Trinity College, is an independent day school for boys, located in East Perth, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.
The school was established in 1962,Trinity is a school in the Edmund Rice Tradition and is located on reclaimed land adjacent to the Swan River foreshore.
It lies on Trinity Avenue, an extension of Hay Street, and comprises sporting grounds at Waterford, a senior school for Years 7 to 12 and a junior school for Years 4 to 6 (both located at the East Perth campus) and an outdoor education complex at Dwellingup
Our students are at the heart of everything we do at Trinity. We are here to encourage boys, entrusted to us by their parents, to find genuine fulfillment, happiness and security in their lives. We hope that when they complete their education here, they leave as Men for Others. Our support and encouragement extends beyond graduation; as a College community we take great joy and strength from our ongoing relationship with our Old Boys and their families. To be part of the TC family is truly a gift for life.
Hale School is the oldest independent boys' school in Western Australia. It was founded in 1858 by the first Anglican Bishop of Perth, Dr Mathew Blagden Hale. Located in the suburb of Wembley Downs, the current campus is situated on a magnificent 48 hectare site, approximately 13 kilometres to the north-west of Perth and two kilometres from the coast.
Hale School is an Anglican day and boarding school offering primary and secondary education through to Tertiary entrance Examination level. Whilst day boys are accepted from Year 1 to Year 12, boarders are accepted from Year 6 to Year 12.
We aim to engage our boys in a broad, well balanced education, within a Christian environment. The boys are encouraged to involve themselves enthusiastically and wholeheartedly in the wide range of activities that are available as they seek to make the most of many opportunities on offer.
There is a strong academic focus at Hale School and a very high proportion of our boys progress to universities and other tertiary institutions. The School recognises that while academic abilities can differ widely, all boys benefit from being encouraged and challenged to achieve their full potential, both within and outside the classroom
Catholic co-educational day school; Prep to Year 12.
The International School of Western Australia is a co-educational, internationally accredited school located in beautiful Perth, Western Australia. The School provides a world-class education based around a Northern Hemisphere school calendar.
ISWA is committed to providing an inspiring and challenging education for every student within a caring and supportive environment.
Everyone is welcome. The School is a non-denominational and the multicultural student body is comprised of Australian citizens, Australian residents and International students.
The School’s staff truly appreciate the importance of individual needs and focus on the academic and personal development of each child. In Years 11 and 12, ISWA offers two world-class curriculums – the Advanced Placement (AP) program and the International Baccalaureate (IB), providing a real choice for a truly global education.
While the strength of the international curriculum is a core feature of the school, the strength of community is equally important. The International School of Western Australia’s school spirit is built around genuine partnerships between parents, students, educators and school leadership. Together there is a sharing of cultures, experiences, opportunities and aspirations, making the most of being part of an international community that provides opportunities for students to excel and achieve their personal best.
Mercy College is a Catholic, coeducational, Kindergarten to Year Twelve College established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1972, with an enrolment of over 1600 students. The College's aim is to offer a Christian education which will provide for the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional and social needs of our students.
The school's motto Love in Action is based on the personal understanding of what 'Mercy' meant to Sister Catherine McAuley and the Sisters of Mercy, who travelled to Australia from Ireland to establish Mercy convents, colleges and community facilities.
Mercy College is directly descended from the original Mercy school which was situated in Victoria Square. We proudly safeguard the heritage of the Sisters of Mercy and practise their ethos in the care and education of our students.
Imagine a school where students are embraced for who they are and who they can be. Where 'aha' moments are part of daily life and young people are challenged to be thinkers, to grow into their best selves and also to reach out beyond themselves. Imagine a school full of optimism, energy and warmth; a place where lives are transformed.
A vibrant Catholic primary school for students from Kindergarten to Year Six, Majella is distinguished by its commitment to Gospel values of integrity, social justice, compassion, community and love. Passionate about learning, our community finds strength in its diversity, unity in its shared values and meaning in its commitment to the Catholic faith.
Wesley College is a K-12 day and boarding school which operates a co-educational program from Kindergarten to Year 4 and then a distinctive and innovative "boy sensitive" experience from Year 5 to Year 12.
Wesley College has three sub-schools:
Each sub-school has a slightly different focus according to the age and individual development of the students.
Junior School provides our students with a strong foundation for learning, with a focus on early literacy and numeracy, thinking skills through our philosophy program, and opportunities in music, drama and sport.
Middle School marks the start of boys only education, where boys are provided with a structured learning environment suited to early adolescent development. The Middle School has been described as a 'nest', with the boys at the centre and staff who are ready to guide students through their triumphs, failures and everyday experiences.
The Senior School is an environment where boys are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning, thinking and actions... a place where boys become young men.
Phoenix offers many different English Language Courses: - General English / Cambridge FCE/CAE Examination Courses / English for Academic Purposes (Certificate III/IV) / Academic English (IELTS Preparation) / International Business English / Oral English for International Communication / English Plus / Group Study Tours. We also offer a range of other courses, such as University Bridging, Teacher Education and Executive Training.
The Pheonix Advantage:
St. Andrew’s Grammar provides a unique Orthodox Christian and Hellenic co-educational experience with a particular focus on academic excellence, Greek language and culture within a safe and caring learning environment from Kindergarten to Year Twelve.
St. Andrew’s concern is for the welfare and development of the ‘whole’ child. In a well ordered and caring environment it aims to encourage its students to pursue and develop their intellectual, social, physical, creative and spiritual capacities.
We aim to achieve excellence in all areas of school endeavour and strike a balance between academic, creative and physical education. St. Andrew’s Grammar aims to develop in each student an understanding of our spiritual heritage and a respect for moral and ethical living.
St. Andrew's Grammar School students can enjoy a broad educational experience with opportunities for involvement in sport, music, drama and many other cultural activities. Our students are also provided with the opportunity to participate in a successful Greek Studies programme.
Our school is affordable for those families who value an Independent School education.
St. Andrew's Grammar provides a caring environment where young people can be suitably challenged and feel a true sense of belonging throughout their educational journey.
Methodist Ladies' College has a character that has been defined over its history since 1907, when it opened with just 54 students.
The College now provides over 1,000 Australian and international students with life skills that enable them to participate fully in society, to achieve their personal best and to value life-long learning.
As a College of the Uniting Church in Australia, our aim is to foster an ethos of mutual support and care and a commitment to the ideals of service, justice and peace, which are at the heart of the Christian faith.
St Catherine’s College is arguably the best equipped and most progressive residential college for women and men in tertiary education in Perth. Located at the University of Western Australia (UWA), St Catherine’s provides a welcoming, lively and supportive home away from home to undergraduates, postgraduates, fellows and visiting academics from across Australia and around the world. With outstanding facilities and the freedom of independent living, St Catherine’s offers a relaxed and supportive atmosphere for university studies. Here you belong to a community dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, a tight-knit, highly interactive College community intent on the finest scholarship and service to the wider community.
Emmanuel Christian Community School aims to provide an education that stresses co-operation rather than competition, fostering the development of the gifts, skills and abilities of the students for the service of Jesus Christ in the Church and the wider community.
Teaching God’s Word to instill lifetime values in the lives of the children is an all important part of Emmanuel’s desire to nurture spiritual growth.
The need to develop physically, as well as mentally and spiritually, is of equal importance at Emmanuel. Athletics, team sports and swimming are just part of the overall physical education program. Emphasis is also given to the development of gross and fine motor skills.
Computer facilities, laptops and desktop computers are used in the classrooms to integrate technology with learning and all classrooms have access to the Internet.
Moerlina is a small, independent community school of approximately 100 students from 3 years old through to Year 7. The school operates in highly successful multi-age groupings of up to 24 students in modern, versatile learning areas. Moerlina provides stimulating, inquiry based learning in a co-educational, multi-cultural and non-denominational environment.
The school is open plan, allowing for flexibility in the arrangement and use of learning spaces. The school has a 22 seater bus which enables classes to attend class camps and regular excursions into the wider community.
Our annual whole school camp provides opportunities for parents, students and teachers to build community and learn new things in a safe and supportive environment.
Moerlina’s central location, between city and coast makes it convenient for exploring and involving the outside community in the life of the school. Families come from local residential catchment areas as well as from Northern and Southern suburbs such as South Fremantle and Sorrento.
The Quintilian School is a small, independent primary school offering classes from pre-kindy to year 7.
The Quintilian approach encourages experimentation, problem solving and integrated curricula, and aims to keep learning exciting and relevant. The programme enriches the day-to-day experiences of school by drawing frequently on the resources of a wide range of community and cultural groups, and of the parent body.
Quintilian is an independent, co-educational, secular primary school, managed by the School Council with significant input from both parents and teachers. The strong partnership existing between parents and staff is viewed as fundamental to the successful operation of the school. Parents are encouraged to spend time in their children's classrooms and any assistance offered is gratefully received. The underlying philosophy encourages input from both parents and children.
Carine Senior High School is located approximately 15km North of Perth, Western Australia, in the coastal suburb of Carine. The school caters for Years 8, 9 and 10 and offers an extensive range of Tertiary and Non-Tertiary Entrance Subjects in Years 11 and 12, together with several Vocational Education and Training Programs.
Carine is recognised in the community for its high academic and community values. The campus boasts excellent facilities including swimming pool, well-equipped Performing Arts Centre, an extensive Information Technology network as well as a wide proliferation of air-conditioning in the majority of its buildings to maximise learning capacity in the summer months.
Carine SHS represents the very best that government schools have to offer. The community, students and staff are justifiably proud of its reputation.
St Thomas' Primary School, Claremont, is a Catholic Parish Community School, established in 1909 by the Presentation Sisters. Today, St Thomas' is a vibrant, single stream co-educational primary school catering for the families of St Thomas' parish and surrounding areas for students from Kindergarten to Year Six. Our progressive culture reflects the spirit of the founding sisters. St Thomas' is also registered to accept full-fee paying International students.
The school is part of a strong and nurturing community. It has an excellent reputation for providing a welcoming, involved and academically diverse environment for its students. The ‘whole child’ is being nurtured at St Thomas’, not only through a Religious Education and strong academic program, but also through extra-curricula programs where all talents are valued.
Holy Rosary, Doubleview is a Catholic School founded on the Dominican tradition of truth, love and knowledge.
The school community values the dignity of each child and offers opportunities and challenges to all students to reach their potential.
Holy Rosary caters for children from Kindergarten to Year Six. Most children attend Newman College for their Secondary Education, however, a separate Enrolment must be lodged with the college.
The two stream school has excellent facilities including a Library, School Hall, Computers and sporting facilities. Fees are per family and are most affordable.
When parents accept enrolment for their child as a student at Holy Rosary, they imply approval of, and support for, the aims and programmes of the School, and also for the kind of student involvement that the School is striving to achieve.
The Perth Hebrew School is the oldest Jewish educational facility in Perth, Western Australia. It was established in the 1890’s around the same time as the Perth Hebrew Congregation. The objects of the PHS remain as true as they were over a hundred years ago, namely “to organise and maintain classes for the teaching of Hebrew and Religion to Jewish children”. The Perth Hebrew School has a long and distinguished history of Jewish education in close association with the Perth Hebrew Congregation.
For many years, the Perth Hebrew School provided the sole source of formal Jewish education to the children of the Perth Jewish community. However, with the establishment of Carmel School, the role of the Perth Hebrew School has changed to providing Jewish education for those students who do not attend Carmel School or supplementing the Jewish education received by those students who do attend Carmel School.
The current syllabus includes the following:
Sacred Heart Primary School is a Catholic, co-educational parish school comprised of 240 students from Pre Kindergarten to Year 6. Sacred Heart is a multicultural inner city school community serving the areas of Highgate, Mount Lawley, Perth, East Perth and Maylands.
Sacred Heart offers a holistic education embracing the intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social and physical development of all students. Christian values support the pastoral care program throughout the life of the community. Student leadership is developed through the Student Council and class meetings
The mission of Sacred Heart Primary School is to develop an educational community, centred in Christ. Sacred Heart is committed to the development of the whole person in a climate where sensitivity and responsibility are developed in a spirit of hope and love.
This philosophy underpins all our teaching and learning programs. We teach Religious Education as the first learning area in our curriculum. Our school is mandated to provide programs that are grounded in the Curriculum Framework. This document outlines a series of outcomes across eight learning areas that students are expected to reach.
Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School is committed to the Pursuit of Christian Truth and Excellence. All members of the school community are encouraged to develop their potential and special qualities in an environment centred on Christ.