Year 10 Career Development Day

Amanda HannUncategorized

On Friday 23rd July year 10 students remotely participated in a career development day.The day supported students in making informed decisions about their future and highlighted the opportunities that await them beyond year 10. It also prepared students for the upcoming year 10 transition interviews. Students engaged in a range of workshops and webinars: Students gained knowledge of the options … Read More

New Science Building

Amanda HannUncategorized

The new Science building has excellent facilities. It is part of the college’s building program.Students and teachers are enjoying the laboratories and the new technologies available to them.Specifically designed work spaces allow students to enhance their learning experience by working collaboratively with others.

2021 Swimming Carnival and NMR Qualifiers

Amanda HannUncategorized

Diamond Valley College’s swimming carnival was a great success. Many students participated in swimming, diving, volleyball and novelty events. Multiple students went on to represent Diamond Valley College at the District Swimming event. The following students further progressed and participated in the Northern Metropolitan Region Swimming event: Charlotte Beddoe, Maya Watson, Sienna Beddoe, Jasper Young, Lila Waterson, Alexis McIntosh, Alexander Jamieson and … Read More

Zahn Agosta – Selected for the Victorian Metro Basketball Team

Amanda HannUncategorized

Congratulations to Zahn Agosta in year 11! He has been selected to join the under 18 Victorian Metro Basketball Team. He is one of the best ten players from the Victorian Metro area. As part of this team, Zahn will be playing against teams from other states. Being part of the team allows for many opportunities, including possible recruitment to … Read More

2021 – The School Year Begins

Amanda HannUncategorized

It has been a busy first few weeks for staff and students at Diamond Valley College. The first day of school for year 7 students was filled with activities to familiarise themselves with their fellow students, the school and their teachers. Students participated in various activities in order to prepare them for the year ahead. Year 12 students participated in … Read More

Year 12 Graduation

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Congratulations to the class of 2020! The year 12 students celebrated their efforts and hard work this year at the College’s Auditorium. Graduation looked very different this year; the ceremony was filmed so families could stream and watch the event together at a later time. Past Diamond Valley College student, Briallen Davies, was the keynote speaker. She is currently studying … Read More

Exciting News – Brent Harvey joins DVC Sports Academy

Amanda HannNews & Events

We are very excited to announce that Brent Harvey will be joining the DVC Sports Academy AFL coaching team in a specialised coaching role for 2021. The athletes will benefit from his wealth of knowledge and experience. We look forward to an exciting 2021.

Year 12 Motivational Dinner

Amanda HannUncategorized

Despite the current circumstances the Year 12 Motivational Dinner went ahead successfully. It may have looked different from previous years, but it was important for year 12 students to experience this event as part of their year 12 journey at Diamond Valley College. Our students definitely needed some motivation and inspiration at this time. The day begun with hand delivered … Read More

Guest Speakers – Sports Academy

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Sports Academy students were very fortunate to have former Australian netball player, Bianca Chatfield as our special guest speaker. Bianca played over 240 games for Melbourne Phoenix ad Melbourne Vixen, she is also a Commonwealth Games gold and silver medallist and world champion. Bianca spoke to the athletes about how to develop a high-performance mindset to get the best out of … Read More

Welcome back to all students

Amanda HannUncategorized

Students received a warm welcome from Diamond Valley College staff. The dress up theme was crazy hats and socks. Students spent the morning participating in Berry Street style tasks. These tasks were focused around student wellbeing and debriefing about the time spent in remote learning. This supported student transition to face to face learning.