Haileybury is one of the leading independent schools in the Asia-Pacific region with campuses in Keysborough, Brighton, Berwick, Melbourne (City), Darwin and Beijing. The School is acclaimed for its outstanding academic achievements, small class sizes, broad range of co-curricular activities, and state-of-the-art facilities. Learning is based on the different learning styles of students, and on their gender, age, interests and potential.
Haileybury is acclaimed for outstanding academic achievements, small class sizes, extensive co-curricular choices and state-of-the-art facilities. In 2018, it was named Australian School of the Year and Primary School of the Year – Non-government at the Australian Education Awards.
Every year Haileybury achieves outstanding national testing and VCE results, placing it among Australia’s leading academic schools. It has high expectations of students and provides them with the support they need to excel academically.
Haileybury’s enlightened Parallel Education Model recognises the diverse educational needs of girls and boys. They learn together until year 4, then attend separate schools on the same campus from years 5 to 12. While girls and boys benefit from coeducation in their early years, single gender classes in the middle and senior years achieve better academic outcomes.
In 2018, Haileybury Rendall School opened in the Northern Territory. The new School draws upon Haileybury’s award-winning education models and is committed to bringing world-class education to Darwin.