St Paul's is coming to Drouin!
Continuing the tradition of offering an exemplary education to students across Gippsland, our Drouin Campus will open its doors in January 2025. Now taking enrolments for year levels from Pre-Kinder through to Year 2, we also invite expressions of interest for students who will be in Years 3 through to Year 6.
Situated near McGlone Road and the M1 Freeway, our Drouin Campus will create a place to encourage meaningful connections, with a focus on celebrating the outstanding learning environment at St Paul’s, and will grow annually to reach Year 6.
With our planning permit in hand, we are excited to commit fully to offering a quality independent education to the residents of Drouin and nearby areas. Located on a beautiful elevated thirty-six acre site, detailed preliminary plans for the Early Learning Centre and Prep-Year 2 facilities have already been finalised. Earthworks will commence in late 2023, before building throughout the entirety of 2024 – ready to welcome students for the first day of school in 2025.
The school’s striking design will create a vibrant, contemporary learning environment and a welcoming place for the growing Drouin community. Designed to nestle into the north-facing slope, our purpose-built classrooms will be supplemented by hard courts and playground spaces that will creatively access and blend with the natural landscape to encourage outdoor exploration. The large site will also provide an outstanding opportunity to integrate elements of the outdoors into the curriculum.
As students reach Year 6, they can look forward to a guaranteed place at our Warragul Secondary School, one of Australia’s leading regional schools which consistently achieves the best VCE results in Gippsland.
To discover more about a St Paul’s education and how it can help your child pursue their potential, please contact Bonnie Lai on 5623 5833 or via email email@example.com
The new campus will provide improved educational choice for parents who prioritise and value an outstanding learning environment.
Extending beyond excellent classroom teaching, St Paul’s provides timetabled opportunities for children to broaden their learning with specialist teachers in a range of areas including Japanese, Performing Arts (Music/Drama/Dance), Visual Arts, Sports and Library. In addition, students also participate in Chapel and Assembly activities.
St Paul’s encourages each and every student, supporting and celebrating the individual child in a strong partnership between students, parents and teachers. Through a myriad of co-curricular, service and leadership opportunities beyond the classroom, we encourage our students to develop resilience and confidence as they establish strong foundations that prepare them for navigating the challenges of adolescence.
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