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Their Academic results have also been high in recent years- particularly in Primary school.
Their Junior School is small, which can be a downside socially, however in our experience this never had an impact on the activities that were available to the girls.
My job isn't 9-5 so I'm happy to spend the time travelling.
Our children aren't school aged yet so happy to move suburbs once a school has been selected.
Hi All, I was wanting current or recent (last five years) opinions on the three schools listed below for primary schooling.
Either parents or the impressions recently graduated past students got of the junior part of their school. Somerville House Presbyterian and Methodist Pre-Prep ~ Co-Ed Prep - Year 12 ~ Girls Only 2015 Year 6 fee: ,800 St.
Choosing a school that will be suitable for child from Prep to grade 12 is an exercise in crystal ball gazing.
I included it because in past posts on various forums I observe people often talk about price and debate which school is more pricey, so I thought by added them, then that cuts out the excess from the true opinions.
There are some very good public schools in the same catchment that some of these private schools are in.
Aidan's Anglican Girls' School Anglican Kindergarten ~ Co-Ed Prep - Year 12 ~ Girls Only 2014 Year 6 fee: ,352 St. accepts boys up to Year 5, how many boys would be in a typical class, is it a true co-educational school or just a handful of boys?
Margaret's Anglican Girls School Anglican Pre-Prep - Prep ~ Co-Ed Year 1 - Year 12 ~ Girls Only 2014 Year 6 fee: ,476 I've heard Clayfield College and Moreton Bay College aren't as strong academically. All Hallows' School doesn't start until Year 5, which is problematic because I want to private education from the get-go, but if someone thinks it is worth switching to later, please let me know.