Memorial Hall.
The Year 11 exams will take place in the Macalister Campus Gym.
Educloud is a high speed private Wi-Fi service connecting students across the region to their school network and learning resources. The EduCloud platform will enable students and teachers to work, connect and collaborate – across Wellington Shire. Access to EduCloud will be available from the new Port of Sale Wellington Centre from May 2018.
By default, all students will have access to Educloud. However if you do not want your child to have access please complete the Opt Out declaration (available to download from the link below) and return it to the front office.
Further information related to the roll out of the Wellington Shire Educloud platform can be found below:
The ICAS (International Competitions and Assessments for Schools) Science test will be held on Tuesday 29th May. ICAS is an independent, skills-based assessment program which recognises and rewards student achievement.
Over one million student entries are accepted from over 6,300 schools in Australia and New Zealand annually. In addition, students from over 20 countries including Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and the USA participate in ICAS each year.
ICAS Science assesses students' skills in the key scientific areas of: Observing and measuring - Noting and measuring features of items and phenomena Interpreting data - Interpreting diagrams, tables and graphs Applying data - Including inferring, predicting and concluding Investigating - Experimental design, use of controls and notion of 'fair test' Higher-order skills - Including reasoning and problem solving.
If you would like to participate in the ICAS Science test please give your name to Ms Welfare before Friday 27th April.
A new Mobile Phone Policy has been developed in collaboration with staff, students and parents regarding the use of mobile phones within college grounds. All students should download and read the policy (see link below) to ensure they comply with its contents. Below is an excerpt from the policy.
In particular, mobile phones must not be used to invade the privacy of others or breach the law. Students who use a mobile phone either by a direct phone call, text message or other function to: bully, harass, threaten, abuse, vilify or embarrass other students or staff will face disciplinary action which may lead to suspension and/or police involvement.
Find resources below on the Student Resources page of the website of the presenters of the recent Digital Thumb Print Presentation.
These resources relate to being safe with your information online and include:
To help you get your study times organised for 2018 the Assessment schedule for Year 12 and Year 11 SACs for 2018 can be downloaded from the links below:
If that sounds like you, the State Library from Victoria are looking for teenagers to judge the Inky Awards. The job includes reading 20 books, writing reviews, selecting the winners and presenting at public forums such as assemblies. If you are interested, further information can be found at:
We would encourage as many students as possible to use the Macalister library for Study Buddies after school. The library is open each night after school with Teachers rostered on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to support students.
Study Buddies also runs every Thursday after school at the Guthridge Campus in the OLC from 3.30 to 4.15pm.
You can keep up with important dates and events happening throughout the year by opening our online calendar. If you have your own Google Calendar you can copy events from the School Calendar to yours. Click on an event and a pop up offers you the option to "copy to my calendar".
The calendar is a useful tool to help students with their forward planning for the year.
You can download a copy of the handbook from the link below. The handbook contains descriptions of each of the electives on offer for 2018.Year 9 Electives Subject Handbook
The Sale College Library has recently subscribed to Wheelers books for online access to audio books and a limited selection of eBooks. To sign in, students need their student code. The password is Library1. Use the link below to go to the website:
You can also choose to download the app from the App Store or Google Play.
Respectful Relationships is a core component of the new Victorian Curriculum. Sale College has been selected as a Lead School to help deliver on this part of the new curriculum. Find out more by going to the new Respectful Relationships page.
Many great resources likeThe Line website are linked to the Respectful Relationships page. This website is for young people. It is about relationships, gender, sex, bystander action, technology and communication.
The following links are Campus specific for students to access online testing:
VCE students can download the VCE SAC (School Assessed Coursework) Policy by clicking here.
Sale College Library Catalogue - Search the Sale College Library Catalogue
Wellington Shire Library Catalogue - Search Wellington Shire Library Catalogue
Echo - Database for information and ideas on Issues for VCE English
Victorian Education Channel - FUSE