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Dimboola Memorial Secondary College (DMSC) was established in 1923 and is unique in the sense that it is the only Memorial School in Victoria.

DMSC is a small rural secondary college situated in the Wimmera Region 36 km from Horsham. It is a traditional secondary college in its curriculum design but prides itself on its broad senior offerings including VET/VCAL and VCE pathways.

Everything we do at DMSC is designed to deliver ever improving learning experiences and outcomes that will enable all students to leave DMSC with the skills, knowledge, behaviours and values that drive quality life experiences. read more...

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Principal's Report - Tuesday 27th June 2017

End of the Term
This Friday sees the end of what has been a very busy term. To celebrate, we will be holding a wheelchair basketball relay race in the sport stadium after lunch. Each year level will have two teams of ten students and the staff will also have a team. There will be a Grand Final race to determine the fastest team.

These will be distributed at the end of school on Friday and students and parents are encouraged to discuss these important documents together. The graphs that are provided will give a snapshot of the student’s progress in each subject and this information can be used to identify areas for improvement in Term 3.

Careers Expo
Today a large group of students from Years 10, 11 and 12M travelled to Longerenong College for the annual careers information day. This day offers students a large number of sites from which they can obtain information regarding possible future pathways. Thanks to Mrs Thomas for overseeing the organisation of the day and Mrs Allan, Ms Frost, Mrs Kuhnell and Ms Tellbach for accompanying the students.

Moana Hope Breakfast
This morning, Mrs Kuhnell and I headed off to Federation University with 8 students from Year 7 and 8 to listen to Moana Hope speak about her life as one of the first AFL Women’s Football Ambassadors. It was inspiring to hear how Moana has overcome a number of obstacles in her life to start up a successful business that she owns and also continue to pursue her real passion in life – football.

Happy Holidays
May all staff and students have a safe and restful break and use this time to recharge the batteries. Mrs Gawith will return to school next term after her long service leave.

Sally Klinge
Acting Principal

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