Our History

The Albury Campus, founded in 2002, sits strategically on a 10ha semi-rural site in the educational hub that incorporates other schools, Charles Sturt University and the TAFE National Environment Centre.

The Wodonga Campus, which was inaugurated in 2004, is nestled on a 10ha parcel of land in the Baranduda growth corridor and flanked by a future sports field precinct on one side and an environmental green belt on another.

Our Albury Campus provides excellence in education to students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Facilities include an ultra-contemporary 20-classroom senior school, purpose-built state-of-the-art science and environment centre, 900-seat capacity multi-purpose hall, a trades skills centre with workshops and a technology laboratory; and specialist classrooms for music, drama, food technology, French and visual arts.

At our Wodonga Campus, we offer excellence in education to students from prep to Year 6 with guaranteed entry into Year 7 at our Albury Campus. Facilities include an all-purpose hall, science laboratories, food technology facilities, a computer lab, visual arts room and an established kitchen garden.

Little Tackers Early Learning Centre is established on the Wodonga Campus to broaden the minds of youngsters through our 2-day program for 3-year-olds and our 3-day program for 4-year-olds.