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Karabar High School is located in Queanbeyan, NSW. We are a proudly comprehensive and inclusive high school, providing opportunities for all students to reach and extend their learning potential. We are equally proud to be a NSW Department of Education Partially Selective High School whilst also being co-partners in the Queanbeyan and South East Industry Training College. Our school also offers a selective performing arts program that can be accessed by gifted and talented performing arts students from across the region. Through our comprehensive, inclusive and individualised programs we are pleased and honoured to be active partners in building the future.

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To offer our students the means to develop a broad and deep knowledge base thus enabling them to act effectively as well-informed citizens. To create a dynamic learning community which encourages self-management, curiosity, intellectual rigour, enjoyment, innovation and the realisation of each individuals potential. To facilitate the social, physical and emotional development of each student emphasising personal growth, integrity, respect for differences in people, resilience, an appreciation of the environment, a sense of social responsibility and care for others. To encourage the exploration of students spiritual values and their power to make ethical decisions. To promote thoughtful, respectful and informed participation in the community locally, nationally and internationally with an emphasis on seeking justice for all.

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The vision and values of a community form the foundations from which decisions are made. For this reason Pacific Coast Christian School intentionally upholds the following statements: We desire to start and end with knowing God in all our endeavours. To this end staff, will be appointed who are committed to live worshipfully under God. They will intentionally live under the authority of God’s word and interpret it thoroughly and reasonably with the guidance of His Holy Spirit. We will strive to help each child achieve their God given potential, by providing appropriate educational opportunities according to each one’s abilities. We endeavour to nurture, encourage and train students: into a love of learning and a desire for excellence. to accept personal responsibility for themselves. to act within an ethos of service towards others to display an understanding of God’s perspective. We uphold safe relationships through being just and fair according to Biblical principles. We strive to be compassionate and merciful as God is to us in all aspects of school life.

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Active contributors in society Independent and critical thinkers who persevere with tasks and set high standards for themselves. A creative environment which enhances student abilities and promotes confidence. A supportive school community in which all members know that they belong. Diversity, and respect for individuals, as we listen to each other and work together.

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​​​​​Brisbane State High School was founded on 1 July 1921, following the amalgamation of the Central Technical College High School, the Brisbane Junior State High School, and the High Top at Wynnum State School. ​Since its inception in 1921, Brisbane State High School has come to symbolise and exemplify the excellence of state school education. Students are surrounded by possibility and opportunity in many diverse areas of academia, sport, culture, international experience and community responsibility. In its first terms, 490 students received instruction in the buildings of the old Normal School on the corner of Adelaide and Edward Streets, Brisbane. From the beginning, this site was unsuitable and construction soon began on a new school. On 1 January 1925, the new academic year began in the Red Brick Building at the southern end of Musgrave Park in South Brisbane. Foundation Principal, Mr Isaac Waddle, guided the school for the first 24 years and established many of its characteristics including the high academic reputation of the school. In the decades since 1921, the school has grown dramatically, with a current population of approximately 3,150 students housed on two campus sites on Vulture and Merivale Streets. In 2015, we open a third campus on Edmondstone Street to house our Year 7 students for the first year of Year 7 joining high school. Following the completion of our state-of-the-art Kurilpa Building (I Block) on the Merivale Street Campus, our Year 7 students have joined the rest of our students on Merivale Street and Vulture Street Campuses and the Edmondstone Street site has been reverted back into a carpark. ​

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Our international curriculum, holistic education and excellent academic results prepare our students for further studies around the world and position ISWA as a well-recognised and sought after international school. Our growing, energetic and enthusiastic international community of students, teachers and parents all work together to provide a nurturing, inclusive learning environment. Our warmth of welcome enables students and families to quickly develop a strong sense of belonging to our school community where cultural diversity is embraced and celebrated.

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Each year when I meet the new boys on their first day of school, I am filled with the hope that every student will be able to discover his unique God-given talents, enabling him to grow into the best man he can be. With an extensive range of world class educational programmes — including the International Baccalaureate, vocational competencies and one of the broadest range of co-curricular activities — Trinity provides a wealth of opportunities for every boy to develop his skills, whatever they might be.

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Thank you for taking time to discover Hills Grammar! People do this in many different ways and often over many years, relying on word of mouth, surfing the web, speaking to current or past families, attending a Principal’s Tour or Open Day and by reading publications. I invite you to do all of these things. It is right and proper that parents and carers explore and seek a school that will understand their hopes and aspirations for their children and strive in partnership to achieve an ‘extraordinary education’.

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Welcome To Thomas Hassall Anglican College Website. The College Is Named After Reverend Thomas Hassall, One Of The Great Pioneers Of Education In New South Wales.We Are Strategically Located On 24 Acres In Middleton Grange In Sydney's Emerging South West. Learning Occurs In Modern Buildings And The College Has A Wide Range Of Specialist Facilities And Resources. Our College Is Registered And Accredited With The Board Of Studies And Is Committed To The Achievement Of Quality Learning Outcomes.

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Since our pioneering days in the late 1800s, the Kambala community has shared a common goal: to educate “the whole girl”. Kambala began as a humble class of 12 girls taught in a terrace house in Woollahra by Miss Louisa Gurney, the daughter of an English clergyman. Louisa was later joined by Mademoiselle Augustine Soubeiran who became Co-Principal. The School moved again in 1891 to a larger property in Bellevue Hill called ‘Kambala’. In 1913, with an enrolment of nearly 50, the School moved again to its present site on New South Head Road in Rose Bay. The School operated within the Tivoli townhouse, the home of Captain William Dumaresq. Tivoli has undergone several extensions and restorations; today, it remains the home to Kambala’s boarders in Years 7 to 10 who enjoy some of the best harbour views Sydney has to offer. In 1926, Kambala became a Church of England Foundation School with an independent council. Kambala has strengthened its reputation for academic excellence and the education of “the whole girl” through continually evolving teaching and learning practices, improving facilities, and expanding the opportunities provided to students.

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