Thomas Mitchell Primary school, is located in Endeavour Hills, Victoria, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas Mitchell Primary School"
Trinity Grammar School is a boys' Anglican school located across several campuses in the Melbourne suburb of Kew. It was founded at a meeting of several church figures on November 14, 1902. It opened in 1903, operating out of a church hall. It has among its alumni a number of leading Australian figures, including scientists, politicians and sportspeople. Trinity has a particularly good reputation for developing Australian Rules footballers. Trinity is also infamous for acknowledging only those who have risen to prominent positions in business and sport and not those in arguably more valuable fields like art and music. Trinity is also part of the AGSV. ...more on Wikipedia about "Trinity Grammar School, Victoria"
The University High School, UHS or Uni High is a state high school located in Melbourne, Australia. Home to a population of over 1,000 students, it is one of the highest-scoring state schools in Australia, and is one of the hightest performing non-selective state schools in Victoria. UHS has large music and mathematicics programs, and every year it produces some of Victoria's finest musicians and scientists. ...more on Wikipedia about "University High School, Melbourne"
The Victorian College for the Deaf (VCD), located on St. Kilda Road in Melbourne, Australia, is Victoria's oldest deaf school, opening in 1860. it currently provides education in Auslan, the language of the Australian Deaf community, from prep through to year 12. It has a significant role in the history of Australian Deaf culture. ...more on Wikipedia about "Victorian College for the Deaf"
Wesley College is a coeducational independent school in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Established in 1866, the school is a member of the Associated Public Schools of Victoria (APS) and is of Wesleyan denomination. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wesley College, Melbourne"
Wodonga High School is one of three public high schools in Wodonga which has from years 7 to 12. It has just recently celebrated it's 50th birthday in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wodonga High School"
:This article is about the school in Australia. For the group of colleges in India, see St. Xavier's College. ...more on Wikipedia about "Xavier College"
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