The journey begins with play, discovery and friendship.

Play is the foundation of learning in early childhood. Our co-educational Kindergarten programme is all about engagement, creativity and delight.

Junior School (Boys)

This supportive environment harnesses the natural enthusiasm and energy of young boys to build a love of learning.

As well as creating opportunities for higher levels of academic achievement, we believe that a single gender setting can also encourage boys to develop better socially at this age. We offer the younger boys nurturing and guidance, and the opportunity for responsibility and independence.

Junior School (Girls)

Strong female role models and an all-girls setting helps every student reach her full potential.

We encourage our girls to be confident, active learners who thrive on challenges and the exhilaration of discovering their talents. The belief that a single gender setting encourages young girls to develop better socially has inspired our engaging programmes and dedicated staff in every way. We want our girls to feel connected and to develop a sense of responsibility to their school and the wider community.

Middle School (Boys)

We balance learning and thinking with compassion and mutual respect for boys in Years 7 to 10.

Gottliebsen House is a caring community, where boys feel safe and valued. This section has been designed to reflect the way boys of this age learn, interact and play.

Middle School (Girls)

We offer a supportive environment for girls in Years 7 to 10, where nurturing relationships underpin concentrated learning.

McNab House provides a space in which girls have the confidence to be adventurous, to reach academic goals and to develop a strong sense of self. We know that girls can be more courageous when they learn in a single gender environment.

Senior School

VCE is taught in a coeducational environment, with a focus on academic achievement to foster the best possible future for each student, within a healthy environment of support and wellbeing.

Within the Larkin Centre, a dedicated section at the Keilor East campus, senior boys and girls work together in state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, performance spaces and art studios. A new library and informal meeting spaces encourage collaborative learning and peer support.