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ASC INTERNATIONAL

Australian Schools ST GEORGE’S ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL

PETER MOYES ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

JOHN SEPTIMUS ROE ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ST MARK’S ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ST JAMES’ ANGLICAN SCHOOL

PETER CARNLEY ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

JOHN WOLLASTON ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

A S C

INTERNATIONAL

SWAN VALLEY ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

FREDERICK IRWIN ANGLICAN SCHOOL

Part of The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.)

ESPERANCE ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

GEORGIANA MOLLOY ANGLICAN SCHOOL

COBRAM ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL

CATHEDRAL COLLEGE WANGARATTA

TRINITY ANGLICAN COLLEGE


About ANGLICAN SCHOOLS COMMISSION

Our schools are more than just centres for learning. ASC schools are Communities of Excellence. Founded in 1985, the ASC is one of the larger non-government schooling systems in Australia. With a staff of over 1,500, we educate 14,500 students in our 14 schools across three states of Australia. ASC schools are distinctly Christian communities that demonstrate care for each other and treat all people with dignity and respect. “The Anglican Schools Commission recognises the benefits that international students bring to our schools. Besides adding to cultural diversity and language skill development in our schools, they broaden our global perspective to learning. Our students’ journey is enriched as young women and men from various countries study side-by-side in the classroom, compete on the sporting field and perform on the stage or in the orchestra pit. ASC International’s programs value each student as an individual with unique needs, gifts and aspirations. Our academic programs along with co-curricular activities and Student Welfare Services combine to offer a holistic educational experience, which cares for all aspects of a student’s well-being. We aim to ensure a smooth transition into life in Australia for every student, with each milestone achieved marking a student’s growth and maturity along his or her pathway to realising their goals. We are delighted with the success and expansion of our international programs and look forward to welcoming more overseas students to ASC Schools.”

The Reverend Peter Laurence OAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER THE ANGLICAN SCHOOLS COMMISSION (INC.)

Why ASC International? ƒƒ Multiple private co-educational school options ƒƒ Over 30 years' expertise in education ƒƒ English language courses for high school preparation ƒƒ Unique and innovative student support programs ƒƒ Quality pastoral care and welfare support ƒƒ University foundation program for streamlined entry into a WA University

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About ASC INTERNATIONAL

ASC International is a part of the Anglican Schools Commission dedicated to servicing international students wishing to study in our schools. With a specialised English Language School (ASC Language School) and multiple school locations to service international students, ASC International is one of the private schooling systems in Australia to operate with: • one application form • one set of entry criteria • one tuition fee structure as a gateway to multiple school destinations. Students are able to choose from a variety of different study destinations. Our pathway options are designed to provide students with various backgrounds and abilities, the opportunity to achieve their study goals in Australia. ASC International aims to be with each student every step of the way during their academic journey and Australian experience. ST GEORGE’S ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL

PETER MOYES ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

JOHN SEPTIMUS ROE ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ST MARK’S ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

ST JAMES’ ANGLICAN SCHOOL

PETER CARNLEY ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

JOHN WOLLASTON ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

A S C

INTERNATIONAL

FREDERICK IRWIN ANGLICAN SCHOOL

SWAN VALLEY ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Part of The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.)

ESPERANCE ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

GEORGIANA MOLLOY ANGLICAN SCHOOL

COBRAM ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL

CATHEDRAL COLLEGE WANGARATTA

TRINITY ANGLICAN COLLEGE

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ASC INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS PROGRAMS

2

3

BUSSELTON

MANDURAH

9

PERTH

7

4

ALBANY

Georgiana Molloy Anglican School (Busselton)

Frederick Irwin Anglican School (Mandurah)

PERTH

1

MARGARET RIVER

3

8

GEELONG

BALLARAT

ESPERANCE

Esperance Anglican Community School (Esperance)

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6

MELBOURNE

Melbourne Airport

COBRAM

1

RURAL CITY OF WANGARATTA

2

Albury Airport

9 Peter Carnley Anglican Community School WELLARD

8 John Wollaston Anglican Community School CAMILLO

7 St George’s Anglican Grammar School PERTH

6 Swan Valley Anglican Community School AVELEY

5 John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School BEECHBORO

4 John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School MIRRABOOKA

3 St Mark’s Anglican Community School HILLARYS

2 Peter Moyes Anglican Community School MINDARIE

1 St James’ Anglican School ALKIMOS

2 Cathedral College Wangaratta WANGARATTA

1 Cobram Anglican Grammar School COBRAM

MELBOURNE

Melbourne Airport

SYDNEY Sydney Airport

WODONGA

ALBURY

Albury Airport

THURGOONA

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1 Trinity Anglican College THURGOONA

We have schools in Perth, Mandurah, Busselton and Esperance in Western Australia; in Albury in New South Wales; and in Wangaratta, Wodonga and Cobram in Victoria.

OF SCHOOLS

Location


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$17,666 / year

$18,445 / year

$19,367 / year

Term 1 (Jan) Term 2 (Apr) Term 3 (Jul) Term 4 (Oct)

Tuition Fees 2019

Tuition Fees 2020

Tuition Fees 2021

Intakes

Turns 13 in Year 6

Free online application at: http://www.ascinternational.wa.edu.au/apply-now-.html We welcome all applications – there is no application fee Please enquire for a free ASC Language School English test, if needed. Provisional or forecast results can be provided as part of the application. The above criteria is subject to change at the discretion of ASC International and the School. All applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Maximum Age

Case-by-case basis

Care of parent / guardian only

Accommodation & Welfare

Minimum English Proficiency

Yes

John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School John Wollaston Anglican Community School Peter Moyes Anglican Community School St James’ Anglican School Swan Valley Anglican Community School

PRIMARY

Co-educational

Campuses

COURSE

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IELTS Academic 3.0 or equivalent

Term 1 (Jan) Term 2 (Apr) Term 3 (Jul) Term 4 (Oct)

(approx. 10 weeks)

$5,456 / Term

$5,298 / Term (approx. 10 weeks)

$5,148 / Term (approx. 10 weeks)

Homestay

Yes

St George’s Anglican Grammar School

ACADEMIC ENGLISH (PREPARATION FOR SECONDARY STUDIES)

Turns 14 in Year 7 or Turns 17 in Year 10

IELTS Academic 5.0 or equivalent AEAS 80% (Year 10)

IELTS Academic 4.5 or equivalent AEAS 71% (Years 7-9)

Term 1 (Jan) Term 2 (Apr) Term 3 (Jul)

$26,891 / year

$25,857 / year

$24,642 / year

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Above AEAS 80%

AEAS 80%

Turns 18 for Year 11

IELTS Academic 5.5 or equivalent

Term 1 (Jan)

$27,692 / year

$26,627 / year

$25,359 / year

Boarding at St George’s College in UWA for St George’s Anglican Community School (from age 18)

Homestay

Yes

St George’s Anglican Grammar School

WA UNIVERSITIES’ FOUNDATION PROGRAM

IELTS Academic 5.0 or equivalent

Except when block credit is awarded for studies overseas

Term 1 (Jan)

$27,692 / year

$26,627 / year

$25,359 / year

Boarding at St George’s College in UWA for St George’s Anglican Community School (from age 18)

Homestay Boarding at Esperance Anglican Community School

Homestay

Yes

All ASC Schools

SENIOR SECONDARY YEARS 11-12

Boarding at Esperance Anglican Community School

Yes

All ASC Schools

SECONDARY YEARS 7-10

Key Information INTERNATIONAL

A S C

Part of The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.)


Overview OF SCHOOLS

SCHOOL

A S C

INTERNATIONAL

NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

SCHOOL PROFILE

50

50

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Secondary

170

< 10

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www.frederickirwin.wa.edu.au

Secondary

1500

< 10

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www.gmas.wa.edu.au

Secondary

1200

< 10

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www.jsracs.wa.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

1800

<10

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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PROGRAM`S POPULATION REGISTERED

STATE

ADDRESS

WEBSITE

ASC Language School

WA

50 William Street, Perth, WA 6000

www.ascinternational.wa.edu.au

Academic English

Esperance Anglican Community School

WA

5 Griffin Street, West Beach, WA 6450

www.eacs.wa.edu.au

Frederick Irwin Anglican School

WA

36-66 Gordon Road, Meadow Springs, Mandurah, WA 6210

Georgiana Molloy Anglican School

WA

2 Hawker Approach, Yalyalup, WA 6280

Part of The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.)

2 Boyare Avenue, Mirrabooka, WA 6061

John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School

WA

John Wollaston Anglican Community School

WA

Corner of Centre Road and Lake Road, Camillo, WA 6111

www.jwacs.wa.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

940

< 10

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Peter Carnley Anglican Community School

WA

386 Wellard Road, Wellard, WA 6170

www.pcacs.wa.edu.au

Secondary

1000

< 10

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Peter Moyes Anglican Community School

WA

Elliston Parade, Mindarie, WA 6030

www.pmacs.wa.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

1400

< 10

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St George’s Anglican Grammar School

WA

50 William Street, Perth, WA 6000

www.stgeorges.wa.edu.au

Secondary

350

< 70

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St James’ Anglican School

WA

2 Graceful Boulevard, Alkimos, WA 6038

www.stjames.wa.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

600

< 10

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St Mark’s Anglican Community School

WA

St Mark’s Drive, Hillarys, WA 6025

www.stmarks.wa.edu.au

Secondary

1750

< 20

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Swan Valley Anglican Community School

WA

Swanleigh Parade, Aveley, WA 6069

www.svacs.wa.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

1100

< 10

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Cathedral College Wangaratta

VIC

344 WangarattaWhitfield Road, Wangaratta, VIC 3677

www.cathedralcollege.vic.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

1000

< 10

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Cobram Anglican Grammar School

VIC

40-48 Campbell Road, Cobram, VIC 3644

www.cags.vic.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

400

< 10

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Trinity Anglican College

NSW

421 Elizabeth Mitchell Drive, Thurgoona, NSW 2640

www.trinityac.nsw.edu.au

Primary & Secondary

1100

< 10

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Blackboy Avenue, Beechboro, WA 6063

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ABOUT

Western Australia Perth is the capital city of Western Australia and the fastest growing city in Australia, offering many diverse opportunities for study and employment. Perth is most popular for its safe environment, quality education, cosmopolitan lifestyle, pleasant climate and beautiful oceans. Living in Perth is enjoyable, with excellent housing options, transport system and infrastructure. The dynamic CBD which offers an incredible array of food, shopping and cultural experiences is just 20 minutes away from breathtaking ocean views and a relaxed beach lifestyle. Western Australia boasts several smaller coastal cities such as Mandurah, Busselton and Esperance, each with breathtaking scenic attractions and attractive study options such as TAFE and university campuses. A short flight, drive or train ride from Perth city, these coastal areas also offer excellent facilities, infrastructure and quality education with lower living costs.

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WHY STUDY IN

Western Australia? ONE. Perth is rated one of the World’s Top 15 Most Liveable Cities. (The Economist Intelligence Unit 2018)

TWO.

See the infinite opportunities for study in Perth in this video.

Perth has two universities with 5 star ratings in the QS rankings.

THREE. There are altogether more than 12 subjects from Perth universities ranked in the top 50 worldwide.

(QS Stars rating system 2017−2018)

(QS Stars rating system 2017−2018)

FOUR. Perth is one of the Top 40 Best Student Cities in the world. (QS Best Student Cities 2018)

FIVE.

SIX.

Perth is named the most affordable capital city in Australia for housing.

Perth is named in the Forbes Travel Guide’s Top 14 Destinations of 2019.

((Housing Industry Association Affordability Index, September 2018)

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SCHOOLS IN

Western Australia 1

1 St James’ Anglican School ALKIMOS 2 Peter Moyes Anglican Community School MINDARIE

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3 St Mark’s Anglican Community School HILLARYS

JOONDALUP

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3 4

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4 John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School MIRRABOOKA

5

11

5 John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School BEECHBORO 6 Swan Valley Anglican Community School AVELEY

MT LAWLEY

PERTH

14

7 St George’s Anglican Grammar School PERTH

10 13

8 John Wollaston Anglican Community School CAMILLO

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9 Peter Carnley Anglican Community School WELLARD

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List of Universities in Western Australia

PERTH

MANDURAH BUSSELTON MARGARET RIVER

Frederick Irwin Anglican School (Mandurah) Georgiana Molloy Anglican School (Busselton)

Esperance Anglican Community School (Esperance)

ESPERANCE

ALBANY

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10. Curtin University (Bentley) 11. Edith Cowan University (Joondalup & Mt Lawley) 12. Murdoch University (Murdoch) 13. University of Notre Dame (Fremantle) 14. University of Western Australia (Crawley)

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ASC

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2

LANGUAGE SCHOOL

Key Information Type of School

Address

3 50 William Street, Perth, WA 6000 (located within St George’s Anglican Grammar School)

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Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Preparation for Secondary Studies (PSS), Academic English

ASC Language School PERTH

Founded In 1985

Student Population 50

Number of International Students 50

Website

www.ascinternational.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station

Perth Underground Train Station (2-minute walk) Wellington Street Perth Train Station (5-minute walk) Elizabeth Quay Train Station (4-minute walk) Elizabeth Quay Bus Station (6-minute walk)

Nearest university/college

University of Western Australia (8-minute drive) Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley Campus (12-minute drive) Curtin University (15-minute drive) Murdoch University (18-minute drive) University of Notre Dame (28-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

Located in Perth CBD

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Facilities Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Art Gallery of Western Australia Beatty Park Leisure Centre City of Perth Library 9 Elizabeth Quay His Majesty’s Theatre King’s Park Langley Park Loftus Recreation Centre Lords Recreation Centre Matilda Bay McGillivray Reserve Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre Perth Town Hall Scitech Perth (Science Interactive Museum and Planetarium) St George’s Cathedral State Library of Western Australia State Theatre Centre of Western Australia (Heath Ledger Theatre) Supreme Court Gardens Swan River The WA Rowing Club University of Western Australia UCIC (Uniting Church in the City) Hall Western Australian Museum

Fitness Centre Music Studios Performing Arts Studio Visual Arts Studio Science Laboratories Multi-purpose outdoor rooftop area Multi-purpose collaboration and workshop spaces Large classrooms with interactive whiteboards and collaborative furniture Large cafeteria


Why choose ASC Language School? ƒƒ Small class sizes ƒƒ Unique high school preparation program set in an Australian secondary school, allowing for daily integration with local students ƒƒ Well-balanced curriculum with secondary subjects such as Art, Music, Drama and Sport, as well as co-curricular and extracurricular activities ƒƒ Excellent location in the heart of Perth CBD

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Badminton Basketball Cricket Cross-Country High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Indoor Beach Volleyball Netball Mixed Touch Rugby Rowing Soccer Swimming Ultimate Frisbee

Clubs, Societies & other Activities Art Club Chapel Band and Singers Coding and Robotics Drama Production Dungeons & Dragons (board game) ElectroCity Ensemble Events Crew Jazz Ensemble Meditation Percussion Ensemble 1 & 2 Walk and Talk Woodwind Ensemble WALD Debating

Rock Band Song Writing and Production Swing Band Vocal Ensemble

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Fringe Festival

“The ASC Language School provides a unique Academic English and high school preparation program. International students not only gain the English proficiency needed for secondary studies but also enjoy integration with Australian students during pastoral care and co-curricular activities.” - M R S A M A N D A F R I T Z , D I R E C T O R , A S C I N T E R N AT I O N A L

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Curriculum Academic English Secondary Art Secondary Drama Secondary Music Secondary Sport Pastoral Care

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ International Student Teacher Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ ASC Language School Teacher Mentors ƒƒ After School support via weekly language and humanities club meetings

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Awards / Recognition Preparation for Secondary Studies is recognised as the preferred Academic English pathway for secondary programs run at all ASC Schools. Preparation for Secondary Studies is also the preferred Academic English pathway to the Western Australian Universities’ Foundation Program at St George’s Anglican Grammar School. This program is delivered on behalf of University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Murdoch University and Edith Cowan University.


Esperance ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL Address 5 Griffin Street, West Beach, Esperance, WA 6450

PERTH

MANDURAH

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

Esperance Anglican Community School (Esperance)

BUSSELTON

ESPERANCE

MARGARET RIVER ALBANY

Accommodation Boarding

Programs

Secondary Years 7 – 10

Facilities

Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Founded In

Bay Art Gallery of Western Australia Museum Blue Haven and other beaches surfing Cape Arid National Park Cape Le Grand National Park Esperance Boulevard Shopping Centre Esperance Skate Park Hellfire Bay Lucky Bay Pink Lake Pink Lake Tourist Park Stokes National Park Twilight Beach

Boarding House Canteen Chapel Dance and Drama Multi-purpose Spaces Food Specialists Learning Areas Sports fields Library Multi-purpose hard courts Oval with running track and cricket nets Science Laboratories Tennis Courts Visual Arts Studios Woodwork Metalwork Specialist Learning Area

2008

Student Population 170

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.eacs.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station

Transwa Bay Esperance Station (5-minute drive) Esperance Airport (20-minute drive)

Nearest university/college South Regional TAFE Esperance (4-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

1 hour 10-minute flight from Perth to Esperance

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Why choose Esperance Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Strong sense of community and inclusive ƒƒ Extensive range of academic programs and unique study opportunities ƒƒ Personalised and progressive 21st century education plan for each student via The Big Picture Program ƒƒ Contemporary and well-equipped campus for innovative and dynamic education ƒƒ State-of-the-art boarding facility: each bedroom with own ensuite bathrooms

Sports

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities

Athletics Australian Football League Cricket Cross-Country Cycling Golf Hiking Kayaking Life-saving Netball Sailing Sailboarding Snorkeling Soccer

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ International Student Teacher Co-ordinator ƒƒ Big Picture Program ƒƒ School Counsellor and Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ Chaplain ƒƒ After School support via Boarding House teachers and matron

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Softball Surfing Swimming Volleyball Tennis

Clubs, Societies & other Activities

Community Service Program Concert, Senior and Junior Bands Debating Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Drama Homework Club Outdoor Education Program

Outward Bound Course Leadership Camp Public Speaking

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Exchange Programs America, UK and Europe School Tours


“Every young person has a jewel of talent within them and it is our role to ensure that this is discovered and polished to full brightness so that he or she can achieve their full potential. We really are a community where genuine education takes place.” - M R P . K E R R F U LT O N - P E E B L E S, P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 7-9

Year 11 & 12

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities

List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) English ATAR Geography ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR Human Biology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Physical Education ATAR Physics ATAR Psychology ATAR

English GENERAL Visual Arts GENERAL Career and Enterprise GENERAL

Computer Science GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL Outdoor Education GENERAL Physical Education GENERAL

English FOUNDATION

Mathematics FOUNDATION

Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts (Visual Arts, Drama and Music) Health and Physical Education Italian (Languages other than English LOTE) Religion Drama Woodwork Metalwork Digital Technologies Food Technology Music

Year 10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities Additional Subjects / Electives: Drama Food Technology Health Studies Italian (Languages other than English LOTE) Leadership & Personal Development Media Studies Physical Education Textiles Visual Arts Woodwork Metalwork Digital Technologies Food Technology

Certificate Courses

School Based Program (Non-WACE)

Business III Early Childhood Education & Care III Big Picture Advisory Education Support III (Graduation Portfolio) Fitness III Big Picture Education by Design Sport & Recreation III Tourism III Automotive II Building & Construction II Engineering II Information, Digital Media & Technology II

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Frederick Irwin ANGLICAN SCHOOL Address 36-66 Gordon Road, Meadow Springs, Mandurah, WA 6210

PERTH

Frederick Irwin Anglican School (Mandurah) MANDURAH

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

BUSSELTON MARGARET RIVER

ESPERANCE ALBANY

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In 1991

Student Population 1500

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.frederickirwin.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Mandurah Train Station (6-minute drive)

Mandurah Centro Bus Station (8-minute drive)

Nearest university/college Murdoch University, Mandurah Campus (5-minute drive) South Metropolitan TAFE Mandurah (5-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

73 km Direct train to Perth CBD (51-minute train ride)

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Facilities Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Halls Head Beach Mandurah Aquatic and Recreation Centre Mandurah Community Museum Mandurah Performing Arts Centre Meadow Springs Sports Facility Goegrup Nature Reserve Riverside Greens Reserve

Careers Office Chapel Computer Laboratories Design & Technology Rooms Digital Technologies – purposedesigned ICT Rooms Gymnasium Hard Courts Home Economics Rooms IT Helpdesk Library Performing Arts Centre (Oakmont Theatre) Playing Fields Primary Oval and Play Equipment Science Rooms with 3D printers and live Biology area Visual Arts Studios Year 7 Centre


Why choose Frederick Irwin Anglican School? ƒƒ Strong values, broad-based curriculum and holistic approach to education ƒƒ Dedicated staff and progressive learning environment ƒƒ Inclusive school community with excellent pastoral care system, teacher/student relationships and peer support ƒƒ Developing good 21st century citizens through access to Digital Technologies and strong emphasis on Cybersafety as well as responsible and ethical behavior online

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Basketball Cricket Cross-Country Equestrian Golf Netball Outdoor Education Soccer Swimming Volleyball

Clubs, Societies & other Activities Choir Drama Productions Music ( such as Percussion Ensemble, Flute Ensemble, Guitar Ensemble, Strings Orchestra) Performing Arts Camp School Musical

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Japanese Exchange Tour Overseas Service Learning Trip - Cambodia Ski Trip

“Frederick Irwin Anglican School is a vibrant place of learning where our students are valued as individuals. While academic achievement is promoted and valued, outstanding effort is also celebrated. Our students are encouraged to be creative thinkers and inquiring learners, and the curriculum and co-curricular programs are designed to assist them to build resilience, develop confidence in their own abilities and strive to achieve their very best.” - M S K E R RY R O B E R T S O N , P R I N C I PA L

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Curriculum Years 7-9

Year 11 & 12

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences

List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Drama ATAR Economics ATAR English ATAR Geography ATAR History ATAR Health Studies ATAR Japanese: Second Language ATAR Literature ATAR Media Production & Analysis ATAR Music ATAR Politics & Law ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Accounting & Finance ATAR Biological Sciences ATAR Chemistry ATAR Computer Science ATAR Earth and Environmental Science ATAR Engineering Studies ATAR Human Biology ATAR Materials Design & Technology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR Physics ATAR

Business Management & Enterprise GENERAL Drama GENERAL English GENERAL Visual Arts GENERAL

Children, Family & Community GENERAL Food Science & Technology GENERAL Materials Design & Technology GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL Outdoor Education GENERAL

Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts Christian Studies Design & Technology Digital Technologies Drama Health Home Economics Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Outdoor Education Physical Education

Year 10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Child Care and Development Christian Studies Creative Writing Design & Technology Digital Technology Drama Fashion, Craft and Design Food & Nutrition Home Economics Health Education Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Outdoor Education Physical Education STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

Support for International Students ƒƒ Chaplain ƒƒ Digital Technologies Cyber Safety Program ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Student Leadership Program

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Certificate Courses Business II Creative Industries (Live Production focus) II Engineering Pathways II

Music Industry III Screen & Media III Sport & Recreation II


Georgiana Molloy ANGLICAN SCHOOL

Key Information

Address 2 Hawker Approach, Yalyalup, WA 6280

Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation

PERTH

Programs

MANDURAH

Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Georgiana Molloy Anglican School (Busselton)

Homestay

Secondary Years 7 – 10

Founded In

MARGARET RIVER

BUSSELTON

2003

ESPERANCE

ALBANY

Student Population Over 1200

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.gmas.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Busselton Bus Depot (6-minute drive)

Nearest university/college Central Queensland University Busselton Study Hub (7-minute drive)

Busselton Trade Training Centre (9-minute drive) South Regional TAFE Busselton (10-minute drive) Edith Cowan University – South West Campus (30-minute drive)

Facilities Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

ArtGeo Cultural Complex Busselton Archery & Family Fun Park Busselton Cultural Precinct Busselton Foreshore Precinct Busselton Hockey Stadium Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory Busselton Museum Busselton Regional Airport Busselton Youth & Community Centre Forrest Adventure Park Geographe Leisure Centre Ludlow Tuart Forest St Mary’s Anglican Church Wonnerup House Wonky Windmill Farm and Eco Park

Library Science Laboratories Hockey/Soccer Fields Food & Hospitality Kitchen Design & Technology Workshops Information & Communication Technology Laboratories Multi-purpose Activity Centre (full-sized sporting courts) State of the art Early Learning Centre Nature-based early learning playgrounds

Curtin University of Technology – Margaret River Campus (40-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

220 km to Perth CBD (2 hours 30 minutes’ drive)

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Why choose Georgiana Molloy Anglican School? ƒƒ Dedicated, passionate and loyal staff who cater for individual student needs ƒƒ A safe and caring community, offering exceptional opportunities in sports, academics, STEM and the arts. ƒƒ State-of-the-art modern and technology-rich facilities campus set amid 15 hectares of open planned, beautiful landscaped grounds ƒƒ A positive-education focused school offering Holistic and positive education ƒƒ Located in Busselton, a renowned tourist attraction in Western Australia

Sports

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities

Athletics Basketball Cricket Cross-Country Equestrian Fitness Club Hockey Mountain Biking Netball Soccer Surfing Swimming for Fitness T20 Blast Cricket Tennis

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ Chaplain ƒƒ School Psychologist ƒƒ Youth Focus Counselling

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Clubs, Societies & other Activities Art Extension Band (Jazz, Rock) Coding Club Choir Dungeons & Dragons Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Equestrian Gardening Club Homework Club Law Society Mock Trial Competition Media Club Mountain Biking Club Musical School Production Performing Arts Club

Orchestra Secondary Coding Club Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Sustainability Tournament of Minds

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Japanese Exchange Ski Trip Cambodia Service Trip

Certificate and Other Courses Business II / III Community Services II Early Childhood Education & Care II Education Support II Events / Tourism III Information Digital Media & Technology I / II / III

Skills for Work & Vocational Pathways II Sport & Recreation II / III GMAS Coffee and Barista Training Senior First Aid


“Georgiana Molloy Anglican School is a school that strives to promote excellence in all things, challenging the students to go beyond mediocrity and achieve their full potential. Our focus on Positive Education helps each individual explore what they do well and the strategies that work best for them. Cultivating a positive view of themselves, students discover their individual talents which help them succeed in a rapidly changing world.” - M R T E D KO S I C K I , P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Pre-primary – Year 6 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, Health, Christian Religious Studies, Specialist Subjects: Physical Education Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Digital Technologies Music (Performing Arts) Art (Visual Arts)

Gifted and Talented Programme Years 5-9 Prometheus

Years 7-9 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Health and Physical Education Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Technology (Digital Technology, Food Technology, Materials Technology, Engineering*, Textiles, Fashion and Costume Design*) The Arts (Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Drama*, Media Studies, Media Production*) Christian Religious Studies Outdoor Education*

Year 10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities Additional Subjects / Electives: Advanced Physical Education Advanced Science Business Studies Drama Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE)

Media Studies Music Outdoor Education Psychology Technology (Engineering, Food Technology, Materials Technology, Product Design, Textiles & Design) Visual Arts Christian Religious Studies

Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Economics ATAR English ATAR Drama ATAR Geography ATAR History ATAR Japanese: Second Language ATAR Literature ATAR Music ATAR Media Production & Analysis ATAR Politics & Law ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Accounting & Finance ATAR Biological Sciences ATAR Chemistry ATAR Human Biology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR Physics ATAR Psychology ATAR

English GENERAL Children Family and Community GENERAL Media Production & Analysis GENERAL Music GENERAL Religion & Life GENERAL

Building & Construction GENERAL Food Science & Technology GENERAL Integrated Science GENERAL Materials Design & Technology GENERAL Physical Education Studies GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL

*For Year 9 students

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John Septimus Roe ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Key Information Type of School

Address 2 Boyare Avenue, Mirrabooka WA 6061 Blackboy Way, Beechboro, WA 6063

Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6

John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School

Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In

PERTH

1989

Student Population 1800

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.jsracs.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Mirrabooka Bus Station (5-minute drive)

Nearest university/college

Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley Campus (12-minute drive) Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus (20-minute drive) University of Western Australia (30-minute drive) Curtin University (30-minute drive) North Metropolitan TAFE (20-minute drive)

Distance to Perth 12 km to Perth CBD (20-minute drive)

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Facilities Nearby facilities Karrinyup Shopping Centre Mirrabooka Shopping Centre Mt Yokine Reserve Stirling Leisure Centres Stirling Library

School Facilities & Environment Catherine O’Neill ICT Centre Commercial Grade Kitchen Design & Technology Centre Gymnasium Large Ovals Middle School Learning Community Building Multi-purpose collaboration and workshop spaces Senior Learning Centre Science Laboratories Performing Arts Theatre Technology Centre Tennis & Basketball Courts


Why choose John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Largest Anglican School in Western Australia with two beautifully landscaped, spacious and well-appointed campuses ƒƒ Strong sense of community and inclusive environment to help each child achieve personal excellence ƒƒ Highly professional, innovative and caring staff ƒƒ Extensive range of academic programs and study options ƒƒ Wide variety of VET programs and Certificate courses ƒƒ Specialised Trade and Hospitality Pathways ƒƒ Specialist Basketball program

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Australian Football League (boys and girls teams) Badminton Basketball Cricket Cross-Country Netball Volleyball Soccer Swimming

Touch Rugby Ultimate Frisbee Zumba

Clubs, Societies & other Activities 300 Club Cadets (Bush Ranger Cadets, Emergency Service Cadets) Chess Dance Drama Foreign & Community Languages

Lego Robotics Music Musical Productions Science Club

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange Ski Trip

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Integrated assessment and support system for literacy, numeracy and other capabilities ƒƒ Chaplain

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“John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School has developed an enviable reputation for strong academic achievement, a nurturing pastoral care system, a long-established Anglican tradition and a wide diversity of co-curricular activities. We strive to provide the best all-round education for our students by fully supporting them in their intellectual, emotional, psychological, physical, social and spiritual development.” - M R J A S O N B A R T E L L , P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum

Years 1-6

Year 10

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences

Additional Subjects / Electives with specialist teachers: Art Computing Dance Drama Health and Physical Education Library Research Mandarin, Indonesian & Italian (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Pastoral Care Religious Studies

Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts (such as Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Art, Visual Design) Computing (such as Applied Information Technology, Computer Science) Food and Consumer Studies (such as Children and Family Studies, Food, People and Technology)

Years 7-9 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Computing Dance Design & Technology Food & Consumer Studies Health and Physical Education Mandarin or Indonesian (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Media Studies Music Pastoral Care Religious Studies Theatre Arts Visual Arts

Certificate and Other Courses Business II/III Information, Digital Media & Technology II/III Sport & Recreation II/III Hospitality Traineeship II/III CareerLink with Certificate II and Workplace Learning Endorsed Program

Specialised General Pathways Hospitality Pathway Trade Preparation Pathway

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Foreign and Community Languages (Chinese: Second Language, Indonesian: Second Language) Materials, Design and Technology (such as Metalwork and Woodwork) Media Studies Pastoral Care Religious Studies Physical Education (such as Outdoor Education, Physical Education) Science

Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Chinese: Second Language ATAR Dance ATAR Drama ATAR Economics ATAR English ATAR Geography ATAR History Modern ATAR Indonesian: Second Language ATAR Italian: Second Language ATAR Literature ATAR Media Production & Analysis ATAR Music ATAR Religion and Life ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Accounting & Finance ATAR Applied Information Technology ATAR Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR Computer Science ATAR Engineering Studies ATAR Human Biology ATAR Materials Design & Technology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR Physics ATAR

Business Management & Enterprise GENERAL Children, Family & the Community GENERAL Dance GENERAL Drama GENERAL English GENERAL English FOUNDATION Media GENERAL Music GENERAL Visual Arts GENERAL

Applied Information Technology GENERAL Computer Science GENERAL Food Science & Technology GENERAL Integrated Science GENERAL Materials, Design & Technology GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL Mathematics Foundation GENERAL Outdoor Education GENERAL Physical Education Studies GENERAL


John Wollaston ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL Address Corner of Lake and Centre Roads, Camillo, WA 6111

PERTH

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

John Wollaston Anglican Community School

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6 Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In

1989 (Celebrating 30 Years)

Student Population 940

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.jwacs.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Kelmscott Train Station (3-minute drive)

Nearest university/college Curtin University (25-minute drive)

Murdoch University (25-minute drive) South Metropolitan TAFE Armadale (10-minute drive)

Facilities Nearby facilities Armadale Aquatic Centre Champion Lakes Regatta Centre Armadale Shopping City

School Facilities & Environment Chapel Telethon Speech and Hearing Outpost Early Learning Centre Commercial Grade Kitchens Design and Technology Centre Gymnasium Learning Enrichment Centre Library Resource Centre Performing Arts Theatre Large Ovals and spacious grounds Science Laboratories Tennis and Basketball Courts Year 7 Transition Centre Visual Art Studios

Distance to Perth 28 km to Perth CBD (35-minute drive)

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Why choose John Wollaston Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Fostering quality teaching and learning ƒƒ Established, expansive and well-appointed campus in a semi-rural setting ƒƒ Strong sense of community and inclusive environment ƒƒ Learning opportunities that extend beyond just the classroom ƒƒ Wide range of academic options, Vocational programs, Certificate courses

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports Athletics Basketball Cross-Country Equestrian Team Netball Outdoor Education Rowing Soccer Swimming Volleyball

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Bright Futures model of Positive Psychology ƒƒ Chaplain

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Clubs, Societies & other Activities Academic Extension/Pegasus Club Art Club Beauty Club Bugs and Crawly Things Club Coding Club Creative Writers’ Club Encounter Camps/Excursion/ Incursion Program for each Year Group Gavel Club John Wollaston Equestrian Team Kitchen Garden Club Library Study Club

Metalwork and Woodwork Club Photography and e-book Club Rowing Club School Band Club STEM Club

Extra-curricular

Instrumental and Vocal Tuition Bi-annual Japanese Trip Bi-annual NASA Trip UK and European Trip Camps and Excursions Cultural Exchange Program Annual Year 12 Ski Trip

Awards / Recognition Count Me In Award for Inclusive Education Australian Council for Education Leaders – Certificate of Excellence awarded to Ms Anne Ford for Educational Leadership 2014


“A wonderful, welcoming school where every student is accepted.’ These words from one of our parents encapsulate for me the essence of John Wollaston Anglican Community School. We are a school with a heart and a soul. As a World School of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, our appeal and success lie in our strong sense of community, the standards and values we celebrate and our innovative and progressive approach to learning. We have achieved excellent graduation rates and strong ATAR and VET results in recent years.” - M S A N N E F O R D, P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Pre-Primary to Year 6 – International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP) Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Digital Technology skills Music Japanese Physical Education Pastoral Care Religious Education

Years 7-10

Core Subjects: English Mathematics Science Humanities Health Education Japanese (Years 7 and 8) Physical Education Religious and Values Education Digital Technologies Value Added Program (Year 10) Specialised Subjects Year 9 Computer Studies Creative Computing Drama Food Specialisation Japanese Materials and Design Music Outdoor Recreation Textiles and Fashion Design Visual Art

Specialised Subjects Year 10 3D Design Café Culture Childcare Computing Drama Food Specialisation Hospitality Certificate I Japanese: Second Language Materials and Design Music Outdoor Recreation Photography Physical Education

Psychology Sport Science Textiles and Fashion Design Visual Art

Certificate and Other Courses Business II/III Hospitality II Outdoor Recreation II Visual Arts II/III Workplace Learning Program

Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Drama ATAR Economics ATAR English ATAR Geography ATAR History Modern ATAR Japanese: Second Language ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

Children, Family & the Community GENERAL English Foundation GENERAL English GENERAL Drama GENERAL Music GENERAL

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List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR Human Biology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR Physics ATAR Psychology ATAR Computer Science GENERAL Food Science & Technology GENERAL Integrated Science GENERAL Materials Design & Technology GENERAL (Woods, Metals and Textiles) Mathematics Essential GENERAL

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Peter Carnley ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL Address 386 Wellard Road, Wellard, WA 6170

PERTH

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation

Peter Carnley Anglican Community School

Homestay

Programs

Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In 2007

Student Population 1000

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.pcacs.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station

Transdev Rockingham Bus Depot (11-minute drive) Rockingham Train Station (11-minute drive)

Nearest university/college South Metropolitan TAFE Kwinana (5-minute drive) Murdoch University (30-minute drive)

Distance to Perth 41 km to Perth CBD (50-minute drive)

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Facilities Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Kwinana Beach Mike Barnett Sports Complex Lark Hill Sports Complex Rockingham Aquatic Centre Rockingham Aqua Jetty Rockingham Centre Rockingham PCYC Youth Recreation Space

Spacious landscaped grounds Ovals Air-conditioned classrooms interlinked with modern “Activity” Rooms Optical Fibre Network & wireless connectivity throughout the campus Computer Laboratories and four Computer “Pods” Art and Craft Studios Art Courtyard Specialist Music Rooms Music Tuition Rooms Theatre Room Italian Tutorial Rooms Combined Basketball / Netball Court Gymnasium Canteen Uniform Shop State-of-the-art Children’s Play Equipment Multi-purpose Hall Library Wood/Metal/Food Technology Rooms Science Laboratories Languages Room Early Learning Campus


Why choose Peter Carnley Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Modern, vibrant and attractive facilities spread over 2 campuses ƒƒ Strong sense of community and an inclusive, nurturing environment ƒƒ Wide range of academic options, VET programs, Certificate courses ƒƒ Located in Wellard, south-west of Perth, near coastline, freeway and train

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Australian Football League American Football Badminton Basketball Baseball Cross-Country European Handball Floorball Netball Outdoor Education Rowing Soccer Softball Softcrosse Swimming Table Tennis Touch Rugby Volleyball

Clubs, Societies & other Activities Academic Extension Art Drawing Homework Club ICT Support Italian Library Mathematics / Science Support Woodwork Yogalaties Tournament of Minds

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange Sydney & Canberra Trip

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Chaplain

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“Peter Carnley Anglican Community School provides a nurturing and balanced educational experience for students. As educators, our purpose is to take each child on an Educational Journey: to spark students’ intellectual curiosity; to grow their creativity and capacity to tackle and solve problems; to value work ethic and persistence; enable opportunities to work with others and to show care and compassion.” - M S F E L I C I T Y H O U S E , P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 7-9

Year 11 & 12

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences

List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) English ATAR Visual Arts ATAR Geography ATAR Italian ATAR History Modern ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Applied Information Technology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Chemistry ATAR Physics ATAR Human Biology ATAR Biology ATAR Computer Science ATAR

English Foundations GENERAL English GENERAL Music GENERAL

Mathematics Foundation GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL Material Design & Technology GENERAL Food Science & Technology GENERAL Physical Education Studies GENERAL

Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts (such as Music, Choir, instrumental tuition and Fine Art) Digital Technologies Languages (Italian) Health & Physical Education Religious & Values Education

Year 10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts (such as Drama, Music, Visual Arts) Languages (Italian) Health & Physical Education Technologies (such as Computing)

Certificate and Other Courses Music II Community Service II Visual Art II Outdoor Recreation II Business II Information, Digital Media and Technology II Building & Construction (Trades pathway) Pre-Apprenticeship

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Peter Moyes ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL Address Elliston Parade, Mindarie, WA 6030

Peter Moyes Anglican Community School

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

PERTH

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6 Secondary Years 7 – 10

Facilities

Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Nearby facilities

Founded In

1400

Abbeville Reserve Ocean Keys Shopping Centre Quinns Rocks Sports Club The Marina, Mindarie HBF Arena Gym

Number of International Students

School Facilities & Environment

2000

Student Population

< 10

Website

www.pmacs.wa.edu.au

Specialist classrooms for creative arts, food science, media studies, electronics, metalwork, woodwork and other courses

Nearest train/bus station

Dedicated Performing Arts Centre with music studios, dance classrooms and stages

Nearest university/college

Multi-purpose gymnasium with full indoor courts and fitness facilities

Clarkson Train Station (7-minute drive)

Edith Cowan University – Joondalup Campus (15-minute drive)

North Metropolitan TAFE Joondalup (15-minute drive)

Extensive playing fields Library and Information Centre

Distance to Perth 38 km to Perth CBD (45-minute drive)

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Why choose Peter Moyes Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Located in the beachside suburb of Mindarie ƒƒ Fostering personal excellence with compassion for others ƒƒ Modern, spacious and well-appointed campus, spread over 12.5 hectare grounds overlooking Indian Ocean ƒƒ Extensive academic options, VET programs, music and co-curricular programs

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Archery Athletics Australian Football League Badminton Basketball Cheerleading Cricket Fencing Golf Hockey Netball Orienteering Running Soccer

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Chaplain

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Surfing Table Tennis Tennis Touch Rugby Volleyball Zumba

Clubs, Societies & other Activities Bands Chess Choir Coding First Aid Food Science Music Metalwork

Mindfulness Modelmaking Orchestra Performing Arts Science Club Scrapbooking Visual Art Woodwork

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange Japanese Ski Trip Canberra Ski Trip


“Peter Moyes Anglican Community School aspires to excellence, enabling students to achieve their full potential and pursue their chosen pathway. We aim to be a school where all students become successful learners, confident and competent individuals, and active and informed citizens.” - M R B E N L O M A S, P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 1-6

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Society & Environment Additional Subjects / Electives: Health & Physical Education The Arts (such as Music and Visual Arts) Technology & Enterprise Indonesian (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Christian & Religious Education

Years 7-9

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Society & Environment Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts (such as Visual Arts, Music and Drama) Health & Physical Education Technology & Enterprise Indonesian (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Integration Studies

Year 10

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Applied Information Technology Arts (such as Drama, Music, Visual Arts) Beliefs & Values Business Management & Enterprise Children, Family & Community Computer Science Dance Design Drama Engineering Studies Food Science & Technology Materials, Design & Technology

Multimedia Studies Music Outdoor Education Physical Education Studies Textiles & Clothing Visual Arts

Certificate and Other Courses Business II Sports Coaching II Engineering Pathways II Creative Industries II Visual Arts II

Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) English ATAR Literature ATAR Indonesian: Second Language ATAR Accelerated Indonesian ATAR Economics ATAR Geography ATAR History Modern ATAR Politics & Law ATAR Children, Family & the Community ATAR Dance ATAR Drama ATAR Music ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR Design ATAR Engineering Studies ATAR Food, Science & Technology ATAR Human Biology ATAR Physics ATAR Psychology ATAR Health Studies ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Applied Information Technology ATAR

English GENERAL Business Management & Enterprise GENERAL History Modern GENERAL Dance GENERAL Drama GENERAL

Human Biology GENERAL Integration Science GENERAL Health Studies GENERAL Outdoor Education Studies GENERAL Mathematics Essential GENERAL Applied Information Technology GENERAL Design GENERAL Food, Science & Technology GENERAL Materials, Design & Technology GENERAL Music GENERAL

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St George’s 1

ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL 2

Key Information Type of School

Address 50 William Street, Perth, WA 6000

6

3

Co-educational

Accommodation

Homestay, Boarding option for students at St George’s College, University of Western Australia (18 years or older)

St George’s Anglican Grammar School PERTH

PERTH

ASC Language School

Programs

Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In 2015

Student Population

9

350

Nearby facilities

Number of International Students

Art Gallery of Western Australia Beatty Park Leisure Centre City of Perth Library Elizabeth Quay His Majesty’s Theatre King’s Park Langley Park Loftus Recreation Centre Lords Recreation Centre Matilda Bay McGillivray Reserve Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre Perth Town Hall Scitech Perth (Science Interactive Museum and Planetarium) St George’s Cathedral State Library of Western Australia

< 70

Website

www.stgeorges.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station

Perth Underground Train Station (2-minute walk) Wellington Street Perth Train Station (5-minute walk) Elizabeth Quay Train Station (4-minute walk) Elizabeth Quay Bus Station (6-minute walk)

Nearest university/college

University of Western Australia (8-minute drive) Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley Campus (12-minute drive) Curtin University (15-minute drive) Murdoch University (18-minute drive) University of Notre Dame (28-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

Located in Perth CBD

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Facilities

State Theatre Centre of Western Australia (Heath Ledger Theatre) Supreme Court Gardens Swan River The WA Rowing Club University of Western Australia UCIC (Uniting Church in the City) Hall Western Australian Museum

School Facilities & Environment Fitness Centre Music Studios Performing Arts Studio Visual Arts Studio Science Laboratories Multi-purpose outdoor rooftop area Multi-purpose collaboration and workshop spaces


Why choose St George’s Anglican Grammar School? ƒƒ A school of excellence, embodying a culture of innovation and cutting edge 21st century learning spaces ƒƒ Education grounded in values that nurture the individual, promoting personal wellbeing and cross-cultural understanding in a tolerant and inclusive environment ƒƒ A technology-driven approach to education, coupled with self-directed learning and a pastoral philosophy ƒƒ Central location of the School enables students to access the many cultural, sporting and business opportunities available in a modern and dynamic city environment ƒƒ The only non-government school offering the WA Universities’ Foundation Program

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Badminton Basketball Cricket Cross-Country High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Indoor Beach Volleyball Netball Mixed Touch Rugby Rowing Soccer Swimming Ultimate Frisbee

Clubs, Societies & other Activities

Art Club Chapel Band and Singers Coding and Robotics Drama Production Dungeons & Dragons (board game) ElectroCity Ensemble Events Crew Jazz Ensemble Meditation Percussion Ensemble 1 & 2 Walk and Talk Woodwind Ensemble WALD Debating

Rock Band Song Writing and Production Swing Band Vocal Ensemble Tritration Practice (Senior Chemistry students only)

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Fringe Festival Japanese Exchange America, UK and Europe School Tours Ski Trip

“St George’s Anglican Grammar School seeks to influence the world of education, helping to change, mould and transform young people’s lives for the better. This is through a technology-driven approach to education, coupled with selfdirected learning and a pastoral philosophy. Our students enjoy a challenging and stimulating education in a safe yet dynamic environment, where they can reach their potential both academically and personally.” - M R G A RY R A C E Y, P R I N C I PA L

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Curriculum Years 7-9 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities & Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Drama Health and Physical Education Mandarin & Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Pastoral and Well-being Sessions (PAWS) Protective Behaviors Program (PBP) Religious Education Technology Visual Art

Year 10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities Additional Subjects / Electives: Drama Health and Physical Education Mandarin & Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Pastoral and Well-being Sessions (PAWS) Protective Behaviors Program (PBP) Religious Education Technology Visual Art

Certificate Courses Business II Music III

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ International Student Teacher Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ After School support

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Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Business Management & Enterprise ATAR* Drama ATAR English ATAR English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EALD) ATAR English Language and Australian Cultural Studies (ELACS)* Literature ATAR Politics & Law ATAR Japanese: Second Language ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Accounting & Finance ATAR* Applied Information Technology ATAR Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR* Design ATAR Human Biology ATAR* Mathematics Applications ATAR* Mathematics Methods ATAR* Mathematics Specialist ATAR* Physics ATAR* Psychology ATAR*

Business Management & Enterprise GENERAL Careers & Enterprise GENERAL Drama GENERAL English GENERAL Japanese: Second Language GENERAL Visual Arts GENERAL

Accounting & Finance GENERAL Applied Information Technology GENERAL Biology GENERAL Design GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL Physical Education Studies GENERAL


St James’ ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL Address 2 Graceful Boulevard, Alkimos, WA 6038

St James’ Anglican Community School

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

PERTH

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6

Facilities

Secondary Years 7-10

Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Alkimos Beach Eden Beach Eden Beach Foreshore Park The Gateway Shopping Precinct – Alkimos Beach HBF Arena Gym

Chapel Collaborative Learning Spaces ELC Building (K-Y2) Junior School Building (Y3-6) Senior School Building (Y7-10) Design & Technology Workshops Food Technology room with barista machine IT Laboratory Japanese Garden Music Classrooms Art workspace and kiln Nature Playground Quadrangle Science Laboratories Climbing wall and abseiling tower Sporting Courts (Basketball, Tennis and others) Canteen

Founded In 2015

Student Population 600

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.stjames.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Butler Train Station (6-minute drive)

Nearest university/college Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus (20-minute drive)

North Metropolitan TAFE Joondalup (24-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

45 km (40-minute drive)

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Why choose St James’ Anglican School? ƒƒ Located in coastal Alkimos ƒƒ Focusing on individual student needs to design a clear learning pathway ƒƒ A broad curriculum with many specialist areas developing different skillsets ƒƒ Modern, expansive, vibrant campus ƒƒ Strong identity and community engagement

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Basketball Cross-Country Floorball Martial Arts Outdoor Sport Running Club Sports Coaching Swimming Yoga

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Clubs, Societies & other Activities Academic All Stars Arts & Crafts Club Cake Boss Chess Choir Craft Club Dance Drama Club First Aid Homework Club IPad Skills Japanese Club

Mindfulness Numero Picture Book Photography Recycled Art – Group Projects Symphonic Wind Band Technical Drawing Times table Challenge Video Matsuri Competition Wildlife

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Japanese Tour


“St James’ will equip your child with the skills to survive in an everchanging world. We will develop each child to maximise their potential, and graduate as confident, engaging and erudite young adults.” - M R A D R I A N P R E E , P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 1-6

Year 10

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities

Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Japanese Music Physical Education Christian & Values Education

Additional Subjects / Electives: Drama Digital Technology Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Health and Physical Education Music Pastoral Care Christian & Values Education Technology Visual Art

Years 7-9 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Christian & Values Education Drama Health and Physical Education Japanese (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Pastoral Care Technology Visual Art

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ International Student Teacher Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Chaplain ƒƒ After School support

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St Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Key Information

Address 1 St Marks Drive, Hillarys, WA 6025

Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

St Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Anglican Community School

Programs

Secondary Years 7 - 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 - 12

Founded In 1986

PERTH

Student Population 1750

Number of International Students < 20

Website

www.stmarks.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station

Bus routes 441 and 442 (approximately 1-minute walk to bus stops outside School) Whitfords Train Station (8-minute drive)

Nearest university/college North Metropolitan TAFE Joondalup (15-minute drive)

Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus (9-minute drive) University of Western Australia (34-minute drive) Curtin University (37-minute drive) Murdoch University (40-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

23 km (28-minute drive)

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Facilities

8

Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Ern Halliday Recreation Camp Hillarys Beach 9 Whitfords Train Station Whitfords Shopping Centre Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA) Sorrento Quay Hillarys Boat Harbour

Cafeteria Chapel Collaborative learning spaces Community Garden Design & Technology Workshops Early Learning Centre Fitness Centre Flexible learning spaces Home Economics facilities Hall IT Hot Desk (Technical support for BYOD) Learning Enrichment Centre Library & Information Centre Multimedia Laboratories Multi-purpose Sports Courts Nature Play zone Outdoor Education Areas Performing Arts Complex Science laboratories Senior Academic Centre Sensory Play (Early Learning Centre) Sports Pavilion (includes high ropes course) Sports Ovals Specialist Music Classrooms Specialist Art Classrooms Wellness Centre


Why choose St Mark’s Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Located in coastal Hillarys ƒƒ Fostering respect, knowledge, confidence, responsibility and community ƒƒ Established and expansive grounds with state-of-the-art Senior Academic Centre ƒƒ A wide range of ATAR and General Year 11 & 12 courses, VET and co-curricular programs ƒƒ K-12 campus, with all facilities on the one campus

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Camps & Tours (Compulsory Co-curricular)

Junior School Camps TBC Year 6 - Ern Halliday Camp Year 7 - Rottnest Camp Year 8 - Canberra Tour Year 9 - Outdoor Adventure Camp Year 10 - Outdoor Adventure Expedition Year 11 & 12* Outdoor Adventure Studies Year 12* - Geography Fieldwork Year 12 - Study Retreat * Subject specific

Sports

Australian Football League# Athletics# Badminton Basketball# Beach Volleyball Cricket Golf Hockey# Netball# Cross-Country# Rugby Sailing Soccer# Squash Surfing Swimming# Tennis Touch Rugby Volleyball # indicates Junior School sporting opportunities

Clubs, Societies & other Activities Art Club Bible Study Chess# Chinese Dance Coder Dojo# Community Garden (Junior School only) Community Service# Da Vinci Decathlon# Debating Drama Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Music# (choirs, orchestra, jazz band, concert band, beginner band, percussion ensemble, strings ensemble, clarinet quartet) Numero Challenge

Camps & Tours (Optional)

Ski Trip (Year 11s) WALRSE Reunion Island Reciprocal Exchange (Years 10 & 11) Mikono Tour (Tanzania, Years 10 & 11) Music Camps & Tours (alternate years) Science (alternate years) Space Camp Tour (alternate years) Japan Exchange & Tour European Humanities & English Tour

(Junior School and Year 6 only)

Philosophy Cafe Philosothon Production Angels (stage hair and make-up) Talented Young Writers Program Tech Club # indicates Junior School activities are also available Please note there are also other activity clubs in the Junior School, which vary each term.

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Music Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons)

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ Chaplain ƒƒ After School Support ƒƒ Wellness Centre: School Nurse and School Psychologist

Awards / Recognition First school in Western Australia to offer Drone Piloting course

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Curriculum Years 6-8 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities & Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Arts (Drama, Media, Music, Visual Arts) Christian Studies Food & Lifestyle Health Education Materials French (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Outdoor Education Physical Education Practical Technology Design & Technology Digital Technologies Project-based Learning

Year 9-10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities & Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Ancient History Business & Personal Finance Business Marketing & Management Christian Studies Coding & Technology Dance Drama Food & Lifestyle French Health Materials Media Arts Music Music (Certificate II) Outdoor Adventure Studies Pastoral Care Philosophy & Ethics Photo & Digital Design Physical Education Practical Technology Science Science Enrichment STEM Project Woodwork Visual Arts

Certificate and Other Courses Business II/III Design II Visual Arts III Drone Pilot: Aviation (Remote Pilot - Line of Sight) III Engineering II Music III Visual Art II

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Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Applied Information Technology ATAR Business Management & Enterprise ATAR Dance ATAR Drama ATAR Economics ATAR English ATAR English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EALD) ATAR Geography ATAR French: Second Language ATAR Health Studies ATAR Literature ATAR Media Production & Analysis ATAR Modern History ATAR Music ATAR Philosophy & Ethics ATAR Visual Arts ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR Food Science & Technology ATAR Human Biological Science ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR Physics ATAR Psychology ATAR

English GENERAL Philosophy & Ethics GENERAL Visual Arts GENERAL Certificate Courses

Food Science & Technology GENERAL Integrated Science GENERAL Mathematics Essentials GENERAL Physical Education Studies GENERAL Outdoor Education GENERAL Career & Transitions GENERAL Materials, Design & Technology: Wood GENERAL

St Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s aims to maximise opportunities for its students to build rewarding and fulfilling futures, based around the skills and competencies required to navigate the challenges of a world that is changing in its nature in this 21st century. A number of pathways are available at and through the School, and they can be tailored to facilitate these futures for students. - M R S T E V E N D AV I E S, P R I N C I PA L


Swan Valley 1

ANGLICAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL Key Information

Address

2

Swanleigh Parade, Aveley, WA 6069

Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation

Swan Valley Anglican Community School

Homestay

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6 Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In

PERTH

2006

Student Population 1100

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.svacs.wa.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Ellenbrook Transfer Station (3-minute drive)

Facilities Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Aveley Shopping Centre Caversham Wildlife Park Ellenbrook Aquatic Centre Ellenbrook Sports Hub Ellenbrook Transfer Station Swan Valley Adventure Centre

8 Cafe Chapel Collaborative Learning Spaces Commercial Kitchen Large Ovals Library Gymnasium Science Laboratories Technology & Enterprise Centre Tennis & Basketball Courts Design & Technology Workshops Early Learning Centre Specialist Music Classrooms Specialist Art Classrooms

Nearest university/college North Metropolitan TAFE Midland (15-minute drive)

North Metropolitan TAFE Joondalup (25-minute drive)

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Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus (25-minute drive) Curtin University (31-minute drive) University of Western Australia (36-minute drive) Murdoch University (40-minute drive)

Distance to Perth

29 km (30-minute drive)

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Why choose Swan Valley Anglican Community School? ƒƒ Located in beautiful Aveley, near Swan Valley Adventure Centre ƒƒ Vibrant learning community that actively encourages students to strive for personal excellence ƒƒ Inclusive, supportive environment with exceptional teaching staff ƒƒ Dynamic curriculum that challenges and extends students in their academic and personal growth ƒƒ Outstanding achievements across a wide range of academic, VET, Certificate and co-curricular programs

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Australian Football League Basketball Cross-Country Frisbee Netball Volleyball Soccer Swimming Tennis Outdoor Education

Clubs, Societies & other Activities ATAR Clubs: Humanities; PE Studies/ Outdoor Education; Chemistry, Physics and Biology/Human Biology; English Music: Choir; Concert Band; Contemporary Rock and Pop Ensembles; Guitar Ensemble; Musical Theatre; Percussion. English: Support and Enrichment; Debating

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ International Student Teacher Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program and House System ƒƒ Chaplain

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Humanities: Enrichment and Extension; Homework and Support; Mock Trials Technology and Enterprise: Materials and Technology lunchtime club; Sewing Maths: Enrichment and Extension; Homework and extensive support options. Science: Enrichment and Extension; Homework and Support; Aero and Astro Other: Photography Club Drama Production Duke of Edinburgh's Award Anglicare Ambassador Program

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange

Certificate Courses Business III Sport & Recreation III Hospitality II Visual Art Design II Engineering Pathways II Music III Workplace Learning (WorkLink)


“What Swan Valley Anglican Community School offers is an opportunity for our students to explore their full potential. Our highly experienced staff have the passion, drive and abilities to inspire and guide our students to be the very best they can be.” - M S M E L I S S A P O W E L L , P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 1-6 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science and Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Design & Technologies Art Digital Technologies Music Health and Physical Education Religious Education Italian (Languages Other Than English LOTE)

Years 7-9 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Design & Technologies Digital Technologies Drama Italian (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Music Physical Recreation Outdoor Education

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Health and Physical Education Religious Education Project Year 9

Year 10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences Additional Subjects / Electives: Careers Education

Design & Technologies Drama Digital Technologies Health and Physical Education Italian (Languages Other Than English LOTE) Media Music Outdoor Education Physical Recreation Religious Education STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Visual Arts

Year 11 & 12 List A (Arts, Languages, Humanities) Drama ATAR Economics ATAR English ATAR English Literature ATAR Geography ATAR History Modern ATAR Italian ATAR

List B (Mathematics, Sciences, Technologies) Biology ATAR Chemistry ATAR Human Biology ATAR Mathematics Applications ATAR Mathematics Methods ATAR Mathematics Specialist ATAR Outdoor Education ATAR Physics ATAR Physical Education Studies ATAR

Career & Enterprise GENERAL Children, Family and the Community GENERAL Drama GENERAL English Essential GENERAL Geography GENERAL Visual Arts GENERAL

Health GENERAL Integrated Science GENERAL Marine & Maritime GENERAL Materials, Design & Technologies GENERAL Mathematics Essential GENERAL

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ABOUT

Victoria

Victoria’s diverse landscape includes snow− capped mountains, vast seashores, striking desert regions and charming historic towns. Across the state, discover world-class education in Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, as well as nearby cities such as Ballarat, Bendigo, Cobram and Wangaratta. Melbourne is a safe and vibrant city with excellent culture, environment, education and infrastructure as well as a wide range of study options and services. Victoria’s nearby centres and cities are contemporary, wellserviced, family and student-friendly. They offer a relaxed lifestyle and a world-class education that is recognised by international institutions and employers. These cities often have lower housing costs, active community and sporting organisations, easy access to natural attractions and multiple transport options for visits to Melbourne, or other parts of Victoria and Australia.

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WHY STUDY IN

Victoria? ONE. Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, is consistently rated in the world’s Top 5 Most Liveable Cities. (The Economist Intelligence Unit 2018)

TWO. Melbourne ranks in the top 10% of cities in the 2019 Quality of Living Ranking by Mercer. (Mercer Quality of Living Report 2019)

THREE. Victoria is a global knowledge hub. QS World University Rankings place six of Victoria’s 10 universities in the top-ranked universities in the world.

FOUR. Melbourne is one of the Top 5 Best Student Cities in the World. (QS Best Student Cities 2018)

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SCHOOLS IN

Victoria Albury Airport

1 COBRAM

2 WANGARATTA

1 Cobram Anglican Grammar School COBRAM 2 Cathedral College Wangaratta WANGARATTA

BALLARAT

Melbourne Airport

MELBOURNE GEELONG

Melbourne Airport

MELBOURNE

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List of Universities in Victoria ƒƒ Deakin University Geelong (Waurn Ponds) ƒƒ Federation University Australia (Ballarat) ƒƒ La Trobe University (Bundoora) ƒƒ Monash University (Clayton) ƒƒ RMIT University (Melbourne) ƒƒ Swinburne University of Technology (Hawthorn) ƒƒ University of Divinity (Kew) ƒƒ University of Melbourne (Parkville) ƒƒ Victoria University (Footscray Park)


Cathedral College WANGARATTA Address 344 Wangaratta-Whitfield Road, Wangaratta, VIC 3677 Albury Airport

COBRAM

Cathedral College Wangaratta WANGARATTA

Key Information Type of School

GO TAFE Charles Sturt University University of Melbourne Clinical School

Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

BALLARAT

MELBOURNE

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6 Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In 2003

Student Population 1000

Number of International Students < 10

Melbourne Airport

GEELONG

Facilities Nearby facilities

School Facilities & Environment

Appin Street Athletics Complex Wangaratta Art Gallery Wangaratta Common Nature Reserve Wangaratta Indoor Sports and Aquatic Centre Wangaratta Performing Arts & Convention Centre Wareena Park Oval

Library Science Centre Art, Materials and Technology Centre Sports Oval Sports Stadium Commercial Kitchen Football Field Cricket Turf Pitch Running Track Specialist Rooms for Performing Arts, Food Technology and Design & Materials Multi-purpose collaboration and workshop spaces VCE & Resource Centre

Website

www.cathedralcollege.vic.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Wangaratta Bus Station (7-minute drive)

Nearest university/college

GO TAFE – Wangaratta Campus (7-minute drive) Charles Sturt University Wangaratta (7-minute drive) University of Melbourne Clinical School Wangaratta (6-minute drive)

Distance to Melbourne CBD 250 km (2 hours 40-minute drive)

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Why choose Cathedral College Wangaratta? ƒƒ Popular regional school with strong academic record ƒƒ Holistic education with strong emphasis on pastoral care ƒƒ State-of-the-art modern and technologyrich facilities campus ƒƒ Located in Wangaratta, near University of Melbourne Clinical School and Charles Sturt University Wangaratta

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Australian Football League Badminton Basketball Clay-target shooting Cricket Cross-Country Golf Hockey Lawn Bowls

Netball Outdoor Education Skiing Soccer Swimming

Drama Jazz Band House Music Festival Musical Theatre Photography

Clubs, Societies & other Activities

Extra-curricular

Art Choir Community Service Dance

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange Ski Trip

“Cathedral College Wangaratta has developed a proud tradition of aspiration for student success, and a worthy reputation as a fine regional centre of learning. A broad offering of subjects, electives, co-curricular activities and opportunities to experience the world beyond our regions ensures a ‘liberal’ education that will suit those looking for engagement.” - M R A D R I A N FA R R E R , P R I N C I PA L

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Curriculum Years 1-6 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Music German Indonesian Library Wellbeing Pastoral Care Physical Education & Health Christian & Values Education

Years 7-8 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Physical Education, Religious and Values Education, Health and Wellbeing Additional Subjects / Electives: Drama Musical Theatre Music – Stomp, Music Technology, Jazz and Blues Visual Arts Photography

Visual Communication Design Materials & Technology ICT – Introduction to Robotics Game Writing & Web Page Design Individual Sports Team Sports Outdoor Education Agriculture & Horticulture Food Technology

Year 9-10 Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Physical Education, Religious and Values Education, Health and Wellbeing Additional Subjects / Electives: Physical Education Applied Science Materials & Technology Food & Technology Music – Jazz & Blues Biopsychology Outdoor Education & Physical Education Agriculture & Horticulture Drama Introduction to Commerce

Health & Human Development Information Technology & Study Skills Visual Communication Studio Arts

VCE Years 11 – 12 Biology Psychology Chemistry Physics Specialist Mathematics Further Mathematics Mathematics Methods English English Literature German Psychology Physical Education Accounting Studio Arts History Geography Product Design Business Management Visual Communication Design Health & Human Development Food & Technology

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ Chaplain

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Cobram ANGLICAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL Address 40-48 Campbell Road, Cobram VIC 3644

Albury Airport

Cobram Anglican Grammar School COBRAM WANGARATTA

Key Information Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6 Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Founded In 2000

Student Population 400

Number of International Students < 10

Website

www.cags.vic.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station

Cobram Station (5-minute drive)

Nearest university/college

GO TAFE – Shepparton Campus (47-minute drive)

Distance to Melbourne CBD

260 km (2 hours 52-minute drive)

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BALLARAT

Melbourne Airport

MELBOURNE GEELONG

Facilities Nearby facilities Barooga Sports Club Cobram Community House Cobram Outdoor Pool Cobram Showgrounds Cobram Sports Stadium Scott Reserve Thompson’s Beach

School Facilities & Environment Library Science Laboratories STEM Laboratory with 3D Printers Art Room Economics Room VCE Study Room Home Economics Room Canteen Basketball & Tennis Court Gymnasium Adventure Playground Performing Arts Centre Access to Cobram Sports Facilities


Why choose Cobram Anglican Grammar School? ƒƒ Caring, nurturing faith-based education environment ƒƒ Located in Cobram, a scenic and popular tourist attraction by Murray River ƒƒ About 10 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds ƒƒ Holistic education with a commitment to pastoral care ƒƒ State-of-the-art modern and technologyrich facilities

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Australia Football League Basketball Cricket Cross-Country Netball Outdoor Education Racing (human powered vehicles) Soccer Swimming

Clubs, Societies & other Activities

Art Chess Community Service Drama Music Public Speaking Computer Coding and Programming

Extra-curricular

Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange

Support for International Students ƒƒ International Student Support and Welfare Co-ordinator ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program ƒƒ Chaplain

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“Cobram Anglican Grammar School offers a broad range of curriculum experiences, providing increasing subject choice as the students progress through their schooling. We pride ourselves on our innovative teaching approaches which not only develop thinking and learning skills, but also build personal intellectual capabilities that provide the scaffolding for life-long learning.” - M R S T E P H A N R G A L E , P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 1-6

Years 7-10

VCE Years 11 – 12

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences

Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Civics & Citizenship Drama Environmental Science/Agriculture Mandarin Music Pastoral Care Physical Education & Health Religion & Values Education

Additional Subjects / Electives: Art Drama Information and Communication Technology Agriculture Food Technology Woodwork/Metalwork Outdoor Education Pastoral Care Religion & Values Education

English Agricultural & Horticultural Studies Art Australian & Global Politics Business Management Biology Chemistry Food Studies Health & Human Development History (20th Century) Literature Mathematics Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion & Society Studio Arts Visual Communication Design Legal Studies

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ABOUT

New South Wales New South Wales is home to world-class universities, research organisations, vocational education and training institutions, including Governmentowned Technical and Further Education Institutes (TAFE). We also have a wide range of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading private education and training providers and English language colleges as well as secondary schools all offering the highest quality. In New South Wales, on the banks of the mighty Murray River, the vibrant twin cities of Albury and Wodonga are charming destinations. These cities have world-class university options, are modern, safe as well as family and student-friendly. Students have great access to courses in the regional campuses of NSW universities, achieving qualifications that are recognised world-wide. Albury-Wodonga also offers lively arts, theatre, dance and music. It offers lower housing costs, active community and sporting organisations, easy accesss to natural attractions and multiple transport options. You can fly directly from Melbourne, Sydney and Gold Coast to Albury Airport.

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WHY STUDY IN

New South Wales? ONE. Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales (NSW), is consistently rated in the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Top 1 Most Liveable Cities. (The Economist Intelligence Unit 2018)

TWO. Sydney ranks in the top 10% of cities in the 2019 Quality of Living Ranking by Mercer. (Mercer Quality of Living Report 2019)

THREE. Of the top 500 Australian companies, 45% are based in NSW, which offers a wide range of employment opportunities available during and after your studies.

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FOUR.

FIVE.

NSW is a pluralistic society, with a large proportion of the population born overseas. Many people speak a second language: there are over 200 languages spoken in Sydney.

The NSW economy is booming â&#x20AC;&#x201C; larger than that of Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.


SCHOOLS IN

New South Wales

List of Universities in NSW

SYDNEY

Sydney Airport Trinity Anglican College

CANBERRA ALBURY

MELBOURNE

ƒƒ Australian Catholic University (North Sydney) ƒƒ Charles Sturt University (Wagga Wagga) ƒƒ Macquarie University (North Ryde) ƒƒ Southern Cross University (Lismore) ƒƒ University of New England (Armidale) ƒƒ University of New South Wales (Kensington) ƒƒ University of Newcastle (Newcastle) ƒƒ University of Sydney (Camperdown/Darlington) ƒƒ University of Technology Sydney (Sydney) ƒƒ University of Wollongong (Wollongong)

List of Universities in Victoria ƒƒ Deakin University Geelong (Waurn Ponds) ƒƒ Federation University Australia (Ballarat) ƒƒ La Trobe University (Bundoora) ƒƒ Monash University (Clayton) ƒƒ RMIT University (Melbourne) ƒƒ Swinburne University of Technology (Hawthorn) ƒƒ University of Divinity (Kew) ƒƒ University of Melbourne (Parkville) ƒƒ Victoria University (Footscray Park)

List of Universities in ACT ƒƒ Australian National University ƒƒ University of Canberra

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Trinity ANGLICAN COLLEGE Address 421 Elizabeth Mitchell Drive, Thurgoona NSW 2640

Trinity Anglican College TAFE NSW − National Environment Centre Charles Sturt University

THURGOONA TAFE NSW-Albury Campus

Key Information

ALBURY

Type of School Co-educational

Accommodation Homestay

Programs

Primary Years 1 – 6 Secondary Years 7 – 10 Senior Secondary Years 11 – 12

Facilities

WODONGA

Nearby facilities

Number of International Students

Hockey Albury Wodonga Complex Ian Barker Fields Lauren Jackson Sports Centre Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) Lavington and Albury Libraries Albury-Wodonga Equestrian Centre Nail Can Hill MTB Trail Albury Entertainment Centre Lake Hume for water skiing

Website

School Facilities & Environment

Founded In 2002

Student Population 1100

< 10

www.trinityac.nsw.edu.au

Nearest train/bus station Albury Bus Station (7-minute drive)

Nearest university/college

Charles Sturt University Albury Campus (6-minute drive) TAFE NSW – National Environment Centre (3-minute drive)

Distance to Sydney CBD

548 km (5 hours 38-minute drive)

Distance to Melbourne CBD

327 km (3 hours 26-minute drive)

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La-Trobe University Albury-Wodonga Campus

Senior School Centre Science & Environment Centre Trade Skills Centre Learning Support Centre Covered Outdoor Learning Area Sports Fields Performing Arts Centre Library Multi-purpose Hall Infants Centre Specialist art studios Commercial kitchen On-site Café


Why choose Trinity Anglican College? ƒƒ Located in Albury, a gateway to the snowfields and midway between Sydney and Melbourne ƒƒ Strong academic record with emphasis on educating the whole student ƒƒ Beautiful semi-rural setting in education hub, with Charles Sturt University and TAFE National Environment Centre ƒƒ Contemporary facilities with purposebuilt, flexible learning spaces ƒƒ Dynamic, innovative programs with strong focus on pastoral care and well-being

Co-curricular & Extra-curricular Activities Sports

Athletics Basketball Netball Cricket Cross-Country Skiing Snowboarding Swimming

Co-curricular opportunities Performing Arts Community Service Dance and Drama Technology Creativity & enrichment Environment & sustainability Health, Fitness & Well-being

Additional opportunities

Drama lessons Instrumental Lessons (range of instruments and vocal lessons) Cultural Exchange

Support for International Students ƒƒ College Chaplain ƒƒ College Counsellor ƒƒ Integrated assessment and support system for literacy, numeracy and other capabilities ƒƒ Pastoral Care Program

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“Trinity Anglican College holds a strong academic achievement record and a rich and diverse curriculum. Our teachers love to engage tomorrow’s leaders, equipping them with the tools to shine today and in the future.” - M R J U S T I N B E C K E T T, P R I N C I PA L

Curriculum Years 1-6

Years 7-10

Year 11 and 12

Core Subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, History and Geography

Core subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, PDHPE (Personal Development, Health and Physical Education), Religious and Values Education (RAVE)

Ancient History Biology Business Studies Chemistry Design & Technology Drama English: Advanced English: Standard Food Technology Information Processes & Technology Construction Legal Studies Mathematics Standard Mathematics Modern History Physics Visual Arts Music Community and Family Studies (CAFS) English Extension Geography Engineering Studies of Religion French Mathematics Extension Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) TAFE/Distance Education (other languages)

Additional Subjects: Visual Arts Personal Development Health and Physical Education Music Pastoral Care Religious & Values Education Technology Drama

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Elective subjects: Industrial Technology – Engineering Industrial Technology – Timber Design and technology Music Visual Arts French Drama Photographic and Digital Media History Elective Geography Elective Commerce Textiles Food Technology Physical Activity and Sports Studies (PASS) Information and Software Technology (IST) Agriculture


How to Apply TO AN ASC SCHOOL

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Choose your pathway Contact our office or an authorised education agent to determine your year of entry and course pathway.

Apply Complete an application form and submit it together with the required documentation. • A copy of your passport • Copies of your last two academic transcripts (in English) • Results of an English language proficiency assessments

Letter of Offer Your application will be assessed and if successful, our office will issue you a Letter of Offer.

Acceptance Return the signed Letter of Offer and arrange payment of fees as indicated. Submit your application for homestay with one of our registered homestay providers, if you require homestay.

Confirmation of Enrolment Once payment is receipted and we receive your confirmation of homestay placement, we will issue a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) and a Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare (CAAW) letter.

Visa Submit your visa application and advise us as soon as it has been granted.

Preparation and Orientation Organise your travel details and advise us of your arrival date and time. Our Welfare Co-ordinator and the School will be in contact with some important pre-departure orientation information. Make sure you review this carefully.

Arrival into Australia Your school orientation will usually take place the day before school officially starts and you will be welcomed by ASC International and school staff.


ASC International Admissions Office a. 5 Wollaston Road Mt Claremont WA 6010 Australia t. +61 8 9286 0290 e. admissions@asc.wa.edu.au w. www.ascinternational.wa.edu.au

DISCLAIMER: This publication is intended for international students undertaking a course of study with ASC International. The information provided is correct at the time of printing but may be subject to change. While great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this information, ASC International and ASC Schools reserve the right to change courses, programs, fees, arrangements, and all other information without notice. Applicants and students should check with ASC International at the time of application or enrolment for any updates to the information provided in this publication. Anglican Schools Commission ABN: 85 336 233 269 CRICOS Provider Code: 03547G

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