Mazenod College is a Catholic Boys Secondary School (Years 7-12) set in the hills of Perth with 760- students-100 boarders and 660 day boys.
We were founded by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate 40 years ago and so we bring to education a long tradition of community and a strong commitment to excellence at all levels. Our boys have gone from Mazenod to all corners of the earth as confident, competent and successful young men and we are very proud of what they have achieved.
‘Balance is one of the cornerstones of a great school. It is not enough to produce great academics or great sportsmen or great musicians or great actors or great artists or great technicians. Any one of these in isolation produces competence but it will not produce success or happniness.
In Mazenod ‘balance’ is at the heart of all we do. Whether in the classroom, on the sports field, on the stage or in the laboratory we aim to give our students opportunities to excel, to be successful, to be recognised and to be applauded.
At Kalamunda Christian School, we offer a quality education built upon a foundation of strong communication and Christian values.
Our teachers are committed to noticing your child. We seek to develop their character and shape the knowledge of the world. We hope they begin to know the purpose of God’s plan and rationalise their own role within the communities they live in. We want them to be critical in the way they look at what they learn and be willing to be creative and adventurous.
Offering a kindergarten to year six education with a continuation programme for secondary school at Swan Christian College, Kalamunda provides a challenging and stimulating educational environment where students can discover the joy of learning.
Mundaring Christian College offers an exciting program until any other in the Perth Hills.
Our College promotes partnership with parents in the education, growth and development of their children.
We believe that every child is unique with gifts and talents worth encouraging.
Mundaring Christian College provides a Pre-Kindergarten to Year Ten education.
As an educational community we acknowledge the importance of students having a positive learning environment. This will mean that we have an emphasis on whole College activities. However there are times for the administration of the College that there will be a separation of student year groups.
Early Childhood: Pre-Kindergarten - Year Three
Primary School: Year Four - Year Six
Middle School: Year Seven to Year Ten
Welcome to St Brigid's College, where approximately 1300 students aged 4 to 17 Years, from across Western Australia learn to become principled, inquiring, knowledgeable, thinking, communicators, open-minded, caring, risk-takers, balanced and reflective life long learners confident in their place as contributing citizens and leaders in the world. Boarding, for girls only in Years 7-12, is a unique opportunity to learn about caring for one another.
St Brigid's College (SBC), situated in the green hills 25 minutes east of Perth, regularly demonstrates that our educational programme, facilities, resources, qualifications of teaching staff, management practices, enrolment and attendance procedures, and duty of care for students meet acceptable standards, it continues to be registered under the Schools Education Act 1999 of Western Australia.
As a Catholic school established by the Mercy Sisters we are inspired by our association with the Mercyworld and we are guided by the Mandate of the Catholic Bishops of Western Australia and the policies of the Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia.
Parents too play a crucial role at SBC. They are partners in their children's education and help to make the school a welcoming and warm environment. Working in partnership with families, dedicated staff members do everything they can to make each family's stay happy and rewarding as we recognise that the strength of the partnership between the students, parents and staff at St Brigid's determines the degree of our success.
Heritage College Perth commenced operations in February 2006 and offers education for students from Kindergarten to Year 12. It is a unique school for Western Australia as is it the first Christadelphian College in the state.
Heritage College offers a caring environment where students are treated as individuals and their needs can be identified and met. We aim to provide a high quality education and to support parents in their role of raising their children in the godly values of honesty, diligence, excellence, respect and discipline.
We are currently building Stage 3 of our College, a Multi-Purpose Assembly Hall, funded in part by a $250k grant the Federal Government’s Building the Education Revolution. It is planned to open this facility in Term 2 of 2011, God willing. Thanks to the support of our community of parents and friends, our College has developed and matured and is a lovely place for students to work and play
Sacred Heart School is nestled in the beautiful hills along the Darling Escarpment, in the township of Mundaring.
Sacred Heart School, Mundaring is a Catholic, single stream, co-educational school catering to students from Kindergarten to Year Six.
We at Sacred Heart School, Mundaring, seek to provide children with the opportunity to develop their spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional and social potential.
We will nurture and empower our children to live in the Catholic faith in the spirit of Jesus by:
The Senior School campus is located on an 8.3 hectare site in Glen Forrest.
The Senior School buildings have been designed by architect Michael Ipkendanz, in consultation with the College Council and staff. The campus was established in 1988.
The College is proud of the resulting integrated campus that is very much in harmony with the surrounding bushland, the flora and fauna.
Sporting facilities include a sporting and recreation complex.
The performing arts centre provides a cultural venue for the College and the surrounding hills community.
A purpose-built media centre provides the opportunity for students to develop practical skills in radio, television, film and video production.
The library is a student hub for on-line learning, research, reading and recreation.
Helena College is an independent, co-educational and non-denominational day school guided by the founding principles of peace, compassion and tolerance. The College was authorised as an International Baccalaureate World School in 2012.
Situated in the picturesque Hills district of Perth, Western Australia, at the crest of the Darling Range, the College provides an enjoyable learning environment. The Senior School campus is adjacent to the John Forrest National Park in Glen Forrest and the Junior School campus occupies a prominent position in Darlington commanding sweeping views of the coastal plain. The College is well placed for families in the thirteen communities of the Mundaring Shire, and with easy access from Kalamunda, Maida Vale, Midland and regions north.
The Junior School has a long history dating back over 100 years, whilst the secondary Senior School campus commenced in 1988. The Junior School (Years K-6) has an enrolment of 220 students. The Senior School has 510 students, spread across Middle School (Years 7-9) and Upper School (Years 10-12). Total current enrolment across the two schools is 730 students. (As from 2016 the Junior School will be Years K-5 and the Senior School will be Years 6-12.)
Carmel Adventist College is a co-educational day school and boarding school, providing a comprehensive program from Kindergarten to Year 12.
The clean, country atmosphere, combined with a caring Christian environment, encourages students to develop to their potential. Each student is unique and his/her positive contribution to the College is highly valued.
The young people attending our College are provided with many opportunities for self-development: the College Choir, Mathematics competitions, Accro Squad, Sports teams and Bush Rangers all encourage personal and group development and achievement.
New students are welcomed into our College with its warm, caring environment. They can feel secure and safe.
Student academic development is promoted in our College. Dedicated staff effort, high standard facilities, close personal friendships and a sense of belonging all help foster feelings of positive self-worth within the students, which, in turn, translates into a desire to achieve. Students leave our College with a sense of purpose, a desire to better themselves, and a recognition of their responsibility to the wider community.
Carmel Adventist College Primary is set in the beautiful surrounds of picturesque Bickley Valley, providing students with a peaceful and nature-filled learning environment.
A co-educational school, Carmel Adventist College Primary provides a comprehensive academic program from Kindergarten to Year six.
Our school is small by design and philosophy, with most classes less than 25 students. We believe this enables us to better cater for the individual needs of our students.
As a smaller school, we have a warm and friendly family atmosphere with teachers and staff having genuine care and concern for the academic, social and spiritual needs of each student.
The Secondary school is less than a kilometre away, ensuring a seamless stable education for children.
Since 1921, Mary’s Mount Primary School has provided and continues to provide a Catholic education for its students. We present Christ as a model to be followed in our everyday actions. The school works closely with Holy Family Parish to ensure that we can develop and strengthen the children in our care with experiences that will enrich their faith journeys.
Our school is coeducational, catering for children from Three-year-old Kindergarten through to Year 6.
This year we celebrate 90 years of Catholic education at Mary's Mount Primary School.
Mary’s Mount Primary School welcomes all new families to our school community. It is our hope that all the children will enjoy learning and be proud of their accomplishments. They will thrive in a safe and happy environment that allows for growth in the many areas of their development. This will all be achieved through the collaboration between our parents, teachers and children working towards a common goal.