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School for Student Leadership

In Year 9 students may have the opportunity to attend a nine week leadership camp through the School for Student Leadership

Each year Yarrawonga College P – 12 apply to this leadership program to enable us to offer this to a select few in Year 9.   All Year 9 students have the opportunity to apply however due to limited spaces we can only accept a certain number.  Expression of Interests are required to be submitted together with an interview/selection process.

In Term 2 of 2023 we have a group of students attending the gnurad-gundidj Campus.  To learn more about this please click here http://www.gnurad-gundidj.vic.edu.au/

The School for Student Leadership (SSL) is a Victorian Department of Education and Training school specialising
in leadership education for students in Year 9.

Our Vision: We provide experiential education that supports personal growth, aspiration and transformation of all
students as global citizens.

Our mission: To provide an immersive State-Wide residential program for Year 9 Government school students which
enables them to grow into better citizens and leaders through increased self-awareness, social engagement,
community connection and environmental stewardship.

Our Campuses:
• The Alpine School Campus is located at Dinner Plain, in the Victorian Alps.
• The Snowy River Campus is located at Marlo, in EastGippsland
• Gnurad-Gundidj Campus is located at Glenormiston, in the WesternDistrict.
• Haining Farm Campus is located at Don Valley, in the Yarra Ranges Shire

The School for Student Leadership accepts students from metropolitan and country regions each term.

This will enable students from different backgrounds to share the experience and opportunities provided
through the program. The school offers a fully residential program for one school term with
accommodation for up to 45 students in a purpose-built facility.

Students apply to attend the programs through a process that links their application to a proposed
Community Learning Project (CLP). The CLP is the curriculum thread that runs in an adjoining and continuous
manner through the program. It provides the purpose for attendance and the motivation for departure.
Students symbolically are wedd