St Peter's Anglican College is part of the South Coast Anglican Schools network.
The College is the only Kindergarten to Year 12 College in the Eurobodalla and is located at Broulee, mid-way between Moruya and Batemans Bay.
Families enjoy the security and convenience of educating their children all at the one campus. Students benefit from continuous interaction with our dedicated teaching staff from Kindergarten right through to Year 12.
St Peter's Anglican College caters fully to every age group, with an Early Childhood School, Junior School, Middle School and Senior School. Every level has a specially developed program and curriculum to address the educational needs of students.
St Peter's Anglican College is at the cutting edge of education by introducing a student mentoring program. This means that each Year 12 student has the benefit of one on one tutoring by a dedicated teacher. This unique initiative gives great opportunities for students to excel in their chosen fields.
The extensive co-curricular program at St Peter's Anglican College is the only one of its kind on the South Coast and runs each term. Activities are held during and after school and include: Tournament of the Minds, Netball, Maths Tutorials, Chess, Recorder Ensemble, Craft, Oz Tag, Pilates, Environment Group, Juggling, Rock Band, Cooking, Golf, Karate, Touch Football, Choir, Crusaders, ASX Games, Social Justice Group, Middle School Tutorials, Big Band, Duke of Edinburgh Award, Trash Percussion, Blues Band, Surfing, Athletics Training, SRC, Running Group, Scrapbooking, Local Area Walking and Car Maintenance and Servicing.
St Peter's Anglican College prides itself not only its academic distinction but on the superb quality of its Music department. The St Peter's Big Band is regularly requested to perform at various sporting, social and church events within the Eurobodalla and across New South Wales with their reputation for fine musicianship preceding them wherever they go.