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St Peter's College

Hackney Road, St Peters SA 5069

St Peter's College is a world-class anglican boys school situated in Adelaide, South Australia.

St Peter's College remains uncompromising in our commitment to be at the forefront of boys’ education. We aspire to be a truly world class school where each boy flourishes.

At Saints, in addition to academia, our focus is the character shaping of boys and young men – developing a sense of service, courage, commitment, integrity, morality and honour. In today’s world we must ensure that each and every boy has these underpinning values in order for them to make their way successfully in a changing world.

The School is an Anglican day and boarding school for boys catering for students from Early Learning Centre to Year 12.

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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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Charles Campbell College

3 Campbell Road, Paradise SA 5075

The values and attributes of punctuality, appearance, cooperation, courtesy, tolerance, respect for others and their property, openness, honesty and the appreciation of one's own worth, are important parts of our school culture.

Charles Campbell College has a reputation for excellence. It is a community of learners with students and teachers working together in a safe, caring and supportive environment. The wide range of courses and extracurricular activities and an emphasis on self-discipline ensure that graduates are able to access the broadest range of options for life.

Our staff are committed to and continue to be aware of the current methods to improve student learning outcomes. They have high expectations of themselves and their students and ensure that their courses are motivating, rigorous and challenging.

Charles Campbell College provides a fully comprehensive curriculum. In all courses we aim to cater for students needs developing each student to his or her maximum potential.

The junior and middle years curriculum encompasses a broad range of learning and all students participate in a relatively similar course. The senior years curriculum offers an extensive range of subjects which are approved courses for the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).

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Concordia College

45 Cheltenham Street, Highgate SA 5063

Choosing a school for your daughter or son is one of the most important decisions that you will ever make. Because a good education in their formative years is one of the greatest gifts that you can give your children, it is vital that their teenage years are anchored in an educational environment where commitment to the individual is paramount. Places at Concordia are highly sought after, so prospective families are advised to make contact at least three years ahead of the intended time of enrolment and to lodge an application for enrolment as early as possible.

Enrolments are welcome from all members of the community. Concordia staff seek to walk alongside students while encouraging them to take responsibility for their own decisions, determine their own attitudes and futures, and form their own opinions about life.

Concordia exists to provide a vibrant and challenging education for all our students within a caring, supportive community and seeks to foster in them a living relationship with Jesus Christ

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Kildare College

96 Valiant Road, Holden Hill SA 5088

Kildare College offers an education for girls from Years 8 to 12. Girls are encouraged to take responsibility for their academic, moral and spiritual development through a range of thought provoking and challenging activities. The school nurtures a love of learning and fosters a desire for excellence in a supportive environment.

Kildare is a community of learning, where staff and families work in partnership to provide our young women with a well-balanced secondary education.

 We nurture and educate the hearts and minds through the development of:

     • Success
     • Compassion
     • Achievement
     • Respect

Our tradition and values will guide and support your daughter to develop strength and gentleness of character. By assisting our students to develop positive attitudes to life and learning, we believe that we can help them to discover inner strength, confidence and self-knowledge that will sustain them throughout their lives.

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Saint Ignatius' College - Senior School

2 Manresa Court, Athelstone SA 5076

What is a Jesuit School? It is one based on Christian Humanism, which sees the growth of all the humane as important, and which knows that ‘the glory of God is man and woman fully alive’.

Hence we have always emphasised the development of ‘the whole person’ mind, heart, body, will; the intellectual and the affective, the spiritual and the physical, the imagination and the sense of critique. Our ideal is to see our students as unique and gifted, no matter the range. In traditional Jesuit terms, they are to be treated with ‘cura personalis’, individual care, ‘like the several instruments of an orchestra, each with its own timbre and quality’, so that each may play the part in the world that only he or she can fulfil, the role they are called to play in the Mind of God.

Our ideal graduates are to be ‘young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion’, with an attitude of excellence and service, knowing that they are called to be ‘men and women for others’. In the words of Ignatius, our young people are called ‘to praise, to revere and to serve’, and they are to do this by developing their talents, the potential within them. Their search should be to find God in the world, and in their hearts and minds, as they grow through life in their love of Christ and their neighbour. They should grow as young people able to use their judgement, to discern the direction of the paths into which they tend, whether such paths lead to greater love and truth or to hate and evil in the world. And they are to be young people of great heart, ‘fully alive’, and of great generosity: ‘Lord, teach me to be generous’ towards God and towards neighbour, was Ignatius’ own prayer.

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Saint Spyridon College R-7

52 Oxford Terrace, Unley SA 5061

Happy students learn best in a nurturing environment which promotes working with others and striving for personal excellence. Saint Spyridon College is a community based, family oriented primary school whose values are underpinned by Christian principles and a commitment to valuing the diversity within our multicultural society.

We believe that the empowerment of the individual is through character development and that it is only through embracing learning that one finds wisdom. We actively support our students' social, emotional, spiritual, physical and intellectual development.

We are autonomous but are a school of the Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.

Vision
Our vision is that Saint Spyridon College graduates will have the personal strength of character to accept new challenges, achieve personal goals and become proactive, responsible members of society. Our key values are to incorporate a diverse curriculum in the children’s learning and we are committed to nurturing and enhancing the social, intellectual, physical and emotional development of each child.

Mission
To provide a high quality education for children from Reception to Year 7. Our key values are to incorporate a diverse curriculum within eight areas of learning. We are committed to nurturing and enhancing the social, intellectual, physical and emotional development of each child.

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St Catherine's School Stirling

22 Ayers Hill Rd, Stirling SA 5152

At St Catherine's we value commitment to a shared educational vision of working collaboratively at every opportunity. Together we foster an environment where learning is valued, promoted and celebrated. We provide an environment that inspires learning through innovative and creative teaching pedagogy catering for all students. In this way, we believe every student is capable of successful learning and they will develop the skills to take responsibility for their learning. We promote a culture of inquiry and value the importance of positive and caring relationships.
At St Catherine's we view children as active citizens and are observant of their voice in our daily interactions. Engaging with children's voices and involving the children in the learning process, deepens their experiences as it becomes child centred and relevant to their experiences.

At St Catherine's we offer a curriculum that is student centered with an emphasis on building relationships and sharing new knowledge. We are committed to the implementation of innovative and contemporary teaching practices that aim to meet the needs of students through honouring their active engagement, providing differentiation and the integration of the Australian Curriculum. 

 These are:

  • Religious Education
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • History
  • Geography
  • Science
  • Design and Technology
  • Health and Physical Education
  • The Arts
  • Languages - Italian

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT's) are embedded into the nine learning areas. Our specialist teachers are in the areas of Music and Drama, Italian and Physical Education.

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St Joseph's School Kingswood

33 Cambridge Terrace, Kingswood SA 5062

St Joseph’s School Kingswood has a unique quality and style demonstrated in the sense of community which is so much a part of its character and operation. It is a small school supported by a wide range of people enthusiastic in making a contribution to the development of each child

We aim to work in partnership with parents to ensure that every student in our care is given the best possible start in the challenging future he or she will face.  At St Joseph’s we encourage learning to reach standards of personal excellence where Christian values are at the core of our beliefs.

Regardless of your child’s ability or stage of learning the interaction between student and teacher is at the heart of teaching and learning.  Our committed and well qualified staff ensures that their relationship with each child is based on the worth of the individual.  Knowing each student by name is an example of why your children will feel valued in our community.

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St Pius X School

8 Windsor Grove, Windsor Gardens SA 5087

Our school was built on a foundation of dreams, determination and prayers. The words ‘Strength’ and ‘Kindness’ boldly adorn the foyer and these words encapture not only the vision of our founding Priests and Nuns but all of those who are part of our school community.

The story of St Pius X School is steeped in the tradition of the Brigidine Sisters.

The Brigidine Sisters were founded in Ireland in 1807 for the purpose of providing a Catholic education to children. They were women of faith and hope, strong yet gentle in their love, in close union with Jesus Christ and in communion with all God’s people.

In the 1960s, Fr JP McCann approached religious orders of Sisters to take charge of a primary school being built in Adelaide. Mother Pius, the Provincial of the Brigidine Order in Melbourne, accepted this challenge with great strength and kindness. A community of sisters moved to South Australia for the sole purpose of opening a Catholic primary school in Windsor Gardens.

On March 4th 1962 St Pius X Primary School was officially opened with 200 students from Kindergarten to Year Four.

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Saint Ignatius' College - Junior School

58 Queen Street, Norwood SA 5067

What is a Jesuit School? It is one based on Christian Humanism, which sees the growth of all the humane as important, and which knows that ‘the glory of God is man and woman fully alive’.

Hence we have always emphasised the development of ‘the whole person’ mind, heart, body, will; the intellectual and the affective, the spiritual and the physical, the imagination and the sense of critique. Our ideal is to see our students as unique and gifted, no matter the range. In traditional Jesuit terms, they are to be treated with ‘cura personalis’, individual care, ‘like the several instruments of an orchestra, each with its own timbre and quality’, so that each may play the part in the world that only he or she can fulfil, the role they are called to play in the Mind of God.

Our ideal graduates are to be ‘young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion’, with an attitude of excellence and service, knowing that they are called to be ‘men and women for others’. In the words of Ignatius, our young people are called ‘to praise, to revere and to serve’, and they are to do this by developing their talents, the potential within them. Their search should be to find God in the world, and in their hearts and minds, as they grow through life in their love of Christ and their neighbour. They should grow as young people able to use their judgement, to discern the direction of the paths into which they tend, whether such paths lead to greater love and truth or to hate and evil in the world. And they are to be young people of great heart, ‘fully alive’, and of great generosity: ‘Lord, teach me to be generous’ towards God and towards neighbour, was Ignatius’ own prayer.

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Scotch College Adelaide

Carruth Road, Torrens Park SA 5062

It is both a great privilege and pleasure to lead Scotch College, one of South Australia's pre-eminent co-educational, independent day and boarding schools.

It is a school firmly committed to providing a holistic education offering every student every opportunity to develop their own special talents. Meeting individual needs is our number one priority.

Scotch College very successfully creates a culture of friendliness, respect for all members of the community, and high expectations. My commitment is to ensure the best possible standards of performance, behaviour and interpersonal skills.

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St Josephs Memorial School

46 Bridge Street, Kensington SA 5068

Believing that every child is a miracle transforms the way we design for children's learning.  The staff consider themselves fortunate to have the privilege, the joy, the excitement and at times amazement of working with young people.

St. Joseph's Memorial School has two campuses.  At Bridge Street, children start in the preschool and transition into school which goes up to Year 2.  The children then move to Year 3 until Year 7 at the William Street Campus.  This unique setting allows for not only a broader preschool program but for an easy transition into school.

Embracing the potential of each child is our primary focus which is guided by the principles of our Catholic Traditions and Reggio Emilia.  Our small class sizes, modern classrooms and facilities, and unique playgrounds, enable the children to develop in a creative, dynamic and progressive environment where the learning prepares children as citizens for the 21st Century.

Our fee structures cater for variation in family size and income level.
To have a personal tour of the school phone and make a time to talk with the Principal, Mr Craig Fosdike.
 

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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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Mercedes College

540 Fullarton Road, Springfield SA 5062

Mercedes College is an International Baccalaureate Reception to Year 12 co-educational Catholic school in the Mercy tradition. We enjoy a reputation of academic excellence, and for educating young people to serve as school and community leaders.

Our College offers a progressive, internationally focussed curriculum supported by family and community values. In response to our rapidly changing world, we aim to equip students to be life-long learners and global citizens by fostering internationalism and participation in international education.

Our Aims are embodied in fundamental Catholic principles and beliefs. We encourage respect and value human dignity, the questioning of the society in which we live and the ability to look beyond self-interest and help those in need.

We aspire to realise the potential of all young people who are enrolled at Mercedes College, and educate them to be the best person they can be - intellectually, spiritually and socially. Our students take pride in being members of our thriving community.
 

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St Joseph's Payneham

78 Portrush Road, Payneham South SA 5070

Our school is an exciting place and we want to share some of this excitement with you. We will provide specific information about our educational programs and daily routines. More importantly, this website will serve to welcome you into our caring community.

 Your choice of schooling is one of the most important decisions made on behalf of your child. At St Joseph's Payneham, we have been supporting students and their families since 1962 when the school was established by the Sisters of St Joseph. It is a co-educational Catholic primary school providing excellence in education from Preschool (4 years) and Reception to Year 7. We offer a nurturing environment which encourages happy and successful learning.

Our programs provide a framework which will equip each student with the skills to enjoy a lifetime of discovery and learning with the latest ICTs and modern indoor and outdoor learning spaces. We work together as a team to make sure the needs of every student are catered for through multi-faceted learning experiences. All the staff at Payneham facilitate a learning environment to suit students through their absolute professionalism, dedication and passion.

We encourage our teachers to utilise models of contemporary learning to provide students with flexible and diverse learning experiences across curriculum areas as well as enabling access to online learning spaces.

At St Joseph’s Payneham, we provide learning experiences which:

  • enable flexible learning
  • are characterised by reflection, higher order thinking
  • encourage creativity and collaboration
  • respond to the diverse needs of each child
  • develop contemporary literacies
  • foster a learning community and
  • enable timely formative and summative assessment.
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Prince Alfred College

23 Dequetteville Terrace, Kent Town SA 5067

Prince Alfred College is one of Australia’s leading boys’ schools and is located in spacious grounds near the centre of Adelaide, South Australia.

Established by the Methodist Church in 1869, Prince Alfred College is affiliated with the Uniting Church in Australia and the International Baccalaureate Organisation.

We educate over one thousand boys aged between 2 and 18 every year, including boarding and international students.

Our Purpose
We view students as individuals and take them on an educational journey.

Our goal is to realise the potential in every boy and help him become a compassionate, well rounded man of integrity.

We are an accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) World School offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBD) as well as the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) and an engaging Vocational Education Training (VET) Programme.

Is it any wonder that we have gained such a highly regarded reputation throughout Australia and overseas?

Encapsulating a strong academic, Christian, sporting and co-curricular life, Prince Alfred College supports an education that is outside the normal boundaries.

We succeed when boys discover their talent and use it for the good of others.

We teach our students to question what lies ahead of them and to think creatively. Our core curriculum is a unique combination of traditional values and progressive thinking.

We ask our students – not what have you achieved – but what have you contributed?

We invite you to discover how Prince Alfred College will inspire excellence in your son.

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Mary MacKillop College

10-14 High Street, Kensington SA 5068

Mary MacKillop College was established by the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart to provide exemplary secondary education for girls. The College is named after Mary MacKillop, Australia’s first Saint, who devoted her life to the people of Australia through founding, with Julian Tenison Woods, an Order of Sisters who would educate the “children of the bush” and help all those in need.

Your daughter will receive an excellent education at Mary MacKillop College, both in class and beyond the classroom. Your daughter's personal journey will be different to her classmates and we acknowledge that she will have her own gifts and talents, strengths and challenges. Your daughter will be steeped in the values of Mary MacKillop, develop a strong passion for social justice, seek to understand the circumstances of those who are not so fortunate and most importantly develop a love of learning which will last a lifetime. Our school motto ‘Know More, Do More, Be More’ encapsulates all that we try and offer the girls and what we hope they experience at the College. We want your daughter to develop confidence, resilience and throughout their time at the College try to be the very best version of themselves. As part of their journey they will gain knowledge and develop the ability to apply that knowledge in unfamiliar circumstances. They will also understand themselves as a learner, setting them on the road to success as they discover their life purpose and passion. 

Our College is a small community, rich in relationships which encourage strong connections between staff and students making Mary MacKillop College a very welcoming and special place.

We have placed a strong emphasis on developing the leadership abilities of the girls from Year 8 to the Senior Years and we do this through formal programs and by the girls attending events such as the International Women’s Day Breakfast.

Access for Learning

McKay Ave, Windsor Gardens SA 5087