We believe all young people have a right to access educational opportunities that positively respond to their individual life circumstances and personal attributes.
The College offers a specialist, multi-campus environment for secondary students in Year 9-12 who are having difficulty staying engaged with school. We recognise that young people experience significant life challenges that impact on their education. Since educational outcomes are intrinsically linked to wellbeing, SMYL offers support to students across different aspects of their life. This includes personalised teaching and learning support and specialised wellbeing support. Our dedicated team of teachers, support staff, and psychologists provide individualised support, guiding students through any emotional or behavioral challenges they may face. We offer a safe space for students to express themselves, develop resilience, and learn essential life skills in order to engage our students in secondary education and life beyond school.