Key Dates

    Friday 15th September - Last Day of Term 3

    Monday 2nd October - First Day of Term 4

    College Tours for 2023.

    College tours for 2023 are now taking bookings.

    Please click on the link to book.

    In the meantime, if there is any information that you require about our school, please let us know by emailing us at

    You can also contact Diamond Valley College on 9438 1411 to speak to our Principal Allison Bennett or Assistant Principal Shona McEnaney

    From Aspiration to Reality

    Diamond Valley College is a school community that welcomes, nurtures and embraces all students. We offer multiple learning opportunities and encourage all students to achieve their best. Diamond Valley College is an environment in which students feel confident to learn. We have high expectations of our students as learners and members of the community.

    Teaching and Learning

    Latest News, Achievements & Events

    Exciting term ahead of us with plenty of events happening!

    MND Freeze Day -

    Comedy for a Cause

    Annie, The Musical


    Term 3 Sports

    Congratulations to our Junior AFLW Girls and Year 7 AFL Boys team for making State Finals! Top 4 in the state. Well done.


    Meet Harley, who is our friendly and fluffy support member for our staff and students. He loves cuddles and helping our school community to feel safe at school.

    College Captains 2023

    Congratulations to our College Captains for 2023.

    Ruby Moore

    Grace Maxey

    Zack Knight

    Isabelle Cottrell

    We are very proud and we look forward to seeing all 4 students leading the school by example. Well done.

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    DVC Sports Academy

    Diamond Valley College Sports Academy provides students the opportunity to train and gain experiences at a high performance level, in AFL/W Netball, Tennis and Basketball.

    For more information and registration forms, please click here or contact Kelly Meade during school hours 94381411.


    Diamond Valley College subscribes to the Berry Street Education Model

    The Berry Street Education Model has provided Diamond Valley College with the training, curriculum and strategies to engage students. This education initiative is based on proven positive education, trauma-informed and wellbeing practices that enable students’ academic and personal growth.

    High Achiever Program Showcase

    DET Bushfire at Risk Register

    Fire danger ratings and warnings are used in Victoria to provide clear direction on the safest options for preserving life.
    Schools and children’s services listed on the DET Bushfire At-Risk Register (BARR) will be closed when a Code Red fire danger rating day is determined in their Bureau of Meteorology district. Our school has been identified as being one of those at high bushfire risk and is listed on the BARR.

    Click here for further information