Welcome to Glenroy College, a co-educational government school for Years 7 to 12 in Melbourne’s northern suburbs. Our students come from many different backgrounds and we value the diversity in our College community. We believe all our students can achieve to high standards and we celebrate their achievements and successes with pride.
Our school day starts with a locker bell at 8.53am to remind students to gather their books and head to class. The day is split into five hour-long periods, with a 35-minute lunch break for students to unwind, eat and mingle with friends.
Period 1: 9am -10am
Period 2: 10am -11am
Period 3: 11am -12pm
Lunch: 12pm – 12.35pm
Period 4: 12.35pm – 1.35pm
Period 5: 1.35pm – 2.35pm
School day ends: 2.35pm
Back on Track and Homework Club operate after school from 2.40pm
Term 1: 31 January – 8 April
Term 2: 26 April – 24 June
Term 3: 11 July – 16 September
Term 4: 3 October – 20 December
Term 1: 30 January – 6 April
Term 2: 24 April – 23 June
Term 3: 10 July – 15 September
Term 4: 2 October – 20 December
Come celebrate our Junior School superstars and meet our new College captains
Glenroy College held a special assembly earlier this term to recognise and celebrate our hardest working junior students and to introduce our 2023 College captains. Students in Years 7, 8 and 9 gathered in the Performing Arts Centre to meet our school leaders and to...
This Glenroy College graduate who fled war in Syria is studying biomedical science and we’re so proud
Syrian refugee Amal Alnakoula is a true Glenroy College success story. The once-shy teen, who didn't know a single word of English when she lined up for her first day of secondary school back in 2017, is now studying biomedical science. But that's not all for this...
These 2023 Glenroy College planners are a work of student art
Glenroy College staff and students will have someone very specific to thank when they gaze at the gorgeous covers of this year's College planner. The cover design of the 2023 Glenroy College planners is the work of one of our own talented students, Alishba Tauseef. A...