The highest of standards and expectations

At Belmont City College we have high expectations of our students and staff, who embrace our ethos - to demonstrate pride in themselves, their school and their community.

Your School of Choice

As one of Western Australia’s renowned Independent Public Schools, we have high expectations of our students and staff, who embrace our ethos – to demonstrate pride in themselves, their school and their community. Our vibrant college community provides access to a diverse range of programs that support students to develop academic, social and life skills essential to navigating a pathway to further training and employment.

A responsive and flexible curriculum delivery model implemented from Years 7 to 12 ensures the needs of each individual are adequately met, including the provision of exclusive specialist programs and innovative learning activities. Belmont City College offers programs ranging from Department of Education Approved Specialist Programs in Contemporary Drama and Hospitality to our selective A Plus Academic Extension Program in partnership with the University of Western Australia.














Recent News

Irish Malaran Inclusive Education Centre

The IEC team welcomed our new students, current students and their families at our annual barbecue in week 8 of […]

Read More

IMG_0083 Sculptures by the Sea

On Friday the 4th of March students from the year 11 and 12 Visual Art classes had the opportunity to […]

Read More

Darrel's Photo A Message from the Principal

As we begin Term two, I would like to reflect on what has been both a busy and successful term […]

Read More

Year 7 and 8 Transition to Belmont City College

On behalf of the Belmont City College community I take great pleasure in welcoming incoming Year 7 and 8 students and their parents. Belmont City College takes great pride in the implementation of a seamless transition program which began 12 months ago. In preparation for 2016 the staff at Belmont City College have worked closely with our local intake primary schools to provide a number of opportunities for students to participate in the ‘Belmont Experience’.


2016 Term Dates and School Development Days

Last day for staff and students in 2016 is Thursday 15th December 2016

Term 1

School Development Days
Thursday 28 and Friday 29 January

Students start the school year on
Monday 1 February

Students and staff finish term one on
Friday 8 April

Term 2

School Development Day
Tuesday 26 April

Students start term two on
Wednesday 27 April

Students and staff finish term two on
Friday 1 July

Term 3

School Development Day
Monday 18 July

Students start term three on
Tuesday 19 July

Students and staff finish term on
Friday 23 September

Term 4

School Development Day
Monday 10 October

Students start term four
Tuesday 11 October

Students and staff finish term four on
Thursday 15 December

ProspectusParent Teacher Online loginbtn-information-booklet