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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).
Congratulations to our Class of 2020 on achieving exceptional academic results, including a median ATAR of 90.85, despite the challenges of COVID-19.
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.
In support of the Inspiring Innovations development, we invite members of our community to make a lasting and meaningful contribution to the cultural history of St Leonard’s College by donating to our seat naming campaign.
Donations of $1,000 will be recognised with a name plaque on a seat in The Leonardian Centre.
Your meaningful gift to our seat naming campaign is tax deductible.
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Stuart Davis, Principal, reflects on our College theme of Diversity • Equity • Respect • Friendship, in the context of Olympism.
Dr Deborah Trengove shares the key foundations for healthy friendships.
Dr Judith Locke is a Clinical Psychologist and child wellbeing specialist who presents sessions for parents and teachers at schools around Australia, New Zealand and internationally.