Macedon Grammar School was this week issued a Show Cause notice to prove its viability.
School regulatory body, the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA), issued the notice after concerns were raised regarding the school’s governance, financial health and enrolment levels.
VRQA director, Lynn Glover, said that following a review into the operations of the school, the VRQA requested information to demonstrate its ability to operate and meet the requirements of its registration.
“The school has until December 15 to respond to the Show Cause notice. It’s important to note that no decisions have been made,” Ms Glover said.
Senior officers from the VRQA met the chairman of the school board, Dr Alan Rose, on Wednesday.
Dr Rose told theGuardianthe board was working on a plan of action.
Macedon Grammar currently has an enrolment of about 150 students.
The VRQA has also requested the school open a trust account to protect prepaid fees and staff entitlements.
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