Noble Park Secondary College

The Noble Park Secondary College Alumni Program offers you the opportunity to reconnect and network with our school community.


The Noble Park Secondary College Alumni is a group of people who have some connection to Noble Park High School/Noble Park Heights/Noble Park Secondary  College including students, staff, parents and anyone who has been associated with the growth and development of our school.

Initially the college is trying to engage as many people as possible. Your involvement can be simply joining the group and receiving regular communications. Other involvement/concepts being discussed include career pathway days, establishment of a Hall of Fame, past student mentoring program, attendance at key College cultural events such as whole school productions, awards ceremonies and sub school events to name a few. The group will be organic in nature and respond to the membership in terms of the opportunities offered and created through your input.

We are aiming to provide a strong and ongoing conduit between past and present College members and friends. After some refurbishments and upgrades, the time is right to embrace our community with a strong focus on recognising and celebrating both the past and future. There will be great benefits to all members through the nurturing of our extensive networks and the development of our young people. Join us in this exciting journey.

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Get in Touch

We welcome you to contact us for more information.

Any Questions at:

(03) 9546 9066

Noble Park Secondary College

3 Callaghan Street
Noble Park VIC 3174

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Noble Park Secondary College acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate.

We pay our respects to the Bunurong people of the Kulin nation and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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