The Elwood College Basketball Academy has gone from strength to strength since its inception in 2015, giving students the opportunity to pursue the sport with expert coaching at school.

The Academy merges sporting endeavour with student wellbeing and personal development. With a strong mentoring component, the program complements students’ academic activities and the goals of the school curriculum.

The Department of Education has extended funding for the Tutor Learning Initiative, which will make sure that students who need extra, targeted learning support can get the help they need in 2023.

Support is available for the students who need it most across all year levels, and students have been identified by Sub School Directors and Learning Specialists. The tutors provide targeted teaching to their students. This may involve taking part in small group learning in a class setting or outside of regular class.

Dear Students, Families, and Staff,

The Middle School Representations of Women class is launching the annual Elwood College Dignity Drive in lead up to International Women's Day (March 8th.)

Share the Dignity is a not-for-profit organisation whose aim is to end period poverty and empower women across the world. If you wish to read more about the organisation follow this link:

We are looking for your support in this campaign by donating any of the following:

We are thrilled to announce that the ‘23 musical production will be ‘Seussical Jr.’ A warm, fun and energetic tale based on the works of Dr Seuss. Music and lyrics by Flaherty and Ahrens. The production team are in a great place with design concepts and audition packs ready to go. Information sessions will be held during week 7 term 1 (6/3) which will cover the audition process, information and ideas about the show, expectations and cast and crew requirements.

COVIDSafe measures have changed but all Victorian government schools are required to continue to implement important practices to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

COVID Testing