Lyndhurst Secondary College aims to provide a strong education for secondary students within the Lyndhurst, Lynbrook, Cranbourne North and wider Cranbourne community.

We expect our students to transition into further education and training as they prepare themselves to be active participants as adults in our community.

Our Values: Commitment, Excellence and Integrity centred upon High Expectations based around Respect for Self, Others and the Environment.

Lyndhurst is a great school to be a part of and one that serves its local community well. Through our common purpose, vision and values we aim to provide a rich and diverse, quality educational experience for our students.

We are “empowering students for learning and life”.


For further information please make contact with the College.

Backpacks 4 Vic Kids Fundraiser

As a part of year 12 VCAL Personal Development Skills (PDS), 12V has decided on fundraising and donating for a charity called ‘Backpacks 4 VIC Kids’. This is a Victorian non-profit organization based just 5 minutes from Lyndhurst Secondary College. Backpacks 4 VIC Kids support children (new born to 17 years of age) who have been placed into foster or emergency care, by providing the children with backpacks filled of the things they need to feel better, and the things they have left home without.

These things may include: nappies, backpacks, nappy bags, formula sachets, blankets, clothes, stationary, teddy bears, toys, and many other goods. The bags they fill are nappy bags for newborn 0000 to size 3 boys or girls, and backpacks for boys or girls sizes 4 – 20.

We would appreciate any donations for the backpacks above, in new condition or second hand but clean.

We will be collecting donations starting from the 21st of August (Friday) until the 11th September (Friday), at the front of the Inquiry Centre. Collection times are Monday, Thursday and Friday before school and the first 10 minutes of Lunchtime.

Invitation – Courage to Care Opening Ceremony 26th August 6.30pm


Over the past 23 years, more than 80,000 Victorian students have encountered a life-changing experience.

In a program employing the Holocaust as a backdrop to the extraordinary acts of ordinary people known as the Righteous Among the Nations, Victorians learn about the consequences of unfettered racism, prejudice and bullying, and are empowered to be Upstanders in the face of injustice.

The program is a travelling educational exhibition developed and delivered by volunteers which conveys its message throughout Victoria.

Members of our community are invited to attend the official opening and community viewing on Wednesday 26th August 6.30pm.  Please refer to the attached link for RSVP details.

Invitation Official Opening Courage to Care Cranbourne 2015