The three schools at St Leonard's College are:
Years 5 to 9
As every parent would be aware, during the Middle School years students make the transition from child to adolescent. The College’s Middle School programs, curriculum and environment have been designed to assist students’ academic and personal development during this exciting time of change and growth.
A wide range of specialist staff support students in the Middle School, including a Middle School Counsellor, Special Education teachers and Year Level coordinators.
Within the caring and supportive environment of Middle School, students are encouraged to become actively involved in a wide variety of programs and cocurricular activities and to make the most of all the opportunities presented to them.
The College has a purpose-built Middle School environment and offers an imaginative and challenging curriculum in order to guide students towards maturity and engage their interest.
The Middle School staff understand that a balance between firm boundaries and risk taking is necessary in adolescence. The students' leadership knowledge develops meaningfully throughout the middle years. The students of St Leonard's College are involved in their learning and in the leadership of their peers so that their leadership and confidence is well directed.
The Community Urban Environment (CUE)
Program is designed to encourage year 9 students to develop independence, initiative and teamwork in a variety of learning locations. During the course students cycle through the community, urban and environment domains. Year 9 students undertake one of the Big Experiences for three weeks in term four. The focus of the experience is on global sustainability and contains a strong emphasis on community service. In the past, students have chosen from such destinations as Thailand, Fiji, Outback Australia, China, Vietnam and Borneo.