Our students will be enrolled through the Registered Training Organisation of Access Australia Groups training division Access Skills Training (AST) offering a range of industry relevant programs and short courses that support the vocational skills development of individuals and businesses within our community.
Bendigo Senior Secondary College is situated in central Bendigo overlooking the historic Rosalind Park.
BSE provides schooling for Years 7 - 10 and is located on the former site of Flora Hill College.
Bendigo TAFE is a multi-disciplined educational provider which annually offers over 400 courses to some 14,000 students and is committed to the vocational education and training needs of the community, business and industry.
The Bendigo Technical Education College caters for Years 10, 11 and 12 students who wish to study toward their Year 12 Certificate and start an apprenticeship whilst still at school (Australian School-based Apprenticeship).
Doxa Schools re-ignite interest in learning, offering supportive alternative education for young people who have become disengaged from regular school.
Eaglehawk Secondary College is a 7 to 10 college which focuses on the needs of students in preparation for the VCE, further study or the workforce
Girton Grammar School is an Independent, Christian, Co-Educational Day School for young people from Preparatory to Year 12.
Kalianna School is for students aged 5 to 18 years of age who have a mild to moderate intellectual disability.
La Trobe University's Bendigo campus is the University's second largest campus with more than 4,000 local and international students studying courses in this regional Victorian city. Because of the relatively small size of the campus and city, the student community is strong and inclusive.
NETschool Bendigo works with young people (15-20 years) who are experiencing difficulties with mainstream schooling but who have a desire to get back into with learning.
Weeroona College Bendigo is located on the northern side of Bendigo and caters for students from White Hills, Epsom, Huntly, North Bendigo and Bendigo East along with students from surrounding rural areas including Heathcote and Goornong.