Elwood College has been awarded one of The Age’s 10 ‘Schools that Excel’ awards. These awards recognise Victorian government and non-government secondary schools that have shown continuous improvement over the last decade.


Elwood College Captains Hugo Radovanovic and Sabrina Phillips Brash have been featured in the Port Phillip Leader’s piece ‘Tomorrow’s Leaders’.

‘Top Screen’ is an annual film festival at ACMI showcasing short films made by a handful of top-performing VCE Media students. 2018 Year 12 Henry Lucas’ film Deep Storage was selected alongside just thirteen other students’ work for this year’s exhibition. Top Screen 2019 officially launched last Thursday night, and is open until the 7th of May.

As part of the Safe Schools Coalition, Elwood College is proud to be home to a diverse, inclusive community of students. As a reflection of this, we are excited to announce that Year 12 student and SRC Senior School President Raffy Blay is creating the school’s first Queer-Straight Alliance.

On Friday 22nd March, Elwood College celebrated the 20th national Harmony Day, a day that celebrates Australia’s multiculturalism. This day is about inclusiveness, respect, and unity.