Alexandria Park Community School is a dual-campus school with an
enrolment of 350 students. Students from
many different ethnic backgrounds attend the school, with approximately 27 per
cent of the students being of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background.
The school has an established Middle School structure (Years 5 to 7) and has
opportunity classes in the primary and a selective stream in the high school.
Students in these classes are provided with a stimulating learning environment
focused on their needs and are highly successful in state-wide competitions and
The curriculum structure is designed to meet the needs of students
from a wide range of abilities and there is a very successful VET, traineeship
and apprenticeship program operating in the senior school. There are extensive
academic, sporting and cultural opportunities and a broad range of innovative
programs that cater for individual learning styles in smaller class sizes to
ensure that each child has the opportunity to be a successful learner.
Extracurricular activities: Activities include a Sports Development
Project, choir, band, computer club and journalism club. The school has also
established close links with UTS, TAFE and Sydney University to support
students’ career pathways.