School Tours & Information Evenings

School Tours

We are always excited to welcome prospective students, parents and carers into our learning community.

School tours are run by our Principal Team on the first Wednesday of every month during term time.  Tours commence at 9.15am and last approximately 45 minutes.

If the first Wednesday of the month occurs during a school holiday period, a tour will be scheduled for the first week of term.

Book your place in an upcoming school tour using our School Tour Booking Form.

If you have specific questions regarding our college that we can assist with, please contact us on 5996 0144.

NOTE: We are currently redeveloping our virtual tour and college prospectus. These will assist students, parents and carers in making the decision to come to Lyndhurst Secondary College as your local school of choice.

Information Evenings

Across the year, the college runs a series of information evenings for both current and prospective students.  We encourage parents and carers, as well as students to attend these events to gain important insight into your child’s learning and education. 

Most information evenings or events are run in person, but some are also available online. 

All information evenings run at the college are conducted in English as well as specific sessions run for Dari language speakers.

Examples of information evenings or opportunities for parents and carers to get involved in their child’s learning we run over the year include:

  • Year 7 Welcome BBQ (Year 7 students and families)
  • NAPLAN information sessions (Years 7 and 9 students and families)
  • Prospective Year 7 Information Evening and Experience Night (Grade 4 to 6 students and families)
  • Year 9 into 10 Subject Selection Information Evening (Year 9 students and families)
  • Senior School Information Evening (Years 10 to 11 students and families)
  • NAPLAN: Understanding your child’s NAPLAN results (Years 7 and 9 students and families)
  • Course Counselling interviews (Years 8 to 11 students and families)

Preparing for Year 7 (Grade 6 students and families)

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