Auslan language programs in Victorian education settings

Over 50 languages are taught in mainstream Victorian government primary and secondary schools, with Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Japanese, Indonesian, French, Auslan, Spanish and German the most studied languages.

Below is an interactive map of current Victorian schools offering Auslan as part of their school language program (information has been taken for the Department of Education's language program records last updated June 2024).

Use this map to find your closest educational service offering Auslan as part of their language program.

Early Childhood Language Program

In 2018 the Victorian Government invested $17.9 million in funding to enable over 6,000 preschool children to learn another language each year.

This investment has enabled 160 early childhood services to deliver part of their kindergarten program in another language. Of these 160 early childhood services, 31 are currently delivering part of their kindergarten program in Auslan.

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Auslan as a Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) subject (school years 11 and 12)

There are numbers schools which offer Auslan as a VCE subject. Please see table below.

School NamePhoneSuburbSectorStudy Name
Charles La Trobe P-12 College(03) 9223 1400MACLEOD WESTGovernmentAuslan
Grovedale(03) 5245 4545
Greater Shepparton Secondary College- Wanganui Campus(03) 5820 9900
Victorian College for the Deaf(03) 9510 1706MELBOURNEGovernmentAuslan

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