School Tours

Following Information Night, interested parties are invited to join us for a one-hour tour of John Monash Science School with current staff and students on hand to answer your questions. School tours are student-led and will begin at 3:30pm on each of the available dates. There is no charge for tours.

 

Bookings for 2018 School Tours

Bookings for school tours are now officially open through Eventbrite, and all prospective students, parents and families are invited to attend.

 

To book your place on one of our upcoming tours, please visit:
https://jmss-school-tours-2018.eventbrite.com.au

 

As interest in tours is high, and places are limited, there is a limit of three (3) places per booking.

Tour guests are advised to arrive approximately 20 minutes before tours commence to ensure they are able to find suitable parking* and arrive at the school on time.

*Please note: there is no parking available directly outside JMSS so you will need to park in the ticketed parking spaces on Monash University campus. Visit the Contact page for more information and a map. If you are travelling by public transport, the University is serviced by an express shuttle bus to and from Huntingdale Train Station, stopping at the bus loop which is a 2-minute walk from JMSS.

Click to download a PDF map (300kb). 

Visitors are also welcome to see our school in action at our Science Exhibition Night on Thursday 17 May, any time between 5.00pm and 7.00pm. This event is free and bookings are not required.

 

 

See our school in action at Science Information Night

Join us at JMSS any time between 5.00pm and 7.00pm on Thursday 17 May for our science project showcase. Chat with our students and teachers, and participate in hands-on activities, watch demonstrations and view student projects.

The focus in on our unique Year 10 Emerging Science Electives such as bioinformatics and nanotechnology, as well as other science subjects. This year we are also excited to have a display from our Antarctica Club following their fly-over of the icy continent in February. We will also have primary students presenting their projects from our “Little Scientist - Big Science” outreach program.


Virtual Tour

Take a Virtual Tour of our building, showing architectural renderings alongside photographs of each learning space in use - a great way to see how the school facilities are used daily by students and teachers.

Online Information

Please feel free to keep up-to-date with JMSS via social media sites such as FacebookYouTube and Twitter. Parents of current students have access to "Compass" for timetabling info, and also receive fortnightly email newsletters.