1425 Sturt Street, Ballarat 3350
Ph 03 5330 8200
Fax 03 5331 1513
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Religion: Uniting Church
Years : Preschool to Year 12
Day/boarding: Day and boarding
Enrolment: 1200 students, including 150 boarders
Fees:Tuition from $3000 for Pre-school to $14,970 at Year 12. Boarding from $9200 for Year 7 to $13,800 for Year 120 for Year 12
Principal: Mr David Shepherd
Founded in 1864 (Ballarat College) and 1868 (Clarendon College), Clarendon educates students from Ballarat, country Victoria, interstate and overseas. Pupils are encouraged to benefit from the academic and co-curricular programs to develop their talents to the full.
Facilities: The school consists of three sub-schools — Junior (Mair Street) and Middle and Senior Schools (both at Sturt Street). In addition to classrooms and laboratories there are a gymnasium, indoor heated pool, boatshed, performing arts centre, cafe and 21st century library. There is a Year 9 campus at Grassy on King Island where students spend an entire term.
Curriculum: A notebook computer program commences at Year 5, integrating information and communications technology skills into the curriculum. Years 7 to 9 curriculum is based around the following learning areas: literacy, numeracy, thinking, creativity, global learning, and personal futures. In VCE there is a wide range of subject choices including those offered as part of the VET program. Most students go on to tertiary studies. The school is accredited by the government authority to cater for overseas students. (CRICOS Reg. no 00557G.)
Sport: Many sport options including, but not limited to, athletics, tennis, cricket, netball, rowing, football, basketball, softball, hockey, soccer, table tennis, cross-country, badminton, lawn bowls and swimming.
Co-curricular activities: Extensive performing arts program including Music, Drama and Dance. Also Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
Student welfare programs: School counsellor, chaplain, heads of house, learning mentors, boarding tutors and other staff provide a caring support network for all students, including subject and careers advice.
Boarding facilities: Boys and girls are accommodated in separate buildings, mostly in single or twin rooms, with their own study facilities. Shared cafe college facilities and access to facilities of the day school are offered. The school provides a stable and welcoming environment for boys and girls whose families live in the Ballarat community, at a distance or whose mobility or other circumstances present difficulties accessing educational programs. A wide range of activities encompassing sport and visual and performing arts available to boarders. Supervised homework within boarding houses with significant overlap between tutors and teaching staff. Weekend activities program during term.