Anglican Schools Australia
Anglican Education Commission. 'overall mission is to promote, encourage and support people in Anglican schools to do education Christianly as described in the [Sydney] Diocesan Education Policy'.
Anglican Schools Commission: Commission establishes
a system of low-fee paying Anglican schools providing an education of high quality and with attention of students with special
needs. Currently has eight schools. The ASC website has links to individual websites.
Anglican Schools Commission, Diocese
of Brisbane: 'The role of the Anglican Schools Office is to support the senior management and governing bodies of Anglican
Schools across Queensland. We provide quality advice and service in many areas, including finance, new school development, marketing,
professional development of staff, industrial relations, legal and other human resource issues.'
Anglican Schools Commission
Australian Anglican Schools Network
(AASN): 'A national listing of Anglican Schools in Australia. AASN is the schools network of the Australian General Synod'.
Western Australian Anglican Schools
NSW. K through 12 Anglican boarding and day school for girls. 'Overcoming the frequent disadvantage of beginning their education
in isolated areas and having to live away from home, Boarders earned results even better than Day Girls.' (Sydney)
Arden Anglican School, Beecroft, NSW: Kindergarten through Grade 12. Blends current
NSW curriculum with emphasis on math.
All Saints Anglican School, Merrimac (Brisbane)
All Saints College, Bathurst, NSW. Grades 6 through 12, day and boarding, co-ed. (Bathurst)
All Saints College. Bull Creek (Perth), Western Australia. Coeducational, founded in
Anglican Church Grammar School (Brisbane)
The Anglican School, Googong. owned and operated by the Anglican Diocese of Canberra-Goulburn; coming soon.
Anglican Technical College Western Sydney. Kings Park, New South Wales. 'a trade high school
where students can study Year 11 and 12, get their HSC and start their trade career'.
Arndell Anglican College, Oakville (outside Windsor), NSW. K through 12 co-educational
Anglican day school. (Sydney)
Bacchus Marsh Grammar Schoo,
Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. K-12 school located near Melbourne.
Ballarat and Queens Anglican Grammar School, Wendouree, Victoria. Boarding and non-residental
school for boys and girls.
Bankstown Grammar and St Paul's Choir School, Bankstown, NSW. St Paul's is a
day school founded as boys' choir school for St Paul's which still draws heavily on it for choristers though it is now co-educational.
Kindergarten to year 6, it occupies the same campus as Bankstown. Also a day school and co-educational but years 7 though 12. (Sydney)
Barker College Junior School, Hornsby (Sydney)
Beaconhills College, Berwick, Victoria. High School in the Diocese of Melbourne.
An independent school operated by three parishes: two Anglican, one Uniting Church. (Melbourne)
Bishop Druitt College, Coffs Harbour (Mid North Coast), NSW. K through 12 co-educational
Anglican day school. (Grafton)
Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College, Fletcher,
NSW. K-12 co-ed day school (Newcastle)
Blue Mountains Grammar School, Wentworth Falls, NSW. Established in 1918.
Brighton Grammar School, Melbourne, Victoria. 'An Anglican private school exclusively
for boys, providing a broad, academically based education from ELC to Year 12.'
Broughton Anglican College, Menangle Park near Campbelltown NSW. A preparatory-through-year-12
day school. (Sydney)
Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School, Bunbury, WA. Coeducational, kindergarten through grade
12. Founded in 1967 by Bishop Ralph Hawkins.
Burgmann Anglican School, Gungahlin (Canberra and Goulburn)
Calrossy, Tamworth, New
South Wales. This Anglican girls school has both day and boarding students. (Armidale)
Camberwell Girls Grammar School, Canterbury, Victoria. Anglican girls' school 'from
prep through grade 12'.
Camberwell Grammar School,
Canterbury, Victoria. Anglican boys' school established in 1886.
Canberra Girls' Grammar
School (Canberra and Goulburn)
Canberra Grammar School (Canberra and Goulburn)
Cannon Hill Anglican College (Brisbane)
The Cathedral College, Murray Bridge, South Australia. Co-educational day school.
Currently R through 6, they are accepting applications R through 7 for 2005. In 2006 a full Middle School programme is planned. (The
Cathedral College, Wangaratta, Victoria. 'Independent, co-educational, Anglican,
Prep to Year 12 (by 2008) school. The College offers high quality education at a reasonable cost to families in Wangaratta and surrounding
Cathedral School, Townsville (North Queensland)
Caulfield Grammar School. Five campuses in Australia and China, as well as a virtual
campus. 'Since its foundation in 1881, Caulfield Grammar School has grown to become one of Australia's most well known and influential
coeducational schools through its innovative approaches to teaching and learning.'
Cobham Anglican Grammar School, Cobram, Victoria. Co-educational day school, grades Pre-K
through grade 12. (Wangaratta)
Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont, WA
Claremont College, Randwick, New South Wales. Coeducational primary school founded
Clarence Valley Anglican
School (formerly The Cathedral School), Grafton, NSW. Co-educational preparatory through year 12. Offers after school care for
grades Pre-K through 6. (Grafton)
Coomera Anglican College, Coomera (Brisbane)
Cranbrook School, Bellevue Hill, NSW. Male-only boarding and day school, preparatory
to senior school. (Sydney)
south Sydney. This Anglican girls school caters to day students from pre-school to Year 12. (Sydney)
Gordonvale, Queensland. Anglican day and boarding school in North Queensland for Indigenous Australians.
Ballina, NSW. A preparatory-through-year-12 co-educational day school. (Grafton)
Esperance Anglican Community School, Esperance, Western Australia.
Firbank Grammar, Brighton,
Victoria. Coeducational; early learning through Year 12. Established in 1909 by the Archbishop of Melbourne.
Frederick Irwin Anglican School, Mandurah, WA. Kindergarten through grade 12;
opened in 1991.
Fraser Coast Anglican College, Hervey Bay (Brisbane)
Geelong Grammar School. Five
campuses in Victoria. For students from age three through Year 12.
Georges River Grammar School, Sydney, New South Wales.
Georgiana Molloy Anglican School, Busselton, WA
Geraldton Grammar School, Geraldton, WA
Glennie School, Toowoomba (Brisbane)
Guildford Grammar School, Guildford, WA
Hale School, Wembley Downs,
Western Australia. The oldest independent boys' school in Western Australia, founded in 1858 by the first Anglican Bishop of Perth,
Dr Mathew Blagden Hale. Day and boarding school, 'offering primary and secondary education through to Tertiary Entrance Examination
level. Whilst day scholars are enrolled from Year 1 to Year 12, boarders are normally accepted from Year 5 to Year 12.'
Hume Anglican Grammar School. Established by the Diocese of Melbourne in 2008. (Melbourne)
The Hutchins School, Hobart, Tasmania. K through 12 boys boarding school. (Tasmania)
School, Wollongong, NSW. Co-educational preparatory through year 12. (Sydney)
Two campuses in South Australia. 'Low-fee co-educational college affiliated with the Anglican and Uniting Churches.'
Ivanhoe Grammar School, Ivanhoe,
Victoria. 'a coeducational Anglican School for students from Early Learning Centre to Year 12'.
Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School,
John Septimus Roe Anglican Community
School, Mirrabooka, Western Australia
John Wollaston Anglican Community School, Kelmscott, Western Australia. Kindergarten through
Kambala, Sydney, NSW. Anglican
school for girls preparatory through year 12. (Sydney)
The King's School, Parramatta, New South Wales, this day and boarding is for boys and young
men, K through 12.
Kormilda College, Darwin. An 'independent, co-educational, multicultural, day and residential
secondary school, serving the people of Northern Australia by providing an excellent, affordable, Christian education.' (Northern
Korowa Anglican Girls' School,
Melbourne, Victoria. Established in 1890. For girls from age three through Year 12. Website includes sections in Chinese.
Lakes Grammar - An Anglican School,
'Co-educational, K-12 school, on the northern end of the Central Coast'
The Lakes College, Mango Hill, Queensland. 'a joint venture of the
Uniting and Anglican Churches and embraces a Christian philosophy that reflects the spiritual traditions and high educational standards
of both churches'. Affiliated with the Diocese of Brisbane.
Launceston Church Grammar School, Tasmania, East Launceston. A co-education Junior and
Senior day and boarding school. (Tasmania)
Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School, Terranora and Tweed Heads,
NSW. A preparatory-through-year-12 day school, located in far Northern NSW, on Australia's Gold Coast. (Grafton)
Loquat Valley School, Bayview, NSW. Pre-school through Year 6. (Sydney)
Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar
School, Essendon, Victoria. 'Lowther Hall is a school for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12. The present enrolment is around
800, ensuring a family size atmosphere which allows for both intimacy and individual attention.'
Macarthur Anglican School,
Cobbitty, NSW. Pre-kindergarten to age 18 co-educational, day school with strict dress codes. (Sydney)
Macquarie Anglican Grammar School, Bathurst, NSW. Kindergarten to grade 9, co-ed. (Bathurst)
Mamre Anglican School, Kemps Creek, New South Wales.
Manning Valley Anglican College, Cundletown, New South Wales. Coeducational primary
and secondary school. (Newcastle)
Matthew Flinders Anglican College (Brisbane)
Melbourne Girls Grammar, South Yarra, Victoria. Founded in 1893.
Melbourne Grammar School: An Anglican school founded in 1858. Prep to Year 12. (Melbourne)
Meriden School, an Anglican School for Girls (Sydney)
Moama Anglican Grammar School, Moama, NSW co-educational for grades 7 through 12. (Riverina)
New England Girls' School:
Armidale, New South Wales. (Armidale)
Newcastle Grammar School, Newcastle, NSW. 'Enrols both boys and girls from Pre-School through
to Higher School Certificate level.' (Newcastle)
Nowra Anglican College, Bomaderry, NSW. Co-educational with emphasis on music and the arts. (Sydney)
Orange Anglican Grammar
School: Diocesan school of the Diocese of Bathurst. (Bathurst)
Overnewton Anglican Community College: School for approximately 2400 students from
preparatory level to Year 12 on two campuses in the northwest of Melbourne.
Oran Park Anglican College:
This newest Anglican school in the Diocese of Sydney will open in 2012. (Sydney)
Pedare Christian College,
Golden Grove, South Australia. Grades R through 12 day school. (Adelaide)
The Peninsula School, Mount Eliza, Victoria. 'a day and boarding school for approximately 1450 students from three-year-old Kindergarten to Year 12'.
Penrith Anglican College, Orchard Hills,, NSW. K through 12 co-educational day school.
Perth College: An Anglican School for Girls, Mount Lawley, WA. 'Perth College is the oldest
Independent Girls' School in Western Australia. It was founded by the Anglican Sisters of the Church in 1902 and in 1915 moved to
its current Mt Lawley Campus where the Sisters amalgamated their five schools.'
Peter Carnley Anglican Community School, Wellard, Western Australia. 'During the first
year PCACS will cater for students from Kindergarten to Year 8. Over the next five years, the school will grow and offer all year
levels including Year 12.' (Perth)
Peter Moyes Anglican Community School, Mindarie, WA. Kindergarten through grade 12.
Pulteney Grammar School: an Anglican 'R-12 school' (Adelaide)
Radford College, Canberra (Canberra
Redlands, Cremorne, New South Wales.
Richard Johnson Anglican School, Oakhurst, New South Wales. Kindergarten through grade
12; co-educational day school.
Roseville College, Roseville NSW: Girls
day school (K through 12) which maintains its small size.
Rouse Hill Anglican College, Rouse Hill, NSW. K through 12 co-educational day school.
Riverina Anglican College, Wagga Wagga (Canberra and Goulburn)
St Aidan's Anglican Girls'
School, Corinda, Brisbane. Kindergarten through Year 12; established in 1929.
St Andrew's Cathedral School, Sydney, NSW. Day school for boys grades 3 through 10. Senior college is coeducational. (Sydney)
St Catherine's School, Waverley, New South Wales. 'Australia’s oldest independent, Anglican girls' school.'
St Columba Anglican School. Port Macquarie, New South Wales.
St Columba's College, Adelaide, South Australia. Anglican-Roman Catholic college in the
Diocese of Adelaide, of about 1200 students from reception to Year 12. Founded in 1997, its motto is 'Unity in Faith.' (Adelaide)
St Hilda's Anglican Girls School, Mosman Park, Western Australia.
St John's Anglican College, Forest Lake, Queensland.
St Luke's Grammar School, Dee Why, NSW. Pre-K through 12 co-educational day school.
St Margaret's Anglican Girls School, Ascot (Brisbane)
St Mark's Anglican Community Day School, Hillarys, Western Australia. K through 12, co-educational.
'All students attend Christian Studies lessons and Christian values are stressed in all areas of the curriculum. The Christian ethic
underpins the whole of School life.'
St Mary's Anglican Girls School, Karrinyup,
St Michael's Collegiate School, Hobart, Tasmania. A girls school, Pre-K through 12. (Tasmania)
St Michael's Grammar School, Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 1875 by the Community
of the Sisters of the Church as the Church of England Day School. Coeducational.
St Paul's School (Brisbane)
St Paul's Anglican Grammar School, Warragul, Victoria.
St Peter's Anglican College, Broulee, New South Wales. St Peter's Anglican College
is planned to be a Kindergarten to Year 12 co-educational day school. In 2003 the College opened with students in classes Kindergarten
to Year 7. An additional year group will be incorporated annually until the College progresses through to Year 12 in 2008. Affiliated
with the Diocese of Canberra and Goulbourn.
Sapphire Coast Anglican College, Bega and Pambula, New South Wales. Two campuses, coeducational
kindergarten through grade 12.
Scone Grammar School, Scone, NSW (Newcastle)
Shelford Anglican Girls' School, Caulfield, Victoria. Pre-K through 12 for girls and
Shellharbour Anglican College, Dunmore, New South Wales. Coeducational, opened
in 2004; students from Kindergarten to Year 8.
Shoalhaven Anglican College, Milton, NSW. K through 12 co-educational day school.
Southport School, Gold Coast (Brisbane)
Swan Valley Anglican Community School. Aveley, Western Australia.
Swanleigh, Middle Swan, Western Australia. Boarding high school for young men and women. (Perth)
Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation: organized in 1947 by the Anglican Diocese
of Sydney with the mission to 'establish and operate efficiently, strategically placed Anglican schools offering quality education,
which are financially accessible to the local communities and communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ to students, staff, parents
and the wider community'. (Sydney)
Tara Anglican School for Girls,
North Parramatta, New South Wales.
Thomas Hassall Anglican College, West Hoxton, New South Wales. K through 9; 10
through 12 developing. Co-ed day school. (Sydney)
Toowoomba Preparatory School, Toowoomba (Brisbane)
Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College, Glenwood, New South Wales.
Trinity Anglican Colleges. A coeducational day school; kindergarten through grade
12. There are two campuses; one in Albury, NSW, and the other in Wodonga, Victoria. (Wangaratta)
Trinity Anglican School, Cairns (North Queensland)
Trinity College, Gawler, South Australia. A day school, Reception through year
12, co-ed with nearly 4000 on four separate campuses. (Adelaide)
Trinity Grammar School, Strathfield, New South Wales. This day and boarding for boys
and young men, K through 12, is located on three campuses: Strathfield, Summer Hill and Pine Bluff.
Tudor House, Moss Vale (Sydney)
Walford Anglican School for Girls, Hyde Park, South Australia. Founded in 1893.
West Moreton Anglican College,
Karrabin, Queensland. A co-educational College catering for students from pre-K through year 12.
Whitsunday Anglican School, Mackay, Queensland (Brisbane)
William Clark College, Kellyville, NSW: Grades 8 through 12, recommending application
by January of the student's grade 7. (Sydney)
William Cowper Anglican School. Co-ed day school from K to Year 6 but boys
only from Years 7 to 12. (Armidale)
Wollondilly Anglican College, Tahmoor, NSW. K through 8 co-educational day school.
Wontulp Bi-Buya College, Cairns, Queensland. 'Combined Church Indigenous Training
and Research Centre Inc provides education programs for Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders in Queensland, Australia. The College
is the Queensland Partner of Nungalinya College, Darwin.'
Woodcroft College, Morphett Vale, South Australia. Co-educational day school, grades
pre-school through 13. (Adelaide)
Yarra Valley Grammar School, Ringwood, Victoria
Australian College of Theology (Kingsford,
Brisbane College of Theology: A fully
accredited combination of colleges — St Francis Theological College (Anglican), St Paul (Roman Catholic) and Trinity (Uniting
Church) — offering undergraduate and postgraduate theology. The colleges work ecumenically through close cooperation and
sharing of courses.
Flinders University School of Theology,
Adelaide, offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the areas of biblical studies, systematic and historical theology,
and pastoral studies in association with the Adelaide College of Divinity, an ecumenical consortium
of four theological colleges: Parkin-Wesley College (Uniting Church), St Barnabas' Theological College (Anglican Church), Catholic
Theological College of South Australia (Catholic Church) and Coolamon College (Uniting Church, distance education).
Ministry Education Commission,
Anglican Diocese of Brisbane
Mary Andrews College: '(previously
Deaconess House) was founded in 1891 as the first Anglican college in Australia set up to equip women theologically and practically
for diaconal ministries in the Anglican church. In this way, the college is linked to serving the Sydney Diocese, but is also responsible
to its council of the Anglican Deaconess Institution Sydney Ltd. While Anglican in ethos, the college is independent and it is
not a Diocesan organisation. MAC offers courses at Stanmore in the inner west, throughout the Sydney metropolitan region and beyond.'
Moore College 'opened its doors in 1856 and has been training men and women for ministry within the Anglican Church of Australia (especially the Diocese of Sydney) and further afield ever since. It offers biblical and theological study in full-time residential, part-time and online modes, with programs from diploma to doctoral level. Its character is both evangelical and reformed with a very heavy accent on engaging the Scriptures as a whole and in depth. Currently it is a recognised self-accrediting institution within the Higher Education sector in Australia with 20 full-time faculty.'
Ridley College (University of Melbourne
and Australian College of Theology)
Proud of its Reformed evangelical Anglican heritage, offering on-site and online formation of ordained ministers, missionaries and
St Barnabas College,
Adelaide, South Australia.
'We share a campus with the Catholic Theological College and Parkin-Wesley College (Uniting Church). The campus is home to Coolamon
College (a distance education provider) and the Australasian Theological Forum.'
St Francis' Theological College,
'Assists in theological education, ministry training and personal and spiritual formation of men and women for Christian life and
St Mark's National Theological Centre (Charles
Part of the School of Theology of Charles Sturt University, with additional courses offered there,
both 'offer comprehensive information to Anglicans and others interested in pursuing a variety of methods of developing their Christian
understanding and engaging Australian society with the Gospel'. The university is located in Canberra. They now offer a wide variety
of courses and degrees online.
Trinity College (University of Melbourne)
The Anglican Theological School of the Province of Victoria, Trinity College offers online and face-to-face certificate, diploma
and degree programs awarded by the Melbourne College of Divinity and teaches jointly with Catholic and Uniting Church partners in
the United Faculty of Theology.
United Theological College (Sydney
College of Divinity and Charles Sturt University), Sydney
the recognised College of the NSW Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia.