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As with many independent schools in Australia, school fees alone can cover day-to-day operational costs, but do not provide for ongoing improvements of facilities or the provision of access scholarships. We rely on the generous assistance from our community to ensure we can continue to provide an outstanding education for all students, and extend these opportunities to those students who would otherwise not be so fortunate.
All that we enjoy today – our heritage and modern facilities, our academic success and our innovative programs – was made possible thanks to individuals throughout our history who believed in our College and contributed towards ensuring its future.
Our Foundation seeks to build on our renowned community culture of philanthropy to secure the future success of the College and our students into the next 100 years and beyond. Harnessing this generosity guarantees the future of St Leonard’s College as one of Melbourne’s leading independent schools, and ensures the opportunities afforded by a St Leonard’s education can be enjoyed by generations to come.
Your gift provides a St Leonard’s education to students who would otherwise not be in a position to attend the College.
Your gift to the Building Fund allows the College to develop outstanding new learning facilities.
Allocated at the College’s discretion, your gift supports a variety of capital projects and vital social justice programs.
The new Leonardian Centre sets the stage for our students to explore the power of the performing arts. Seating up to 600 audience members, this magnificent place will continue to inspire a world of imagination and storytelling through the magic of creative expression.
Providing our students with the optimum learning environments for the pursuit of academic excellence and critical thinking, including two new STEM laboratories.
Featuring 11 flexible break out learning spaces, 9 collaborative study nooks, a tertiary style lecturette, a custom built examination space and community common area.
Connecting the College community and featuring an outdoor performance stage and digital screen.
With hot-desking capability and professional presentation space.