Haileybury is one of Melbourne’s leading independent schools with campuses at Brighton, Berwick and Keysborough. The School is acclaimed for its outstanding academic achievements, small class sizes, broad range of co-curricular activities, and state-of-the-art facilities. From the Early Learning Centre to the Senior School, learning is student-centred and based on the different learning styles of students, and on their gender, age, interests and potential.
Every year Haileybury achieves outstanding VCE results with about 30% of its students ranked in the top 5% of Australia and more than 95% in the top half of the country.
Haileybury is also the first Victorian independent school to guarantee that classes which count towards the VCE and university entrance score will have no more than 15 students. Haileybury’s commitment to small class sizes extends to all stages of schooling.
Haileybury’s parallel education is an enlightened method of teaching that recognizes the diverse education needs to boys and girls. While boys and girls benefit from learning together in their early years, better educational outcomes are derived through single-gender classes in their middle and senior years. At Haileybury, boys and girls learn together until Year 4. From Year 5 to 12, boys and girls attend separate schools on the same campus. Girls first started at Haileybury in 2000.
A school for boys from the Early Learning Centre to Senior School. It opened in 1892.
Haileybury Girls College
A school for girls from the Early Learning Centre to Senior School.Girls were first admitted in 2000 and Haileybury Girls College was formally established in 2002.
The best of both worlds
* Girls and boys attend the same campuses
* Learning and activities are arranged to reflect the age and gender of the student and the nature of the activities
* Early Learning Centres and Junior Schools (Prep to Year 4) are co-instructional
* Middle Schools and Pre-Senior Centres (Years 5 to 9) are separate for boys and girls
* Years 5 to 9 boys and girls interact for appropriate activities, Co-curricular and Social programs (drama, music, social and community activities and functions)
* Senior School (Years 10 to 12) will generally have single-gender classes except where co-instructional learning is advantageous
* In the Senior School, separate study and recreational areas will be available for boys and girls, or they may choose to use a range of shared community areas.
Early Learning Centres (ELC)
Junior School (Prep - Year 4)
Middle School (Year 5 - Year 8)
Pre-Senior (Year 9)
Senior School (Year 10-12)
Haileybury has a long and proud tradition of educating boys.
Haileybury College is a school for boys from the Early Learning Centre to Senior School. It opened in 1892. There are now over 2000 boys at Haileybury College.
Haileybury Girls College is a school for girls from the Early Learning Centre to Senior School. Girls were first admitted in 2000 and Haileybury Girls College was formally established in 2002.
Haileybury Girls College has over 1300 students from ELC - Year 12 and has established an outstanding record of academic and sporting successes.
Pastoral care is run through the home teachers in Junior School and Middle School and through a vibrant house system in the Senior School.
Haileybury has 3 campuses:
Keysborough - 855 Springvale Road
Brighton - 120 South Road
Berwick - 138 High Street