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Learning Futures was purpose-built for the year 9 cohort to support collaboration and learning, with a particular focus on the CUE Program.
Opening in May 2020, the new Systems Engineering Centre features two new STEM laboratories, designed to inspire the next generation of thinkers.
Opened in January 2020, our purpose-built Senior School building provides the ideal learning environments for the pursuit of academic excellence and critical thinking.
The new Senior School cafeteria is a nurturing space in a multitude of ways, featuring hot desking capability to support informal learning and mentoring.
Opening in May 2020, the Leonardian Centre seats up to 600 audience members and is the ideal venue to showcase the College’s outstanding performing arts program.
The Community Office supports various community initiatives such as Lennie’s Van, College community event planning and coordination, including alumni and the College Foundation management.
Several all-weather sport and multi-purpose play surfaces provide students with vast amounts of space to exercise, play and relax before, during and after school.
The upper primary years of schooling are an important stage as students look for new challenges, eager to learn more about the world around them and their place in it.Read more
Opened in May 2017, the Cornish Library is a space that encourages our community to immerse themselves in literature. The Library includes two quiet rooms for our year 11 andRead more
The TC Woolhouse Theatre (TCW Theatre) provides an inspiring platform for students to revel in the development and delivery of the performing arts. The TCW Theatre hosts a range ofRead more
The Visual Arts Centre has been purpose-built to enhance teaching and learning, and provide new opportunities for our St Leonard’s College students to develop their creative expression.
Built by federal politician and stock agent Arthur C Groom in 1890, Harefield House has been the heart and soul of St Leonard's College for over 60 years.
Our cafeteria provides an open, light-filled area for students to eat and relax during breaks. The space also incorporates a well-equipped Health Centre staffed by qualified medical professionals.
The Hawkes Sports Centre is home to our Centre of Sporting Excellence, and provides our community with space and facilities in which to engage in a range of physical and recreational pursuits.
Our Music School houses purpose-built specialist learning spaces, private tuition suites, a fully equipped recording studio and a state-of-the-art music technology centre.
Our Senior School houses dedicated spaces for art, media, music, a study centre, counselling and careers facilities and large, bright study spaces equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Our Early Learning Centre is designed to inspire creativity, exploration and curiosity in young children. Expansive indoor and outdoor learning spaces provide the setting for a challenging and fun program.
Our Junior School students enjoy modern facilities including technology-equipped classrooms, dedicated performing and visual art learning spaces, and specially designed outdoor work and play areas.
The Middle School building is home to years 7 to 9, and has been specifically designed to assist students’ academic and personal development during this exciting time of change and growth.