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Founded in January 2004, Trinity Anglican College Wodonga emphasises the care of students and their families, academic excellence, participation in a range of activities, links to the community, innovative pathways in education and growth in Christian and civic values. While parents of students at the college need not be Anglicans, they must be supportive of the college’s Christian philosophy and principles.

Facilities: The college is set in a semi-rural environment on 10 hectares. This provides ample room for outdoor activities and environmental pursuits and sports using the college’s sports oval, grounds and basketball/netball court. A local swimming pool and tennis court are within walking distance. The college has a range of specialist rooms such as a science laboratory, a computer laboratory, library, food technology centre and a multi-purpose hall. It provides an after school care program.

Curriculum: The college is committed to providing a holistic education that focuses on the pursuit of individual academic excellence. Classroom teachers are complemented by specialist teachers in music, sport, languages and art, as well as teachers from the college’s Tutorial Centre, who work on extension and remedial programs for students.

Student welfare programs
: The college has a “You can do it!” approach to student welfare with a focus on religion and values. The college also has a buddy program, a strong pastoral care aspect and access to Tutorial Centre staff for extension and remedial programs.

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 6
Enrolment 70 students
Fees Less than 4k
$2540 prep and $3446 year 6
02 6049******* 02 6049 3480
: 02 60******* : 02 6020 9125
Address 34 Ellen McDonald Dr, Baranduda 3691
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