The Hamilton and Alexandra College
Our boarders not only have the opportunity to produce great academic outcomes, they 'learn life'.
Students come from regional, rural and metropolitan areas, as well as overseas to access this amazing learning community. With a wide range of curricular and co-curricular programs and world-class facilities, our students' opportunities include the same as their city peers but going beyond with programs such as aviation and equestrian, all with fresh air, space and a safe and nurturing learning environment.
Our boarding houses are set among the beautiful lawns and rambling gardens of the heritage-listed Myrniong Homestead Campus. Boarders come from a wide range of destinations in rural and regional Australia, Metropolitan and overseas. They have a wonderful opportunity to make the most of the wide range of co-curricular activities on offer at the school both during the day and after hours.
SUPPORT & CARE
Dedicated boarding trained staff care for the boarders and contribute to their academic, social, co-curricular and pastoral care. Academic staff members supervise study sessions during the week so boarders can get help when they are doing their homework. The College nurse is available to care for boarders when they are unwell. Trained chefs prepare quality meals and cater for individual dietary needs. Breakfast and dinner are served in the refectory on-site and a cut lunch is provided each day, allowing boarders to integrate with the day students at the Senior Campus throughout the day.
- Boarding Years Offered
- School Years Offered
- ELC -12
- Number of Boarders
- Number of Day Students
- Number of Girls
- Number of Boys
- Religious Affiliation
- Associated with the Uniting Church
- Indigenous Scholarship Programme
- International Baccalaureate
- CRICOS provider
(Full Fee Paying Overseas Students)