Edenhope College began as a F-12 school at the start of the 1994 school year following the amalgamation of Edenhope Consolidated School and Edenhope Secondary College. The College is situated in a picturesque setting on the eastern side of Lake Wallace.
The College enrolment is at 126, consisting of 46 primary and 80 secondary students. Majority of the students travel to the College from the surrounding districts on school buses.
The College is made up of three sub-schools. The Junior sub-school (Prep to year 4) focuses on success in literacy and numeracy, the Middle sub-school (year 5 to year 9) focuses on engaging students in their learning and the Senior sub-school (year 10 to year 12) focuses on preparing students for further study and vocation.
Edenhope College supports students’ literacy and numeracy with the implementation and integration of the Early Years literacy and numeracy program, QuickSmart and MYLNS. QuickSmart is an early intervention program for literacy and numeracy primarily focused on Year 5-7 students. MLYNS (Middle Years Literacy and Numeracy Support), is a program focused on middle-school intervention between Year 8-10.
A comprehensive Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) program is offered to students in the Senior sub-school and this is extended further through the use of Video conferencing (WebEx) and access to the Distance Education school. A comprehensive range of Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses is also made available to Senior students.
The College is fortunate to have an active School Council, Parents & Friends Club and Student Representative Council. The Parents & Friends club meets up once per term.