What’s In A Name?

When the words ‘alternative’ or ‘special’ are attached to a school’s title, it can conjure up a range of meanings. However, what constitutes these types of independent schools today may come as a surprise – and an enormous relief – to many parents.
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Through the ashes

Following a fire that tore through the Science building of Yarra Valley Grammar in 2012, the school will open the doors to a brand new state-of-the-art Science and Mathematics building that is bigger and better than the last – just in time for the 2015 school year.
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A home away from home

The Geelong College describes its boarding program as a life changing experience. The school provides a space that is a home away from home, a family and a place where students feel confident to push themselves and to experience new ideas and opportunities.
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Principally Speaking…

Based on the core values of compassion, integrity, determination and social responsibility, students from each of St Margaret’s and Berwick Grammar School’s various campuses all belong to one large school community.
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Keeping it real

At Overnewton Anglican Community College’s Year 9 Centre, Canowindra, the school values group and teamwork, and variety within groups. WhichSchool speaks with Head of Canowindra, Derek Summerton.
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