Experience the amazing outdoor lifestyle enjoyed by students living in Western Australia’s coastal regions. Esperance Anglican Community School is located on the doorstep of one of the world’s most beautiful playgrounds, a School where you can try water sports such as surfing, windsurfing and sailing. You will not only enjoy the hikes and field trips to renowned tourist attractions such as Twilight Beach and Lucky Bay, but also study in a 21st Century digital learning hub where technology is integrated into teaching and learning programs. Esperance Anglican Community School has a 1:1 iPad Program for all students which link Apple TVs in all learning areas and facilitates whole-class usage of multi-media. You will also stay in state-of-the-art boarding facilities with various amenities including your own en-suite bathrooms. Esperance Anglican Community School is your home in the heart of Esperance.
Situated in the Perth foothills, John Wollaston Anglican Community School is a beautifully picturesque campus, located in an idyllic semi-rural area with spacious, attractive grounds with excellent facilities. You can sample the School’s differentiated academic and specialist programs including Gifted Learning and vocational education classes, and study in world-class learning areas including an Indoor Sports Centre, Performing Arts Centre and a state-of-the-art Technology Centre boosting a Commercial Kitchen and Learning Enrichment Centre. There are a number of walking and cycle paths in the area for you to explore and you may even try activities such as horse-riding. The School is ideally located at the doorstep of Champion Lakes Regatta Centre, a well-known aquatic sports facility offering rowing, canoeing and dragon-boating and a white-sand beach for public swimming.
Established in 1986, St Mark’s Anglican Community School was the first of the Anglican Schools Commission schools. Located in the beachside suburb of Hillarys, the School offers spacious facilities for academic learning, sports and outdoor education as well as co-curricular activities. You can explore the adventure and challenge facilities in the Len King Sports Pavilion — such as the abseiling tower, high ropes course and climbing wall — or the well-equipped Barbara Godwin Performing Arts Complex which showcases the best of the students’ talents in drama, dance and music. One of St Mark’s Anglican Community School’s key strategic priorities is to foster “Asia literacy” by encouraging students to take a broader global perspective and actively engage with Asian culture, arts and language. Many of your newfound friends will have visited schools abroad and look forward to learning adventures with you.
Located in the attractive and thriving residential suburb of Aveley, Swan Valley Anglican Community School is situated on a large estate with four sub-schools from Kindergarten to Year 12. You can experience a variety of engaging and educational Programs and extra-curricular activities. The School offers a range of differentiated academic and specialised programs. You will be delighted with our new Technology and Enterprise Centre featuring a commercial kitchen where you can sample the magnificent cuisine co-created by a professional chef and our students. Music lovers can take part in our dynamic Music Program with Contemporary Rock and Pop ensembles, Concert Band, Jazz Bands, Choirs, Guitar ensembles and Percussion ensembles. Other exciting co-curricular activities include Horse-riding, Astronomy, and Aeronautics, which involves play with different modes of aviation such as rockets, drones and flight simulators.
St George’s Anglican Grammar School is located in the heart of the Perth CBD, a unique location that provides a learning environment for you to engage in authentic and future-focused education. You will learn in a dynamic and relevant context, using the best of the city’s resources as an extension of the classroom. From language classes in the City of Perth library to performing arts lessons in the State Theatre of Western Australia and work experience and service learning opportunities with businesses in the CBD, these cultural, educational and professional learning activities are memorable and rooted in experiential learning. For sports and other extra-curricular pursuits, you may take part in events such as rowing lessons in the scenic Swan River, rock climbing sessions in Northbridge and visual arts and photography.
Established in 2003 this school has grown into a very well respected educational institution. We are an Anglican co-educational day school for students from Little Georgies (3 year olds) to Year 12. As part of the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.), GMAS offers a holistic, character based education centred upon the strong relationship between staff, students and parents. The partnership of professional educators and committed families enables each learner to discover individual talents and to grow as a person with enhanced 21st century skills.
Located on two campuses within the City of Kwinana, the School caters for Kindergarten to Year 12, with its Early Learning campus (Kindergarten to Year 1) located in Calista, and its Junior and Senior Schools (Years 2 to 12) just moments away in Wellard. It is low fee and coeducational, serving the needs of all students.
As well as its own sporting and recreational facilities on both campuses, the School has exclusive use of a full sports oval via a financial arrangement with the City of Kwinana.
With the freeway and train line just minutes away, the School is highly accessible to local and regional amenities. This part of Perth’s south-west corridor has always been a great place to live, with vibrant communities, a beautiful coastline and economic prosperity provided by Kwinana industry, Rockingham and Perth, home for families from all walks of life.
John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School is a dual campus, co-educational Anglican community school comprising a campus at Beechboro and a campus at Mirrabooka.
The Beechboro campus has two classes of each year level from Kindergarten to Year 6. Students from the Beechboro campus complete their middle and secondary education at the Mirrabooka campus.
The Mirrabooka campus caters for students from Kindergarten through to Year 12. There are two classes of each year level from Kindergarten to Year 6. Classes in Years 7 to12 consist of primary students from the Mirrabooka and Beechboro campuses, as well as an intake from outside the school.
Situated on 10 hectares of land on the corner of Marmion Avenue and Graceful Boulevard in the new northern beaches suburb of Alkimos, 40 kilometres from the Perth CBD. Alkimos is named after the shipwreck of the Greek freighter Alkimos, which ran aground in 1963 on the coast west of the current location of the School of St James'. The wreck lies a few hundred metres off shore and has slowly been rusting away to the point where only a small section of the hull remains.
St James’ Anglican School is a co-educational, independent day school. Currently the School caters for Kindergarten to Year 9 with Year 10 classes being introduced in 2019. By 2021 the School will offer all year levels from Kindergarten to Year 12. At full enrolment, the School will cater for approximately 1100 students.
St James’ will aim to provide excellent opportunities in sport, music, drama, arts, languages and cultural pursuits within and beyond the School curriculum.
Peter Moyes Anglican Community School is a proud member of the Anglican Schools Commission network of schools. The School opened in 2000 and in its relatively brief history, has grown quickly and developed a distinct identity. The School is set in the coastal area of northern Perth with wonderful panoramic views of the nearby Indian Ocean. Our students enjoy an excellent campus with high quality facilities, supported by a hardworking and dedicated team of staff assisting them to reach their full potential.
Across each of our Sub-Schools - Primary (Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6), Middle (Years 7-9), Senior (Years 10-12) - students and staff work within a distinct pastoral care structure that aims to best meet the needs of their respective students.