Schools & Colleges
Education has always been at the core of the Anglican philosophy. Indeed, Hale School, the oldest independent boys’ school in Western Australia, was founded in 1858 by the first Anglican Bishop of Perth, Dr Mathew Blagden Hale, a clergyman, educator and social pioneer.
Since then, the Diocese has always made the provision of quality education a priority. As well as the Independent schools for both boys and girls, the Diocese now has through its Anglican Schools Commission 9 low-fee Anglican Community Schools throughout Western Australia providing a high quality, co-educational, inclusive, caring Christian education.
All of our schools are members of the Western Australian Anglican Schools Association.
For university students, St George’s College is the senior residential College within The University of Western Australia.