Locate Private schools and colleges Australia , we provide an online directory listing full contact details on schools and colleges accross Australia with Australia Private Schools
Ellenbrook Christian College is a safe and nurturing educational community which, in partnership with families, values and promotes growth of the whole person from a Christian perspective to reach his/her full potential.
Ellenbrook Christian College offers accessible private education for the whole community regardless of race, status or belief.
Ellenbrook Christian College values the worth of each individual student and seeks to develop the:
Intellect through excellence in academic programmes designed to meet individual needs;
Physical wellbeing through a rich and targeted sport/health programme;
Spiritual awareness and wholeness by exposure to Christian and Biblical foundations.
Ellenbrook Christian College endorses the duty of parents as primary educators and encourages families to take an active and informed role in College life.
Ellenbrook Christian College provides well-developed pastoral care with early intervention strategies that promote positive relationships. The College promotes a culture that encourages social conscience, justice, service and respect of others and the environment.
Ellenbrook Christian College has diverse programmes that recognise and celebrate the different abilities and rates of development of each individual student.
Ellenbrook Christian College recognises the authority of the Bible as the foundation of a Christian world view of mankind and the environment. It acknowledges the preciousness of all people in God’s eyes, holding each other accountable for their integrity, attitude and actions.
A Catholic day school for girls from Year 7 to Year 12. Our College motto, "Este Fideles" - Be Faithful - is an ideal for us as we strive to be faithful to God, to ourselves and to each other. Our long tradition gives our students a sense of belonging, pride and confidence as we move together into the challenges of the 21st century. Within the Catholic tradition, we foster confident and independent young women of faith, who are creative and collaborative thinkers, sharing a love of learning and striving for excellence. They are courageous in mind and deed and are global citizens with a genuine concern for others.
Nagle College provides Catholic education for girls Years 7-12, in the Blacktown area. Set in quiet, leafy grounds, the college is on site with St Michael's Primary and St Michael's Church. Nagle College is a modern, well-equipped secondary school with a reputation for excellence throughout the wider community.
Nagle College offers a broad curriculum, a pastoral focus and a strong community emphasis. At Nagle College students are encouraged to pursue personal excellence. Whether their interests lie in academic, sporting or creative pursuits, Nagle College will strive to develop and support these interests in each student.
These students, for the most part, are drawn from the parishes of Blacktown, Blacktown South, Lalor Park, Marayong and Seven Hills. The college has a strong multicultural character, with students coming from around 70 different cultural backgrounds.
Moama Anglican Grammar School is a co-educational, Anglican School of excellence, open to all, in a caring, Christian and disciplined environment.
We offer high quality, affordable education to the HSC, emphasising care of students and their families, academic excellence, participation in a range of activities, links with the community, innovative pathways in education and growth in Christian and civic values.
Moama Anglican Grammar School is an Anglican School of Excellence, open to all, in a caring, disciplined and Christian environment. The School sees its mission as caring for students and their families and preparing the students for the next phase of their lives so that they can move forward with hope and confidence. The School is pledged to operate at the lowest level of fees possible, while maintaining a very high quality educational offering, for families of Moama/Echuca and surrounding districts.
An independent school from Kindergarten to HSC at Hazelbrook in the Blue Mountains, NSW Australia. Korowal was founded in 1978 with the aim of providing a human-centred learning environment.
Korowal is a small school
... a community on a human scale, where teachers, parents and students know each other ... where learning accommodates the talents and needs of every student ... where no-one gets lost.
Korowal is a human-centred school
... where relationships are the heart of the learning process ... where we educate the whole human being in a holistic way ... where we value empathy, creativity, resilience and critical thinking.
Korowal is a sustainable school
... where we aim for social, educational and environmental sustainability ... where we value quality over quantity and context over content ... where we allow time for childhood ... where students are not ranked against each other ... because education is not a race.
Korowal is an integrated school
... where the curriculum encourages immersion and interdisciplinary study ... where creative and formal work are integrated ... where learning groups transcend age boundaries.
LaSalle Catholic College is a Systemic Catholic School for boys from Years 7 to 12 in the tradition of St John Baptist de la Salle. The College opened in 1999 and is located in Sydney's Western Suburb of Bankstown.
A LaSalle education is a journey that draws its inspiration from the spirituality and educational principles of our founder, St John Baptist de la Salle. It is one of the many schools throughout the world under the care of the Religious Institute known as the Brothers of the Christian Schools or De La Salle Brothers.
A Lasallian education seeks to recapture, in contemporary ways, the original spirit of St John Baptist de la Salle's first schools in Reims, France. Hence, LaSalle Catholic College endeavours to touch hearts by developing the dignity and well-being of each of our students, teach minds through the educational programmes it offers and transform lives.
Our boys are accompanied on their journey by competent professional educators, who offer a myriad of academic, spiritual, social, cultural and sporting opportunities to enable our students to develop their gifts and talents, achieve personal excellence and prepare for the future with hope and confidence.
St Clare's Catholic School opened on Monday 24th January, 2011, welcoming more than 170 children and their families to the first year of the school.
St Clare’s Catholic School offers quality Catholic education from Prep to Year 7 and is the 32nd Catholic schooli in the Townsville Diocese.
St Clare’s Catholic School, Burdell exists to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ in a contemporary way.
Our students will strive to be members of a community which values diversity and works for the Common Good. This shows
the Spirit of Jesus alive in our hearts.
Our students will receive the best of educational experiences to enhance their spiritual, cognitive, emotional, physical, social and cultural development. This will be attended to within a Christian Community in the Catholic Tradition.
The spirit and example of St Clare and St Francis will be our guide.
Mary MacKillop College strives to empower young women to reach their potential by offering a wide range of academic and vocational courses to the HSC, as well as co-curricular activities and leadership and life skills. We are committed to ensuring that teaching and learning is of the highest quality. Teachers work in teams with mentors to explore a variety of teaching and assessment strategies. We encourage the young women to embrace opportunities to grow in their knowledge and pave the way for them to become life-long learners.
Masada College, a co-educational school on the North Shore that raises responsible individual thinkers with a strong sense of social justice and confidence in their ability to determine their own future. We work in close partnership with parents and teachers to maximise students' potential. It is not surprising that our graduates win scholarships and awards and embark on a diverse range of career paths. Students from all backgrounds are welcome to our Jewish College which prides itself on inclusivity.
We are a Catholic Primary School, working together with the Catholic Parish of Camden and drawing on the support and life of that community.
With Christ as our model, we seek to educate each student in the Catholic faith tradition. We strive to provide an environment which will foster sound teaching and learning, and encourage all our students to develop to their full potential.
As a learning community, we are committed to making St Paul’s a place where love, reconciliation and compassion are evident and where hope is real and practised.
St.Paul's is a co-educational Catholic Primary School catering for students from Kindergarten to Year Six. There are presently three streams with approximately 600 students.
St. Paul's was founded by Blessed Mary McKillop and the Sisters of St Joseph and is located in Camden.
McCarthy Catholic College is a learning community where the values of integrity, peace and justice are brought to life for students, staff, families and the wider community of our parish and diocese.At McCarthy Catholic College we are committed to providing quality Catholic education to our students.
We endeavour to ensure that our school motto, Integrity, Justice and Peace, is an integral part of every student’s experience at the college. Our college community shares a commitment to keep gospel values at the centre of education.
McCarthy aims to foster a positive learning environment and deliver an extensive range of curricular and co-curricular activities within a strong pastoral framework.
St.Dympna’s is a Co-Educational Catholic Education Systemic School teaching Christian values in a Catholic environment. The school has a lay Principal and teachers are appointed by the Brisbane Catholic Education Office.
The Vision Statement clearly articulates the philosophy and values which underpin everything that happens at St Dympna’s. With the Principal and Administration Team, all members of staff, both teaching and non-teaching, strive to place all endeavours within the context of this Statement.
We, the community of St Dympna’s School, seek to nurture an environment that is faithful to Jesus. We believe that learning, a life long enterprise, is best achieved in an atmosphere that values and celebrates empathy, integrity, justice and reconciliation. We aspire to be a community, living and learning as one which truly reflects the vision of God’s love for all.
Mountain View Adventist College, a one campus Pre-kindy to Year 12 school serving the community of Western Sydney with quality Christian education. Mountain View Adventist College offers your child a superior educational opportunity that builds on a careful foundation in key learning areas. We challenge each student to discover his/her particular gifts and talents in a variety of ways and believe that each child is special.
As part of the Adventist school system we will support and encourage the needs of your child, regardless of religious or cultural background, and we have an emphasis on caring for all aspects of their development and growth.
Scone Grammar School is a Kindergarten to Year 12 School, which provides a wide range of opportunities and experiences, designed to challenge and extend students thinking and perceptions of the world around them. It is a school that strives for excellence, encouraging each student to grow to be their best.
We hope that our diverse and stimulating programmes of academic, sporting and cultural activities communicate what we believe to be important: the pursuit of excellence, participation, respect and empathy for others.
We enjoy the opportunity to share our School with prospective families and members of the broader community. Please come and visit us and witness the quality of a Scone Grammar School education. You will be made to feel most welcome.
St Charbel’s College is a young Independent Catholic Co-educational institution, and carries on the mission of sustaining the Maronite Catholic faith. Guided by the Monks of the Lebanese Maronite Order, St Charbel’s College strives to develop in its students a love of God and neighbour, an attachment to their Lebanese Maronite heritage, and an allegiance to their Australian homeland.
Opening its doors to students on 1 February 1984 with only 78 students, the College has expanded and today has around 1,100 students. With classes starting from Kindergarten to Year 12, the teaching philosophy embraces diverse and comprehensive practices that are appropriate to the learning styles of the students. Our teaching and support staff are very well qualified, enthusiastic and dedicated to promoting the personal attainments and pastoral care of students.
Our school is an integral part of St Brigid’s Parish. Catholic values and traditions are taught in a formal religious education program and are a guide for all that we do throughout the school.
Our core task is education. Our staff devotes their classroom time to the tasks of teaching and learning.
While we strive to work in partnership with our families, we recognise that parents are the first and prime educators of their children. It is certainly our privilege to work with you and to share the responsibilities of educating your children and helping them to prepare for the future.
We hope that you will experience a sense of warmth and welcome, and that there will be a rich sharing of ideas, talents and enthusiasm as together we go about the work of helping our children to learn and grow.
St. Augustine's is a Catholic primary school catering for boys and girls from Prep to Year 7. St Augustine’s prides itself on being a Catholic Learning Community built on the traditions of the Sisters of Mercy who commenced the school in 1934. With a school enrolment of 165 students St Augustine’s is inspired by its founders and espouses its motto of Together in Faith – Learning for Life.
In creating a learning environment open to all students who seek to share in our values, we are witnessing to a faith, alive and purposeful, in a changing and challenging world.
Inspired by St Augustine we are called to reach out to others by creating a learning environment open to all.
Our school aims to foster an enjoyment and passion for learning and we are dedicated to educating the children in our care, for the future, through a holistic approach based on love and respect.
We are committed to celebrating our Catholic faith and Christian values through involvement in school, parish and the wider community.
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.
Our mission at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is to strive to live Gospel truths and values. We seek to provide a holistic education. We endeavour to inspire and empower all members of the college community to reach their full potential.
A Catholic secondary school; Years 7 - 12.
Catholic Regional College North Keilor is a Catholic Co-educational Year 7-10 College established in 1982. It operates as part of a complex of Colleges with other Year 7- 10 Colleges located at St. Albans and Melton and the VCE campus located at Sydenham.
North Keilor is a Regional College existing under the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Melbourne and serves students living in the Parishes of Airport West, Keilor Downs, East Keilor and Sydenham.
The complex of Colleges has a single Board of Governance known as Catholic Regional College Council. The membership of the Council comprises Parish Priests, parish based parent representatives, the Principals of the four Colleges and other persons co-opted for their expertise. The Council has two subcommittees – the Board of Studies that deals with educational matters and the Finance Committee.
Strong support exists for the College from parishes in both a pastoral and financial sense. Pastoral support is seen in visits to the College by our priests, participation by the priests in in service programs, camps, regular Masses within the College, special liturgies and Reconciliation.