Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing Team

Frankston High School has a comprehensive team responsible for the wellbeing of its students. The team primarily consists of the Student Wellbeing Coordinators and Chaplains. The staff working alongside this team include Campus Principals, Year Level Coordinators, the Enrichment Coordinator and tutorial teachers to ensure that all students are supported.

Student Wellbeing Coordinator 

The Student Wellbeing Coordinators are concerned with the welfare of students and are available to counsel students with problems and to consult with parents. The Student Wellbeing Coordinators also liaise with welfare services beyond the school and are able to refer people to these agencies where appropriate.


For over forty years this school has had the services of School Chaplains. The Chaplains are available to students, parents and staff to provide pastoral care and support. The Chaplains are available to discuss problems that may or may not be related to school.

Frankston High School acknowledges the support of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations in funding our Chaplaincy program.

The School would also like to acknowledge the support of the City of Frankston for their $1000 donation to our Chaplaincy Breakfast Club Program on the 7-10 campus and to the National Australian Foodservice Distribution Association for the $1000 grant for the Chaplaincy Breakfast Club on the senior campus.

Tutorial Program

At Years 7, the Tutorial Program gives students the opportunity to connect with their class-mates through various team-building activities, such as the Teddy Bears’ Picnic, Time Capsule Project and the Billycart Derby.

Careers at Frankston High School

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