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A St Leonard’s College education provides wonderfully diverse opportunities for students to thrive; opportunities provided in an unrivalled atmosphere of love and commitment to developing the whole child.
As one of Melbourne’s leading academic schools, St Leonard’s College provides our students with the opportunity to achieve academic excellence in either the VCE or International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP).
We congratulate the Class of 2018 for their outstanding academic results, achieving a combined median ATAR of 90.5. 52% achieved an ATAR of 90 or above, placing them in the top 10% nationally. 71% of students achieved an ATAR of 80 or more, and 85% achieved an ATAR of 70 or more. 99.3% of students received first-round tertiary offers.
Our ELC follows the world-renowned Reggio Emilia approach, providing an enriching and stimulating educational program for children aged three to five years.
Our McMillan House Junior School offers the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme - an inquiry-based approach to learning incorporating personal, social and international values.
Our unique program for years 5 and 6 offers specialist educators across all subjects; students learn mathematics from a mathematician and science from a scientist, providing them with the ideal environment for engagement and agency.
Our Middle School programs are designed to assist student’s academic and personal development during this exciting time of change and growth with an incredibly diverse range of opportunities to explore.
Our Senior School students are offered the valuable choice between the VCE or IBDP. Our programs are designed to support our students’ successful transition into the world beyond our school gates.
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Congratulations to our St Leonard’s College Swimming team who won their 5th ACS swimming title in a row on Tuesday 12 March. The team won all sections (Boys, Girls and Overall) convincingly and were never headed from the first race.
Susanne Haake, St Leonard's College Director of Academic Development, shares insights into our academic priorities for 2019. These priorities include fostering conceptual understanding, encouraging student agency and responsibility, and lastly developing a growth mindset, grit and perseverance.
Felicity Hutton, St Leonard’s College Head of Junior School shares how to encourage your child to talk about their day.