Railway Road, Burradoo 2576.
PO Box 552, Bowral 2576.

Ph 02 4861 1366

Fax 02 4861 3328

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Religion: Non-denominational

Type: Independent

Years : Year 7 to Year 12

Boys/Girls: Co-ed

Day/boarding: Day

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Enrolment: Approximately 450 students.

Fees:Please contact the college regarding fees. Levies apply

Principal: Mr Grant Williamson

Address: Railway Road, Burradoo 2576.
PO Box 552, Bowral 2576.

Ph: 02 4861 1366

Fax: Fax 02 4861 3328


Founded in 1983, Oxley College offers a comprehensive education encouraging academic excellence, traditional values, discipline, and the development of the whole person. The college is non-denominational but founded on Christian principles. Its present enrolment is around 500 students, ranging from Years 7 to 12. Maximum class sizes are in the vicinity of 26 students, to promote a sense of personal identity and accountability.

Facilities: The college is situated in beautiful grounds surrounding an 1880s homestead. Many new classrooms and general school facilities have been built, and there are extensive indoor and outdoor sporting facilities. A library and resource centre was opened in 1996 and, since, specialist facilities for science, IT and design, PE, sport, music and technology have been developed.

Electives Years 9 and 10: French, German, Indonesian, Visual Arts, Music, Food Technology, Graphic Technology, Design and Technology, Drama, English Extension 1 and 2.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Mathematics to 4-Unit level, Ancient History, Modern History, Geography, Economics, French, German, Indonesian, Music, Visual Arts, Engineering Studies, Food Technology, PD/Health/PE, Physics, Computing Studies, Chemistry, Biology, General Science, Drama, Business Studies.

Extracurricular activities: The college offers regular physical activity through co-curricular sport, well complemented by cultural opportunities. Activities offered include basketball (boys and girls), soccer, cross-country, kayaking, athletics, hockey, rugby, cricket, netball, tennis, softball, swimming, choir, bands, orchestra, debating, public speaking, instrumental music, Mock Trial, camping, Shakespeare competition, and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.

Welfare and personal development: The school has an overt commitment to developing the individual, fostering loyalty and commitment within a caring atmosphere. Students are expected to participate in the wider life of the college to develop mind, body and spirit. The size of the school lends itself to caring and challenging involvement of every individual. Strong pastoral care is provided through the house system. Heads of house and tutors take an active interest in all aspects of students’ development.

Special features: Scholarships are available.

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