Best Schools in Melbourne

Best Schools in Melbourne
School Auditorium Source: Pexels

Below is a list of the top and leading Schools in Melbourne. To help you find the best schools located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Melbourne’s Best Schools:

The top-rated schools offering the best quality education for you or your loved ones and  are:

  • St Catherine’s School
  • The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School
  • Caulfield Grammar School

If you are a school owner or you know other schools or places in Melbourne that should be on this list, please submit your details here and we will review your submission.

St Catherine’s School

Best Schools in Melbourne
St. Catherine’s School Source: www.stcatherines.net.au

St Catherine’s School Established in 1896, their reputation as a leader in girls’ education, for well over a century, is based on their readiness to embrace innovation. Their goals are in keeping with our founders’ original aim to prepare students for life; not only through education but also empowering girls to take ownership of their learning through active participation and engagement in School academic and co-curricular programs.

Products/Services:

School Reception, Drama Centre, Gymnasium, Health Centre, Uniform Shop. Campbell house.

Location:

Address17 Heyington Pl, Toorak VIC 3142
Phone: (03) 9822 1285
Website: www.stcatherines.net.au

Review:

“The school is a very good school with great teachers and good facilities. Anyone looking for a school, Come to st. Catherines.”- Lucia Tabbagh

The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School

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Mac Robertson Girls School Source: www.macrob.vic.edu.au

The Mac.Robertson Girls’ High School is unique in its role as an academic select-entry school for girls in the state of Victoria. The selective nature of entry results in a broad socio-economic and cultural mix, as well as a strong commitment to academic excellence. Their students and staff work collaboratively to develop transnational awareness, empathy, as well as creative and critical thinking skills to prepare for an unknown future. The school provides an educational experience that equips our students for tertiary study and leadership roles in the academic, professional and business communities for a global context, and develops interests and skills to enhance their personal lives.

Products/Services:

School Clubs, Debating & Public Speaking, Drama, Music, Sports, e-Learning, Academic Curriculum.

Location:

Address350-370 Kings Way, Melbourne VIC 3004
Phone: (03) 9864 7700
Website: www.macrob.vic.edu.au

Review:

“A wonderful learning environment! Everyone’s really lovely and encouraging! and (most) teachers are really knowledgable and teach in a fun and interesting way. The only thing to make it better would be prettier buildings… and microwaves.”- Jodie Husman

Caulfield Grammar School

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Caufield Grammar School Source: www.caulfieldgs.vic.edu.au

Caulfield Grammar School has been the governing body since 1931, with responsibility for the overall management of our school vested in the Principal, Mr. Ashleigh Martin. Mr. Martin is just the tenth head of Caulfield Grammar School. The Principal leads the School Executive, which takes responsibility for the operations of the school, with responsibility for the day-to-day operations of each campus vested in the Heads of Campus. One of the great benefits of a multi-campus school is the ability to draw on the rich variety of people and resources from each of our five campuses.

Product/Services:

Academic Learning, Personal Development, Earth Studies, Internationalism, Learning Mentors.

Location:

Address217 Glen Eira Rd, St Kilda East VIC 3183
Phone: (03) 9524 6300
Website: www.caulfieldgs.vic.edu.au

Review:

“When looking at a private school with annual fees in the $25k-$30k range you are normally comparing only a handful of similar education options – although it has also been suggested that a similar result might be achieved via a decent public school and paying for multiple tutors and enrolling in many extracurricular activities (you might need to relocate your home address into a popular school zone).”- Craig Lawrence