Select Entry Enhancement @ Koonung (SEE@K) Program
Koonung Secondary College is a high-performing coeducational school located in Melbourne’s leafy east. The SEE@K program is an integral element of the College’s commitment to differentiated teaching and learning that caters to the needs of highly able students and extends them through challenging activities.
Through effort and teamwork, students strive for excellence, take risks and learn from challenges. With both a global and community-focused outlook, and core respect for diversity, our students seek creative solutions to problems and strive to make a difference. Future leaders are open to learning, have self-belief, communicate well and care about issues beyond the individual and students from the SEE@K program frequently become leaders in our school community.
What sort of students are suited to the program?
SEE@K suits students who:
Growth through challenge
SEE@K students progress with their age-peers enabling them to participate in a range of valuable development programs, such as Live Life, with students across their year level.
In senior years, students have the opportunity to accelerate in their studies by undertaking a VCE study in Year 10. Highly proficient and motivated students are encouraged to complete a VCE university-enhancement subject in their final year, in preparation for tertiary studies. Students interested in the performing Arts find Koonung’s drama productions and musicals wonderful and fulfilling experiences. Koonung enjoys relationships with many local community groups, and these give students real opportunities to be involved in social initiatives.
Expressions of Interest
Places in the SEE@K program are limited. Students should first apply for enrolment at Koonung Secondary College. Applications for the SEE@K program will be available only to those enrolled at Koonung. Information on the process will be emailed with the enrolment packages in August.
Selection for the SEE@K program will entail general aptitude testing (Edutest).
Testing will occur this year in Term 4 (date to be advised) for entry into the Year 7 program in the following year. A link will be provided for registration via an email during the College enrolment process.
Please direct any inquiries to:
High-ability Practice Leader