The Armidale School
The Armidale School (TAS) is an independent, Anglican day and boarding school for boys and girls located in Armidale on the New England tablelands of northern New South Wales, Australia. Founded in 1894, it has a non-selective enrolment policy and offers a diverse curriculum with a focus on academic achievement. TAS is co-educational across all years and current enrolments stand at over 640 students, including over 200 boarders from Years 6-12. It has a Junior School catering for Transition (pre-Kindergarten) to Year 5, a Middle School (Years 6-8) and a Senior School (Years 9-12).
Set on a spacious 25-hectare campus, the school features a mix of historic and modern buildings, all of which reflect elements of the outstanding original building designed by noted architect Sir John Sulman in 1892. The extensive facilities of the school include a creative arts precinct, the heart of which is the Hoskins Centre. This facility incorporates a 240-seat performance theatre, specialist art and drama rooms and fully equipped sound and lighting desk. The adjacent Music Centre includes an audio recording studio and facilities for group and individual tuition.
TAS is very proud of its considerable sporting facilities. The Sports and Swim Centre includes a heated indoor 25 metre swimming pool, gymnasium with a basketball court and indoor climbing wall and a popular, fully equipped weights room. The outdoor sporting facilities include, seven sporting ovals (one under lights), rifle range, basketball courts and seven tennis courts.
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