Message from the Principal

Welcome back!

Let me welcome back all our students today as we resume ‘on-site’ learning. There was such a positive atmosphere in this school this morning, with teachers and students excited and eager to reconnect and share experiences. This has been a very difficult time for many students and families, and it’s great to be actually seeing each other in the same space after what seems such as long time. Not everyone found it difficult, of course, and we saw many students enjoy the independence of the program and thrive in the remote learning conditions. This period before the end of term will be devoted to re-orienting our Year 7-10 students, checking in on their wellbeing and reflecting on the experience so we can learn from it. There was so much innovation and effort put into the Home Learning Program from staff and students, and we need to honour that work by identifying the best elements and incorporating them into our future practice.


Jon Morley

Yr 7 2021 Enrolment Information

The GSC Yr 7 2021 Information Evening was held as an online webinar in May.  Click on the above link to hear from our Principal, Jon Morley, and receive information regarding curriculum, student support services and the Year 6 – 7 transition process.

At Gisborne Secondary College, we are required to manage our enrolments carefully. Gisborne Secondary College services a defined area, called the ‘Designated Neighbourhood Area’. We are your ‘Designated Neighbourhood School’ if we are the closest school to your permanent residential address, if measured by the shortest practicable route.

You can follow this link to determine your nearest school

 Please take this information into consideration when determining your child’s eligibility to enrol at Gisborne Secondary College.  You can find more information about our enrolment policy here:

My child currently attends a government primary school

My child currently attends a non-government (Catholic or independent) primary school or is being home-schooled

Uniform 2020

Years 7 and 8 – may wear the sports tracksuit pants/sports shorts and runners on days when they have sport or PE. At all other times they are to be in the new logo’ d navy-blue formal pants or shorts with black leather shoes. Students may choose to wear any of the approved tops with logos, or the formal blue cotton shirt, on any day they wish.

Years 9 to 12 – the only change to the 2019 Uniform Policy is that all tops and pants must have a GSC logo. The only exception to this rule are the sky-blue shirts, which don't have a logo.

Uniform 2021

Proposal - all year levels to wear the new navy-blue formal pants or shorts with black leather shoes, unless they have a PE class that requires physical activity, or sport on the day. Students may choose to wear any of the approved tops on any day they wish. All items, except for the sky-blue shirts, must have the GSC logo.


Phone:      (03) 5428 3691
Fax:           (03) 5428 4018
Address:    Melton Rd, Gisborne, 3437

  • Student Absences

    Phone: (03) 5428 0899, before 9.00am.

Principal: Jon Morley