One of the greatest strengths of our school is our cultural diversity. Not only do many of our current local families come from countries around the world.
We firmly believe that the success of a community depends upon our ability to appreciate and harness the strengths that each individual brings.
Overseas students are integrated straight into our mainstream classes. We find that integration into the regular school and communicating with peers, quickly fosters an understanding of the Australian education system and a sense of community connectedness. We expect our students to work hard and achieve to the best of their ability.
The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) legislative framework (link below) is designed to ensure that Australia’s reputation for delivering quality education services is maintained and that the interests of overseas students are protected.
It sets minimum standards and provides tuition and financial assurance. Together with Australian immigration law, the ESOS framework also imposes visa related reporting requirements on both students and educational institutions.
Our school does not engage the services of education agents to promote the school overseas or in Australia.
We welcome enquiries from parents directly and people who inquire on their behalf. We do not pay commissions to third parties because of enrolment recommendations.