St. Andrew’s Grammar is a co-educational day school located on 9 hectares of land in Dianella, only 12km north of the Perth CBD. The school caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 12 and operates as three sub-schools: Junior (Years K-5), Middle (Years 6-9) and Senior (Years 10-12). Curriculum continuity and educational management policy bind the sub-schools to create a single entity that is St. Andrew’s Grammar.
The school's focus is on providing its students with a unique Orthodox Christian and Hellenic experience with a particular concentration on academic excellence, Greek language and Greek culture, within a safe and caring learning environment.
The ever-increasing school facilities comprise modern, bright and well-equipped classrooms. In addition to areas set aside for specialist subjects, the school has an innovative and progressive Early Learning Centre. The spacious play areas are continually being upgraded and improved as the growth of the school expands.
To keep up with the swift advancement of technology, the school has chosen to push itself in becoming a leader in digital schooling. St. Andrews recognises that it is imperative for schools to adopt new technology into their curriculum as it allows students to achieve the best possible opportunities for learning. From Years 5 to 12, a 1 to 1 iPad program as been set in place, encouraging students to learn in a stimulating manner within a traditional classroom. As for staff, their teaching methods have come to be amplified due to this technological introduction.
St. Andrews Grammar is wholly owned by the Hellenic Community of WA Inc. It was formed as a multi-cultural school with the aim of providing affordable educational opportunities for families seeking a Christian ethic for their children. A School Board forms the governing body of the school and comprises of representatives from the HCWA, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, the Parents & Friends Association and the Greek Government through the Consul of Greece.
For more information, please visit the St. Andrews Grammar website.