Victorian College for the Deaf

The Victorian College for the Deaf is a unique educational centre for deaf and hard of hearing students from Prep to Year 12. A bilingual philosophy supported by an innovative curriculum, challenges students to achieve their personal best.

To learn more about the college and its curriculum, please click on the brochures below.
To read about the Primary School - VCD Primary School
To read about the Secondary School - VCD Secondary School


The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program was originally developed in Toronto, Canada. It has been running as a formal program now for 20 years.

The Victorian College for the Deaf (VCD) has adapted this program for a bilingual context using Australian Sign Language or Auslan and English.

For more information, please download the Mother Goose Program brochure


Victorian College for the Deaf is seeking a full time education support person to start ASAP. The position will be for this term and term 1, 2015. If you have Auslan skills, experience working with children, hold a Working with Children Checklist and enjoy working with children, then this position may suit you. Hours of employment is from 9am to 3.05pm. For more information, please contact... More

Screening of Deam Jam Slam at Fed Square

The Deaf Jam Slam video will be shown every day from Friday 17th October to Wednesday 22nd October at 11.30am. Tell your friends and family about this. More

2014 Deaf Children AustraliaYouth Awards

DCA Youth awards, follow your dream! More

Yiramalay blog

VCD heads to the Kimberley outback again on an indigenous cross cultural exchange. Check out last year's story. More


Art Film Project

No More Blue More

Graffiti Art Project

VCD students learn the cool art of Graffiti! More

Ex student Avni visits VCD

Avni was a student at VCD from 1997 to 2007. He completed his VCE and is now studying his honors in a Fine Arts degree at Monash University. Watch the interview here. He also has his own website More

Like our VCD Facebook page!

VCD now has a Facebook page. More

Latest Newsletter

To read the latest newsletter click here More


e-newsletter with Auslan videos and more. More

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