|Location||Oakleigh, Victoria, Australia|
|Phone||+61 (0)3 9569 6128|
|Fax||+61 (0)3 9568 6558|
Homestay program for international students
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s south-east, we offer excellence in coeducational learning from our Early Learning Centre through to Year 12, and we are a top Australian school. We use internationally renowned learning programs, including the International Baccalaureate – Middle Years Programme, and offer technology for learning and exceptional campus facilities.
Our dedicated teaching staff work collaboratively and embrace opportunities for professional development, ensuring that our educational programs remain at the forefront of contemporary education. Small class sizes and additional teaching support ensure that each child’s learning needs are met through challenge for those who are talented, and additional support for those who have areas of difficulty.
Our School ensures that every child is known personally and places the utmost importance on student welfare and safety. Oakleigh Grammar is a multicultural environment with Christian values, where diversity is celebrated and inclusion is encouraged.
Together, we provide our students with a strong sense of belonging to the Oakleigh Grammar School community.
Middle Years Programme (MYP)
We are proud to be one of a small number of schools offering the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme in Melbourne. In line with the International Baccalaureate mission statement, Oakleigh Grammar values education that goes beyond academic development. The school encourages students to develop awareness beyond the individual and his or her immediate community.
The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme encourages both personal and academic achievement. This challenges students to excel in both their studies and personal development.
Given the opportunity to study the Middle Years Programme from Years 6 to 10 provides students with outstanding preparation for VCE studies.
There is a focus on holistic education, and in their final year of studying the Middle Years Programme, students complete a Personal Project. This allows all students to have their own inquiry based on personal interest, setting challenging goals, solving theoretical questions and problems, and reflecting on their own learning outcomes.