Cycle Four | 12 to 15 Years Old Program

Program Overview

The Montessori adolescent program is the beginning of the transition into adulthood.We surround students with passionate teachers who can light that essential spark to ask more and expect more. We encourage students to push the boundaries and start creating their own path in life in a secure, supportive community.

Students are living in the most intensely stimulating period in the history of the Earth and adolescence is a time of immense maturing socially, mentally and physically. So education needs to be flexible, relevant and innovative, so your child can find their unique place in their world.

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Timetable

8.45am to 3:45pm
Monday to Friday


2021 Tuition Fees

$4,533 per term

$18,130 per annum


Siblings discount available:

  • 5% 2nd Child
  • 15% 3rd Child
  • 25% 4th Child

BYOD Program

Prospectus

Download our NEW prospectus here or contact us on 03 9191 5202 to arrange for the prospectus to be mailed to you!


Supporting students to become

Areas of Study

Humanities
Geography, History and Commerce

Study prehistoric societies, ancient Empires, societies in transition and investigate present and future challenges.

Physical Expression
Physical Education and Camps

Providing opportunities to explore traditional and non-traditional sports, physical activities and expressions in an inclusive, student-centered manner.

Languages
Italian, Mandarin and French

Students immerse themselves in a foreign language; exploring the culture and advancing reading, writing, speaking and listening skills.

Micro-Economy
Business, Finance and Marketing

Managing student run businesses enhances understanding of manufacturing and marketing and develops finance and customer relations skills.

Creative Expression
Art, Music and Performance

Self expression through participation in creative art and design, performance and music builds confidence and is critical for the development of adolescent personality.

The Farm
Learning through Work

Working in a farm setting assists young adolescents to realise their capabilities, demonstrate genuine life-dependent responsibility and to develop their
sense of self and connection to the land.