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 Faculty of Engineering at Monash University would like to invite students in Year 8 to their Year 8 Engineering Challenge to experience 3 days of fun and exciting engineering workshops during the school holidays.
When: Monday 1st July - Wednesday 3rd July 2019 9:00am - 3:30pm
Where: Faculty of Engineering, Monash University Clayton Campus
Cost: FREE for 2 students per SAM school (worth $300 for 3 days)
Registrations close: Wednesday 26 June, 2019
Register via the website: https://www.monash.edu/engineering/challenge
The discount code is Y8EC19
Plus, students coming from a rural or regional area with a parent can have their accommodation booked and paid for by Monash. Further information is available on the on the website.
Submission dates: Entries will be accepted from 4 March 2019 to 16 August 2019.
Feel passionate about an issue and would like to write something to be published on the website? Then pass it on to your teacher and request it to be published here under the "Student Contributions" on the Student Page. It can be in any written form.
How are Sale College students perceived by the local community?
If this question interests you might like to read a poem by Elizabeth Bannerman. The poem entitled "What do you See, the Uniform or Me?" explores from a personal viewpoint, the idea of community perception of Sale College students.
Click here to read the poem "What do you See, the Uniform or Me?"
All entries must be received by 5pm on Saturday 6 July 2019
This year, the Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge (PRC) is running its first ever reader's review competition for secondary school students (Years 7 to 10). Write a book review for your chance to win a prize pack of free books and a visit to Penguin publishing house in Melbourne. Register for the 2019 Premiers' Reading Challenge. Read a book from reader's review book list (available in the OLC) according to your year level. Students then write a 400-500 word review, including an insightful analysis for the intended audience (Year 7 to 8 or Year 9 to 10). Further details see Mrs. O'Reilly or visit the website.
Premiers' Reading Challenge ends on 6 September.
The Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge is now open and Sale College is excited to be participating. The Challenge is open to all Victorian students up to Year 10. It is not a competition; but a personal challenge for students to read a set number of books by 6 September 2019. To read the Premier's letter to parents, view the booklists and for more information about the Victorian Premiers' Reading Challenge, visit: www.education.vic.gov.au/prc
To sign up talk to a librarian at the Guthridge OLC or Macalister Library
Please find below the links to download the 2019 stationery requirements for each year level.
Get your study times organised for your assessment tasks in 2019 by downloading a schedule of dates for tasks throughout this year.
At Sale College participation in the many areas of school life is encouraged and valued and these activities are embedded in the life of the school. The purpose of the Awards system is to recognise students for their commitment, involvement and excellence to the school in the following areas: Academic, Sports, Civics and Citizenship and the Arts.
See the Sports Page for information about how points are awarded towards a Sport Merit Badge.
You can download the Sale College Awards System document to learn more about how to earn points towards a merit badge.
The UV Index measures UV levels on a scale from 0 (Low) to 11+ (Extreme). Sun protection is recommended when UV levels are 3 (Moderate) or higher.
Students are encouraged to practice sun smart behaviours at school and wear hats when outside, use shade and apply SPF 50+ sunscreen. Sunscreen is provided at school in the front office, staffrooms and year level offices. Students should read the school SunSmart policy (link below) to find out more.
Educloud is a high speed private Wi-Fi service connecting students across the region to their school network and learning resources. The EduCloud platform enables students and teachers to work, connect and collaborate – across Wellington Shire. Access to EduCloud is available from the new Port of Sale Wellington Centre.
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:
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:
You can find out important dates for college events throughout the year by viewing our Compass calendar.
You can download a copy of the handbook from the link below.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
Telephone (03) 5144 3711 (Guthridge Campus)
Telephone (03) 5144 1711 (Macalister Campus)
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