Central Cranbourne Schools

Cranbourne Central has a choice of great schools both primary & secondary, government & independant.



Address:  Bakewell Street, Cranbourne

Phone:   5996 1744  

Cranbourne Primary School is the oldest primary school in Cranbourne. It was first built in 1890 on its original site and moved to its present site in February 1969.  In 1989 the administration wing was a welcome addition. The Library received a face lift thanks to generous sponsorship provided by a former student Lawson Poole. In 2010 a new building was constructed under the federal BER initiative. In 2011 a further government grant enabled an upgrade to the main building, to develop open flexible learning spaces.




Address:   Tucker Street, Cranbourne

Phone:   5996 1142

Established in 1962, Cranbourne Park Primary School (formerly Cranbourne North Primary School) is situated in Cranbourne, within the greater city of Casey, and some 45 kilometres south east of Melbourne. Cranbourne is in a rapidly expanding growth corridor. The school services a largely residential area in the heart of the older, central area of Cranbourne.

Our mission statement is "To give every child the opportunity to be the best they can be.”

Our vision is to be the primary school of first choice in Cranbourne for parents seeking a smaller alternative that combines a friendly environment, with engaging and effective teaching and learning practices.

The four core values school embraces are: Respect; ResponsibilityDoing Your Best; and Understanding, Tolerance and Inclusion




Address:   Lesdon Avenue, Cranbourne

Phone:   5996 8900

Rangebank is an innovative school in the Cranbourne area that has this year embraced the Cooperative Learning style philosophy. Our school boasts a very supportive school community which strives for personalised achievement.

In 2013 Rangebank introduced a new program to further develop personalised learning in mathematics where children are placed in flexible groupings according to their learning need.

Rangebank is also excited to be the first school in Victoria to introduce Hindi as our LOTE language, taught to all students from Prep to Year 6. Our Hindi program has been embraced by the whole school community. Two sister schools in Delhi, India – DPS Ghaziabad Vasundhara and Bluebells School International – was established in 2013 and supports our many programs, including our Hindi program. Approximately 10% of our children have an additional language other than English, which adds to the rich culture of our school.

Our attractive grounds and buildings are maintained to a high level and provide our children with a sense of pride, in our attractive medium sized school.



Address:   3 Scott Street, Cranbourne   Phone:   5996 2724     


 Our Vision

At St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School, Gospel truths are at the core of our endeavours to provide an inclusive and effective education.  Together, we will strive to build a culture of ‘Courage, Faith and Love’, where we are called to appreciate and acknowledge the intrinsic worth of each person and work towards a community where faith, culture and life are in harmony.

Our Mission

The Mission of St Agatha’s Primary School is to:

  • enrich the whole school community by providing direction 
  • bring about an authentic growth and improved learning outcomes for the whole student community
  • build an effective school that makes a genuine and positive difference to the education and wellbeing of each student at St. Agatha’s Primary School





 Address:  Stawell Street, Cranbourne

Phone:   5996 7878

Cranbourne Secondary College was established in the mid-1970s to serve the growing town of Cranbourne.

Founded in 1975 with a single Year 7 level and originally called Cranbourne High School, it celebrated its 40th birthday in 2016. There were not a lot of homes in the area at the time so students came from as far as Doveton and Langwarrin. The original uniform was a maroon jumper and grey pants. The school motto “While We Live We Grow” was adopted and was a reflection of the personal growth of the students as well as the community. From that first class over 40 years ago, Cranbourne Secondary College now has a population of over 1300 students. This is projected to increase by 15% over the next 5 years. The changing demographics of the area is reflected in the increased number of students for whom English is an additional language.

The physical environment has undergone significant change in the school’s history with 2 stages of a 3 stage building master plan already completed. Stage 3 has commenced with the Visual Arts Centre being opened in 2018. The final stage will deliver a new Science and Wellbeing Centre and these facilities will help deliver strong pedagogical links to support an ambitious program to build teacher capacity and improve student learning growth. The College’s Student Attitudes to School survey results show that wellbeing and engagement is very strong and well above the state average in nearly all areas.

A strong co-curricular program, Pastoral Care at Years 7-10, and an extensive Wellbeing department are significant in contributing to student wellbeing. In 2004 Anita Templin introduced the MultiPride program into the school enabling students to promote wellbeing and harmony at the College.  

The college offers a strong VCAL program alongside VCE and has developed pathways and connections with many partners, including Deakin, Monash University and the Australian Business and Community Network (ABCN), which has seen many of our students awarded scholarships and mentorships with industry leaders.

Cranbourne Secondary College shares a theatre with the City of Casey and provides an exciting platform for Performing Arts both at the school and from the Cranbourne and surrounding community.

Cranbourne Secondary College is recognised as a leader providing an inclusive curriculum that caters for the diverse and changing needs of the community.