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Loreto College Marryatville

316 Portrush Road, Marryatville SA 5068

Loreto College, Marryatville, is an independent Catholic day and boarding school providing outstanding educational opportunities for girls from Reception to SACE (Year 12). Loreto prides itself on a proven record of academic achievement, offering a broad range of subject choices and extra-curricular programs that cater for the diverse abilities and interests of our girls.

Established in 1905, Loreto Marryatville, South Australia, is one of seven IBVM schools across Australia. Our "sister Loreto schools can be found in four other states: New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. These schools share strong ties working together in a collaborative spirit of kinship. Conveniently located in the leafy green eastern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia, Loreto College is 5 minutes from the heart of the City. The College is well served by private and government transport operators.

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Assumption College

Sutherland Street, Kilmore VIC 3764

Years 7 to 12; Co-educational Day and Boarding School.

At Assumption College we are dedicated to educating the whole person - spiritual, intellectual, cultural, social, emotional and physical. Our mission is based on the vision of St. Marcellin Champagnat, the founder of the Marist Brothers, who wanted to "make Jesus Christ known and loved". We are committed to striving for educational excellence in a supportive community environment.

We aim to help our young people to grow to become people of hope and personal integrity. Our commitment to Gospel values and educating for social justice shapes our approach to both our curriculum and our co-curricular programmes. At Assumption we believe in the importance of following Jesus' example of service, and therefore strive to provide the young people in our care with an education that is characterised by a lived experience of Christian values.

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Warrah School

20 Harris Road, Dural NSW 2158

Warrah School is a private special school for children with intellectual disabilities. It offers placement for day pupils.

Warrah School aims to provide a high quality, individualised education for students with intellectual disabilities, based on the education philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, and in accordance with the New South Wales Disabilities Act (1993) and the requirements of the New South Wales Department of Education. The goal of the School is to provide an environment and a quality of education to help each student to succeed to the best of his or her abilities.
Warrah believes that each individual has the right to a full, balanced education and should not be deprived of a wide ranging curriculum because of developmental or intellectual disability. Each student should have an individual education plan which is regularly updated in consultation with his or her parents or guardians.

Regular liason and discussion with parents is encouraged to view I.E.P.s (Individual Educational Programs) with all teachers and therapists. Daily communication books assist the familiarity with parents of the school's activities and the progress of the students.

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Ballarat Grammar

201 Forest Street, Ballarat VIC 3350

Ballarat Grammar is a co-educational day and boarding school situated in a parkland campus, one hour from Melbourne airport. The school is proud of its academic standing as well as its ability to assist a wide array of individual, social, recreational and emotional needs.

Ballarat and Queen’s Anglican Grammar School fosters the pursuit of excellence by providing its students with a broad liberal education of the highest quality in the Anglican tradition.

An extensive parkland campus near Lake Wendouree hosts a flourishing community of learners, boys and girls, attending Ballarat Grammar. Over 200 of the students live in family-oriented boarding houses. The School’s focus on the education of the whole person, and engagement with wider communities, locally and globally, develops thriving, happy, well-grounded individuals intent on establishing their pathway in the world.

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Blackheath and Thornburgh College

King Street, Charters Towers QLD 4820

Blackheath and Thornburgh College is an Independent, co-educational College catering for day and boarding students in years Prep – 12.

Founded in 1919, generations of students, parents and staff have enjoyed the advantages of a quality academic and co-curricula programme in our structured and supportive environment.

Our parents appreciate the friendly, family atmosphere that is experienced throughout our co-educational campus and can be confident that their children, whether day or residential students, have access to high quality educational opportunities. We welcome enquiries or visits at any time.

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Walford Anglican School for Girls

316 Unley Road, Hyde Park SA 5061

At Walford we believe that it is important for your daughter to beher best! For more than 120 years Walford has maintained a dedication to excellence in the education of girls. But there's more to education than exemplary academic results.

Walford is a dynamic girls’ school offering a friendly, family-orientated environment where each student is encouraged to be the best she can be. 

Progressive teaching and guidance are provided in state-of-the-art facilities to provide our students with the very best preparation to follow their future ambitions.

Our school is a vibrant community where learning is prioritised and lifelong friendships formed. Our campus is designed to facilitate positive interactions across year levels and to provide the sense of belonging and connectedness that each girl should feel with her school.

Walford warmly welcomes students from ELC (boys are welcome to attend ELC sessions) to Year 12, including boarding and international students.

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Westminster School

1/23 Alison Avenue, Marion SA 5043

Westminster School is an Early Learning to Year 12, co-educational, Uniting Church, day and boarding School. Around 1200 students attend our School.Westminster is set on 23 spacious hectares in Marion, a suburb southwest of the City of Adelaide. Since it was established in 1961, Westminster has become one of South Australia's leading independent Schools.

Westminster prides itself on its exceptional teachers, outstanding facilities and resources, extensive academic, co-curriculuar and student wellbeing programs, and its genuinely inclusive, supportive community. This environment gives our students every opportunity to reach their potential. 

Westminster’s holistic approach to education ensures that the social, emotional, spiritual, and physical wellbeing of each student complements their academic success.

Westminster develops confidence and self-esteem in each student. We foster commitment, leadership, independence, resilience and appreciation for others.


Westminster is a vibrant, warm, learning community, recognised for our dynamic approach to education that inspires students to face their future with confidence in a rapidly  changing world. 

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Brisbane Boys' College

Kensington Terrace, Toowong QLD 4066

Brisbane Boys’ College’s vision is for success for every boy.

Brisbane Boys’ College is a school for boys with day students from Prep to Year 12 and also boarding students from Year 6 to 12. The College currently has an enrolment of 1550 students and has been preparing young men for the challenges of life since 1902.

Junior School (Prep to year 6)
BBC offers an extensive co-curricular program for Junior School students. Boys can choose to play sports, participate in cultural activities or join clubs. The program allows students to learn new skills outside of the classroom and all are encouraged to participate in at least one activity per term.

Middle School (Year 7 to 9)
BBC recognises that adolescent boys have needs and interests that are different from the students in the Junior and Senior School. Our Middle School provides a unique learning environment designed to specifically meet the needs of young men academically, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually in Years 7, 8 and 9.

Senior School (Year 10 to 12)
The senior years represent a time of transition as boys consider their future. At BBC we offer a diverse and flexible program to ensure each boy is able to pursue his pathway of choice. In a rigorous and stimulating academic environment boys are encouraged to become independent learners.

Becoming a boarder at BBC is so much more than having somewhere to live and eat while studying at school. Boarding is a way of life that offers unique opportunities; to meet friends from around the world, develop confidence and independence with support from your houseparents and live with your friends.

Within the context of a caring College community, each student will be nurtured and educated to develop his God-given talents to the best of his ability through a balanced involvement in the academic, spiritual, sporting and cultural life of the College.

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Ascham School

188 New South Head Road, Edgecliff NSW 2027

Ascham has been a leading school in girls’ education for over 120 years. From Preschool to Year 12, Ascham offers an academically focused curriculum, which is balanced by rich opportunities in sport, cultural activities and performance.

The school is internationally renowned for its consistently high level of academic excellence and broad range of sporting, artistic and performance activities.

Through its long boarding history the school maintains strong links with rural communities and has proportionally one of the largest enrolments of country boarders in NSW.

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Brisbane Grammar School

Gregory Terrace, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Brisbane Grammar School is an independent, non-denominational, day and boarding school for boys, located in Spring Hill, Brisbane. Set on a heritage listed site, BGS opened in 1868 on its Roma Street site, making it one of the oldest school in Australia. It relocated soon after to its current Spring Hill location, overlooking the Brisbane CBD.

Grammar has an outstanding 147-year historical commitment to educating boys, which is expressed both in terms of academic outcomes and the development of lifelong learners. The school’s longstanding commitment to a broad liberal education continues to best prepare its students for an exciting but complex world of change and diversity. As the world changes, so too does Grammar adapt, with its educators continuing to innovate to remain at the forefront of advancing teaching and learning practices.

Today BGS caters for about 1700 boys, from year 5-12, with 102 boarders calling the school home. The school is split into a Middle School and Senior School, designed to operate in an integrated manner and provide a seamless transition from boys’ middle to senior years.

An important part of learning at Grammar happens beyond the classroom. The school’s extensive and balanced extracurricular program across sports, art, drama, music, and a vast array of clubs and activities caters for boys wanting to learn new skills and make new friends, through to elite performers with the highest aspirations.

To add to that student wellbeing program represents an integral element of the school’s mission. BGS is committed to a culture that fosters and inspires the ongoing development of resilient, responsible and happy individuals.

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Christ Church Grammar School

Queenslea Drive, Claremont WA 6010

Christ Church Grammar School is an Anglican day and boarding school for boys from Pre-Primary to Year 12. Located in Perth, Western Australia, the School overlooks the Swan River at Freshwater Bay in Claremont.

Over 1500 boys, over 110 of whom are boarders, are enrolled at Christ Church. Over 1020 boys study in the Senior School (Years 7 to 12) and over 480 attend the Preparatory School (Pre-School to Year 6).

Christ Church inspires and develops its students by encouraging diversity, facilitating enquiry and creating an environment in which each individual is purposefully involved. The School’s dynamic programmes enable boys and young men to search for their talents and discover their social conscience and character.

The academic programme, as reflected in the School’s consistently high TEE results, is outstanding. A caring pastoral system complemented by specialist programmes in the arts, sport and outdoor education cater for the diverse needs of the boys. Activities such as sailing, service learning and robotics further enrich the learning experience.

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Scots All Saints College Bathurst

70 Eglinton Road, Bathurst NSW 2795

Scots All Saints College offers education in a caring, Christian environment. A commitment to assisting the spiritual, as well as the physical and academic aspects of all students is fundamental to our reason for being.

The College offers education for girls and boys in a unique, co-educational environment where students can grow into young adults, sure and confident of their own self-worth. The structure and organisation of the College offers an opportunity for students to concentrate their efforts on aspects of their personal development – academic, physical, cultural and spiritual – in a logical and focused manner.

The College values academic excellence. Excellence is a relative, not an absolute concept and should be viewed in terms student growth.

The College has an obligation to focus the attention of students towards their future after their time at Scots All Saints College. This does not mean choosing a career for students but providing them with skills designed to ensure they can determine their future path at any stage after finishing their secondary education.

The College attempts to provide leadership opportunities so that students can leave the College ready to make a contribution towards effective leadership of the communities in which they will serve.

The College caters for a range of students from differing backgrounds – city and country, day and boarding (including a number from overseas). Our aim is to foster a broad vision in the students – a statewide, nationwide and international perspective of their place in society.

Being part of the College Community means accepting the obligations of proper social conduct consistent with our good name. Value is placed on self-discipline and individual responsibility.

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PLC Sydney

Boundary Street, Croydon NSW 2132

Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney is a day and boarding school for girls from Reception (pre-Kindergarten) to Year 12, offering a broad curriculum to students from a diverse range of backgrounds. Founded in 1888 and situated at Croydon, the College is set within 4.4 hectares of landscaped grounds and retains its nineteenth century heritage buildings and gardens alongside modern state-of-the-art facilities.

PLC Sydney aims to educate young women from the basis of a Christian world view to make a difference in a rapidly changing global society. Its graduates are confident, caring, accomplished young women who make a fine contribution to society and who carry a genuine concern for the welfare of others.

The College is home to approximately 1300 students and has accommodation for up to sixty-five boarders. Boarders achieve their academic best and broaden their horizons in an intimate, supportive, caring environment. The Boarding House offers full and weekly boarding for students in Years 7 to 12, with access to the outstanding school facilities including an indoor aquatic institute and performing arts centre.

PLC Sydney is widely recognised in Australia and overseas for developing innovative educational initiatives and providing a world class education. Approximately half the students who sit the Higher School Certificate (HSC) gain an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR, previously known as UAI) of 90 or higher and students leave school to pursue a wide range of career opportunities.

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Downlands College

72 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba QLD 4350

Owned and conducted by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, Downlands is more than just a school. It does more than just teach reading, writing and arithmetic - although the College is widely recognised for the high standard of its teaching in these and many other areas - but that alone is not the reason why so many parents and students are pleased to have chosen Downlands.

Day Students

Day students at Downlands are drawn mainly from Toowoomba City and some of the close outlying country areas. There are approximately 500 male and female day students at Downlands.


The 240 odd Downlands' Boarders come from a wide catchment area including diverse cultures; within Queensland, other states of Australia and overseas. Downlands was founded with a special commitment to country families and those families with a challenge of distance and remoteness.

It is this commitment that makes Downlands unique with its understanding of remote families and the challenges that these families face in educating their young people. And it is with this in mind that we welcome students from families who live overseas.

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The McDonald College

17 George Street, North Strathfield NSW 2137

Independent, Non-denominational, Co-educational Pre-School to Year 12. Specialising in excellence in academic performance together with excellence in performing arts.

Boarding accommodation available (Yr 7-12 girls only).

Recognising that a rich and creative learning environment fosters the development of the whole person encapsulates the spirit of The McDonald College. Whether your child will be a professional performing artist or whether you simply recognise the value of a performing arts education, The McDonald College is unique and would value the opportunity to showcase our school to you.

From Pre-School to Year 12, we balance academic performance with performing arts in a community that encourages and celebrates individuality in a supportive environment.

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Kinross Wolaroi School

59-67 Bathurst Road, Orange NSW 2800

I am delighted to introduce you to Kinross Wolaroi School.

We are a close-knit, engaged, friendly community that has been educating children of rural communities for over 130 years. Kinross Wolaroi values its history, yet it blends traditional values – courtesy, tolerance, respect and decency with a forward and outward approach to education.

At Kinross Wolaroi your child will experience a first class innovative and dynamic learning environment that will provide them with the academic and personal skills to flourish in the 21st century. Academic ambition matters and it is important that every student is inspired to be the best they can be. We possess a vision for learning that encompasses all aspects of life, not just the intellectual but also the social, cultural, physical and spiritual dimensions where education is deliberately structured to develop the whole person in a caring, family oriented environment.

We passionately believe that enjoyment of learning and the wellbeing of our students must lie at the heart of a school. Students learn to think independently and develop a spirit of independence that will allow them to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Your sons and daughters will encounter many challenges, choices and opportunities so that they can grow and discover their abilities and passions in life. Kinross Wolaroi enjoys an excellent reputation for its diverse and engaging co-curricular program that forms a significant element of the rich fabric of the School. Here they will develop self-confidence, resilience, social skills and character that can contribute so much to success in later life.

At Kinross Wolaroi your child will enjoy a vibrant contemporary culture and join a family where our inclusive community and grounded culture create a strong sense of belonging.

Our motto “Scientia, Amicitia, Integritas” - Knowledge, Friendship and Integrity is central to the lived experience of our students. This, combined with the commitment of our dedicated staff, parents and community, will see your child grow into a young adult of integrity who possesses a sense of social justice, qualities that will see them go out into the world to make a significant contribution to society.

I look forward to welcoming you and your family to Kinross Wolaroi School.

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Advance Tutoring School

59 Fletcher Street, Essendon VIC 3040

Advance Tutoring School was established by two female teachers - Lan Leanne Phan and Catherine Howe-Nitz in 2007. ATS Australian Educational Group Pty Ltd, trading as Advance Tutoring School (ATS) is a business that provides Educational Support both in Home Tutoring and Centre Tutoring for Prep to Year 12 in many subjects including Maths, English, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Accounting, Business Management, Scholarship Examination Practice and Languages such as French, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and more...

Advance Tutoring School is a group of professional and experienced teachers who have been teaching in Melbourne and the United Kingdom for many years. We at Advance Tutoring School can guarantee that your child will receive the current curriculum prescribed by the Government. Our experience is second to none and it is this experience that sets Advance Tutoring School apart from all other tutoring services.

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Good Shepherd College Hamilton

Primary Campus 33 McArthur Street, Hamilton VIC 3300

Good Shepherd College provides a quality education in a safe, caring Christian environment. We endeavour to provide opportunity for foundations for the whole of life learning, imparting Christian values.

Good Shepherd College is a Lutheran Co-educational College, located at Hamilton in Victoria's Western District. It is located on two campuses, for students from Prep to Year 12.

Our mission is to provide a quality education in a safe, caring Christian environment. We endeavour to provide opportunity for foundations for the whole of life learning, imparting Christian values. We foster a co-educational approach to learning and offer a broad range of activities for all our students.

Choosing the right school for your son or daughter is an important decision. The Good Shepherd College staff welcome the opportunity to assist you in this process. Please contact us if you wish to take a guided tour or if you would like to discuss your child's needs person to person.

Secondary Campus

Mt Napier Road (PO Box 390)

Phone: (03) 5571 2595
Fax: (03) 5572 5006


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Cabra Dominican College

225 Cross Road, Cumberland Park SA 5041

A Catholic Dominican co-educational day and boarding school. Years 6 - 13. Cabra Dominican College offers a program of both short and long term study for students from all countries of the world. Cabra has a rich heritage of educating and forming young people from throughout South Australia and beyond. We currently have an enrolment of 1050 students and a staff of 120 teachers and support staff. Together with parents, carers, old scholars and the Dominican Sisters we enjoy life in a vibrant community within the spacious grounds at Cumberland Park.

There is a real sense of support and encouragement for the process of personal growth at Cabra Dominican College.  Reflection days, retreats and regular liturgies complement the formal Religious Education program, which offers a developmental study of our Catholic heritage and the opportunity for open discussion of faith issues.

Cabra has a rich heritage of educating and forming young people from throughout South Australia and beyond. We currently have an enrolment of 1050 students and a staff of 120 teachers and support staff. Together with parents, carers, old scholars and the Dominican Sisters we enjoy life in a vibrant community within the spacious grounds at Cumberland Park.

In 2011 Cabra celebrates 125 years as a Dominican College. During that time the College has experienced many changes as the community has responded to the challenge of providing a contemporary and relevant education for each student. As we approach this historical milestone we remain grounded in our heritage and focused on the current and future needs of each young person currently attending Cabra.

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Immanuel College

32 Morphett Road, Novar Gardens SA 5040

Mission Statement

Immanuel College actively strives to provide an education in a Christian context where the whole person can grow and develop. Its curricular and co-curricular programs offer students opportunity for spiritual and moral growth, service and social involvement, excellence in academics, the arts and worthwhile physical activities, to prepare them for their individual vocations and a Christian life.

College Aims

  • Encourage students to develop a living relationship with God through Christ.
  • Develop students’ knowledge, intellectual, interpersonal and physical skills through their participation in the range of curricular and co curricular opportunities provided.
  • Develop students’ capabilities to their fullest potential.
  • Cater for individual differences; recognise individual talents and divergent cultural backgrounds.
  • Prepare students for life and work in a rapidly changing global society.