John Monash Science School is the first school of its kind in Victoria and one of only three such specialist science providers in Australia.
The school is now at capacity with 640 students from Years 10 to 12 and over 80 full and part time members of staff and Education Support staff.
The Leadership Team comprises three Principal Class Officers, nine Leading Teachers, the Business Manager and the Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Initiatives. The facilities and infrastructure are multi-storey and based on a ‘learning commons’ design to facilitate the variety of flexible teaching and learning approaches characteristic of the school.
John Monash Science School is named to commemorate the legacy of a famous and distinguished Australian, General Sir John Monash. Sir John Monash is best known for his outstanding military service during World War One, but his impact on Victoria was profound in the civic, education and engineering spheres. He is remembered in the names of Monash University and the City of Monash.
The school hosts cutting-edge technology resources which have provided an ideal opportunity to further enhance and enrich learning. Monash University provided the site for the school building at the southern end of the Science, Technology, Research and Innovation Precinct (STRIP).