Contact Details


03 5820 9900

Absence Line: 

03 5820 9977 
Leave student name, Home Group number & date of absence

Excursion Line: 

03 5820 9988

Postal address: 

P. O. Box 4010, SHEPPARTON 3632

Street address: 

Parkside Drive, SHEPPARTON 3630

Email address


 WPSC Hall Of Fame 2015


The Wanganui Park Secondary College "Hall of Fame" was opened early in 2008 to acknowledge outstanding achievement of people who have been associated with our College over the years.

In 2008 we acknowledged our first four recipients, Sharon Orrman-Rossiter, Brett Lancaster, Adam Thompson and Gino Somers. In 2009 Nicole Buck (Pettigrew), Wilfred Poole and Wade Bennett were inducted into our Hall of Fame. A further two recipients were inducted in 2011: Peter Gibbs and Matthew Gardiner. In 2013 past students Wendy Lovell and Meg Stirling were recognised for their achievements.


As part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations in 2015 the College will recognise the achievements of individuals and will induct new members into its Hall of Fame.

The College is seeking nominations of individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement from personal effort or initiative, in a field of endeavour. Such fields of endeavour include the Arts, Academic, Sports and Community Service. Nominees must be past students of Wanganui Park Secondary College.


Nomination forms and the guidelines for the Selection Criteria can be downloaded from this website. They are also available from the College or can be emailed to you by phoning the College on (03) 5820 9900 or by emailing shaw.lynda.a@edumail.vic.gov.au.


The closing date for the nominations is Friday 21st August 2015. The inductees will be formerly inducted during the College's 40th Anniversary celebrations to be held in October 2015.​

 40th Anniversary


Wanganui Park Secondary College will celebrate its 40th anniversary on the weekend 16-18 October 2015.

There are a number of events planned to celebrate this milestone:

·        Hall of Fame Induction Assembly

·        VCE Arts Exhibition

·        School Tours

·        Photo, video and memorabilia displays

·        40th Anniversary Dinner

·        Sunday BBQ lunch​
More information can be found here:

 Immunisation Program 2015


There have been a number of important changes to the Secondary School Vaccine Program for 2015.

·         The vaccine that protects against diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough (Boostrix) will be offered to all students in Years 7,8,9 and 10.

·         The time-limitied human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine program for year 9 boys was completed in December 2014. HPV vaccine will continue to be offered to all students (both male and female) in Year 7 from 2015.

Local councils deliver the program and schools distribute the vaccine consent forms.

Recently the Public Health and Wellbeing Regulations 2009 were amended to authorise schools to release parent and student information to local councils so that councils can follow up with parents after the consent forms have been distributed.

This means that we will provide your local council with your contact details and a local council representative may contact you with vaccine program information. If you do not wish for your details to be provided to your local council, please advise me in writing before close of business 28 February 2015.

If you are unable to contact me by the above date you will need to contact the officer responsible for the vaccine program at your local council in the event that you have queries about your contact details.

Every day immunisation saves lives and makes it possible for Victorians to live free from the illness and the disability caused by many infectious diseases. All Victorian secondary students can receive these vaccines for free through the school-based program.

Consent forms will be sent home to students on Friday 13th February and need to be returned to the College by Monday 23rd February. The next step will be to return the student's vaccine consent forms to the school. Without returning a consent form, a student may miss the opportunity to be vaccinated. It is important the consent forms are completed and returned to the school, regardless of whether you agree that the student will be vaccinated or not as part of the school-based program.

For more information about the immunisation program please visit http://immunehero.health.vic.gov.au/role/parents


Friday 13th March 2015

Year 7 – HPV & Chickenpox

Year 10 – Boostrix

Friday 8th May 2015

Year 7 – HPV & Boostrix

Year 8 - Boostrix

Year 9 – Boostrix​

Friday 11th September 2015

Year 7 – HPV