St Aloysius College

SCORE
93 / 100
Schools in Adelaide
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St Aloysius College is a school in Australia that is located in a place called Adelaide, which is found in the region of SA, Australia.


St Aloysius College Review


St Aloysius College gets a score of 93 out of a possible 100.

St Aloysius College is one of the highest rated schools in all of Australia, and is certainly regarded as a top school choice in SA.

Score ratings (100):
Teachers Facilities Performance Community Spirit
94 97 92 93 93

Overview

The official name of this school is St Aloysius College.

It is a Private Girls School.

Entrance to the school is via 53 Wakefield St.

Fees and Costs

This is an elite school for Girls with a very high fee per semester. It is classed as one of the most expensive schools in Australia.

Admissions to St Aloysius College

St Aloysius College accepts students that are eligible to be enrolled in an Australian Educational institution. International students are welcome to apply, however there is no guarantee of a placement at St Aloysius College.

Acceptance at St Aloysius College is based on several factors, some including home address zoning, past academic performance and grades, financial situation, current enrolment waitlists and sometimes where compassionate grounds can be established.

Studying at St Aloysius College

St Aloysius College is a registered education institution and is currently accepting new student enrolments for 2021/2022.

For more information about applying to St Aloysius College, please visit their website by clicking the apply button at the top of their page (if eligible).

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Scholarships at St Aloysius College

St Aloysius College potentially has scholarships available for 2021 / 2022. You will need to get in touch with the school directly for details.

Teachers

Teachers from St Aloysius College are fully qualified and are experts in teaching students in at the Australian level. Teaching is of the highest standard, and is certified by the local council in Adelaide and state government in SA.

It was fantastic when I attended.

Students

St Aloysius College is classed as specialising in Education.

NOTE:

A primary school is an institution that typically caters towards students of the ages between 5 and 12. Traditional Primary schools run levels between Prep and Grade 6.

A secondary school institution is classed as a High School, meaning it generally takes in students aged between 12 and 18, and only offers Grades from 6 to 12.

Please enquire directly with St Aloysius College to obtain the rules around age groups and grade levels for Education.



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