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KINGS COLLEGE


King’s College was founded in 1986 and provides a quality Christian education to support students and their parents. It is owned by Warrnambool Presbyterian School Ltd, and caters for families from all denominations as well as other families seeking a Christian education.

Facilities: King’s College offers excellent, modern facilities, including a separate preschool/kinder facility and grounds, primary and secondary wings, specialised art, woodwork/metal work rooms, a science lab, current information technology, an indoor sports centre and new library. The school also features a 350-seat auditorium and an agriculture department and grounds.

Curriculum: A wide range of curriculum programs and options are offered. They offer smaller class sizes and quality teaching through Kindergarten/Preschool to Year 12. Specialised curriculum programs include Letterland, LEM Phonics, Saxon Maths, public speaking and debating, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme and Agriculture, and a comprehensive VCE program. King’s College aims to cater for the individual needs of each student.

Sport: A wide range of indoor and outdoor sports are offered from Preschool to Year 12. The school offers Swimming, PMP and interschool, regional and Christian school competitions.

Student welfare programs: King’s College has a personal development program, student care and Christian teaching. A caring and compassionate school environment is a characteristic of King’s College.

Religion None
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment kindergarten 40; preschool 60; primary 175; secondary 140
Phone
03 5562******* 03 5562 0147
Fax
03 5562******* 03 5562 9718
Address 44 Balmoral Road, Warrnambool 3280
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