The Campus Library provides multiple adaptable spaces where students are encouraged and supported in furthering their education from other classrooms. The library provides resource support as well as a teacher on hand to assist students with their studies. The library is equipped with computers, multimedia equipment, colour printers, photocopiers and office equipment which aid student learning. Additionally, the library has books available for recreational reading as well as a developing catalogue of digital and physical resources linked to the curriculum. The library is an inviting and productive workspace aiming to improve student learning overall through the provision of its resources, spaces and services.


Dudley Library:

Library Manager: Anna Gebhardt

San Remo:

Library Manager: Julie-Anne Trease


Library Manager: Karen Bateman

Opening Hours

Opening Hours:

Monday- Thursday

8.30 am- 4.15

Friday 8:30-4:00

Campus Libraries: Open Recess and Lunch.


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Blue Edge is a physical training, mentoring and life skills program Designed to Educate, Develop, Grow and Empower young people. It is run in partnership with Victoria Police and the YMCA and students from San Remo participated in the program Term 1 and 3 and Dudley Students Term 2 and 4.


Around 15 – 20 students and one or two teachers arrive at school at 7am. They run through a Personal Training session with a PT from the YMCA. Local Police Officers either facilitate or participate in these sessions, making great connections with participants. The group is then provided with breakfast and the facilitator runs through a series of activites that address topics that affect young peole and create opportunities to have deeop conversations and share histories. 

The program concludes with a Longest Day team excursion, which was at Alambee Camp. Highlights of this day included a giant swing, billy carts, high ropes climb and delicious lunch.

This entire program is provided free of charge and aims to foster positive relationships between young people, their peers, teachers and police. 

The dedication and ethusiasm of all participants was outstanding and we are all greatfull to have participated in the program. 

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Year 7 – Phillip ISland Adventure Resort

Year 9 – Rawson Village Camp

Year 10 Personal Developmetn Camp 

Year 12 – Tertiary Camp

Japanese Study Tour – 

Asia Week

Book Week

Scott Gardner Writing Workshops

Naidoc Week 

Year 9 HEalth Day

Year 9 Tree Planting Day

School for Student Leadership is a Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) initiative offering a unique residential education experience for Year 9 students. The curriculum focuses on personal development and team learning projects sourced from students’ home regions. There are three campuses in iconic locations across Victoria. The Alpine School Campus is located at Dinner Plain in the Victorian Alps. Snowy River Campus is near the mouth of the Snowy River at Marlo in East Gippsland. The third site is adjacent to Mount Noorat near Camperdown in Victoria’s Western District and is called GnuradGundidj. After consultation with the local aboriginal community, this name represents both the indigenous name of the local area and an interpretation of the statement “belonging to this place”. An application process occurs in Year 8 for selected students to participate for a term in Year 9.




Cross Country 



Swimming Sports



2023 – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory 

2022 – School of Rock 

2021 – Honk

Bass Coast College is part of the South Gippsland Schools Music Program. Any student who enrols in instrumental music at BCC is part of the SGSMP and can take advantage of the opportunities the SGSMP can offer.

Founded in 1985, the SGSMP is a vibrant and exciting music program run cooperatively, via a Committee of Management, between five South Gippsland Secondary Colleges – Korumburra, Leongatha, Mirboo North, South Gippsland (Foster) and Bass Coast College.

Learning an instrument at BCC as part of the SGSMP, requires every student to:

– Attend weekly tuition in their chosen instrument

– To be a member of a school band

– Perform at major functions, both combined SGSMP events and local BCC events

Students will also have the opportunity to attend Band Camp/Travel Interstate and have access to VCE Music

The program is managed by the SGSMP Committee of Management and coordinator, Anthony Foon from BCC, oversees daily operations of the program.