Anglican Schools Commission
Founded in 1985, the core purpose of the Anglican Schools Commission is to establish and support Anglican Systemic Schools which are co-educational communities of excellence and educational centres of caring. Growing from modest beginnings with the opening of St Mark’s Anglican Community School in 1986 in Perth’s northern beaches suburb of Hillarys, there are now approximately 14,000 students attending fourteen ASC schools in Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.
International Programs are co-ordinated through the Anglican Schools Commission International. With a staff of 1500, it is one of the larger non-government schooling systems in Australia. The school offers wide range of School Preparation and English Preparation Courses such as International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, Secondary Graduate Program, Short Term Study Abroad Programs and Study Tour Program.
ASC schools are located in Perth, Mandurah, Busselton and Esperance in Western Australia, in Albury in New South Wales, and in Wangaratta, Wodonga and Cobram in Victoria.
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