Wodonga Federation of Government Schools (The Federation) is a strategic collaboration between eight government member schools within the Local Government Area of Wodonga. It provides a variety of learning and developmental pathways to 60% of Wodonga’s school aged children and young people. It employees over 350 teachers and 190 non-teaching staff and contributes over $53 million to the local economy each year.
Established in July 2016, the Federation member schools include five primary schools, one middle years college, one senior secondary college and a special school.
Each member school shares a commitment to the principles of education as outlined in the Education and Training Reform Act 2006, in particular, the principle of universal access to education for all children and young people.