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Corner Inlet College is a new independent secondary school opening in 2025               (subject to VRQA approval). 

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Information Event

The Board of Corner Inlet College warmly invite you to join our next Information Event.

The Board of Corner Inlet College warmly invites interested families to join our next Expo and Information Event.

To be held on Sunday 28th of April,

1:30pm - 4:00pm at the RJ Fleming Room, Foster Community Health Centre.

We will commence with light refreshments and Expo at 1:30pm, before the formal presentation begins at 2:00pm.

Our presentation will cover:

 Year 7 and Year 8 Enrolment, 2025

 Governance, Vision and Strategic direction

 Victorian Curriculum, VCE and VCE-VM

 Student and Staff wellbeing policies

 Learning and Teaching framework

 Transport, fees, camps and excursions.

What would you would like to create and experience at CIC?

In line with our commitment to a growth mindset and lifelong learning, CIC’s expert guest speaker, Robyn Eva will be joining us to share the topic of Emotional Intelligence.

Register to attend in person or join us through online video conference.

Phone: 0456 821 095


We hope that you can join us to share our journey of bringing the first independent secondary school to our region.

CIC establishment is pending VRQA accreditation.

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Corner Inlet College aims to create a learning environment focused on equality; where respect for self, others, and the natural environment is embedded. We value student-centred learning, and our ambition is for every Corner Inlet College student to enjoy equal opportunities and access to an exceptional learning program.


Corner Inlet College aims to:

  • Deliver the Victorian Curriculum within a progressive, evidence-based learning and teaching program, 

  • Generate a love for learning and creativity, motivated through a journey towards self-actualisation,

  • Understand each student’s unique learning style, accommodation requirements and reduce barriers to understanding,

  • Designed student-centred learning, through a program that aligns education with individual interests,

  • To develop opportunities for real world learning and encourage global thinking and understand cultural interconnectedness,

  • To embed respect and understanding for our natural environments,

  • To develop learners with growth-mindsets, emotional awareness and skills to express themselves and ask for what they need,

  • Provide continual learning opportunities for members of our school and governance teams. 


Corner Inlet College is characterised by three key Values: Curiosity, Connection and Compassion. These form the foundation for our school’s culture and are underpinned by evidence-based learning and teaching strategies.

  • Developing a life-long love for learning

  • Connecting our learners to their world

  • Valuing care, uniqueness and wellbeing


We endeavour to provide equal opportunities and access to an exceptional learning program that meets the needs of all students. And we maintain high academic standards through our delivery of an individualised education program.

​Our learners discover their passions and engage in learning experiences that extend out into the local environment and local community. Corner Inlet College students notice, design, act and reflect on the world around them.

To ensure self-determination and fulfilling lives, we work closely with our students to encourage a growth mindset and a love for life-long learning. Corner Inlet College staff hold high expectations of themselves and for every learner.

​Corner Inlet College is set amongst farmlands and native forest, overlooking the vast tidal wetlands and islands of Corner Inlet Marine National Park and Yirruk Wamoon (Wilson’s Promontory National Park). We encourage the students to learn through and within nature, to grow into conscious guardians of the earth.

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