Extra support

For those students who need extra guidance and support, the school provides a range of services and programs.


The College is fortunate to have a Student Services team consisting of qualified and experienced Counsellors.

This confidential service is free of charge and is available to all students and their families.

We provide generalist counselling on a range of issues including school, friends, family conflict, anger management, depression, anxiety, general health, sexual health and much more.

Our role includes assessment, advocacy and referral to appropriate services when necessary.

Special Needs

Keysborough College has a commitment to improving the learning outcomes for all students, by acknowledging and catering for their diverse learning needs.

We aim to provide an inclusive education system that ensures all students have access to a quality education.

National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program (NSCSWP)

Keysborough College has a chaplain at Acacia campus, Cameron Moss and at Banksia campus, Mitch Kay.

Each is an integral part of our Student Welfare Team and deals with day to day matters which influence the health and wellbeing of our students through various programs which they run and with one to one mentoring.

This service is non-denominational and does not contain religious content however some spiritual guidance may be offered only where appropriate. The chaplains are funded through the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program and are available to all of our students subject to parental request. Consent forms are required to be signed by parents prior to any prearranged one to one mentoring by the chaplain.

Should you have any questions regarding the program and its suitability for your son or daughter, please contact your campus Student Wellbeing Coordinator: At Acacia Chantelle Johnson, or Banksia, Michael Enderby.

Should you have any concerns regarding the chaplaincy service, please contact your campus principal: At Acacia Richard Hastings or Banksia, Patrick Boyd.


This project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program.

Any evaluation surveys conducted must ask participants if they are aware of the source of funding for the activity and, if so, how they became aware of the funding source.

The Funding Recipient must provide to the Australian Government or its agent, if requested, any National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program materials for placement on the Department’s website, or for use in any other Australian Government or Departmental publication.