Established in the 1960s on spacious grounds, the Keysborough campus is home to two teaching precincts – Newlands and Senior School.
Newlands has existed since the 1970s, however, it has undergone major refurbishment and development in the last seven years. Both boys and girls attend Newlands from the Early Learning Centre to Year 8. Boys and girls Middle Schools have parallel facilities.
Established in the 1960s, the Senior School precinct has undergone a massive expansion and redevelopment in the last five years. The precinct caters for the Senior School students of both boys and girls schools. Most infrastructures are shared, however, boys and girls each have a complex for study and pastoral care. It is laid out in university style, with many buildings dedicated to a particular curriculum area.