Six Campuses, One School
Haileybury is a global private school, with five campuses in Australia and one in China. Each campus maintains its own distinct personality while still operating under the one Haileybury banner.
Newlands at Keysborough
ELC to Year 8
Newlands opened in the 1970s but 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. Classes are co-instructional up to Year 4. Boys and Girls Middle Schools have parallel facilities. The Newlands ELC offers a full-time 50-week program from 7.30 am to 6.30 pm daily.
There is a fully equipped sports hall; multiple playing fields; tennis, basketball and netball courts; an assembly and concert hall; well-equipped classrooms; a state-of-the-art library and resource centre; computer laboratories; and a drama, visual arts and music complex. Newlands emphasises academic excellence in a supportive environment.
Senior School at Keysborough
Established in the 1960s, the Senior School has undergone a significant expansion and redevelopment in the last decade. It caters for the Senior School students of both boys and girls schools. Most facilities are shared but 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.
The Senior School features a concert hall, music and drama studios, a performance theatrette, a new lecture theatre and tutorial rooms. A library and resource centre, computer laboratories, chapel, hospitality centre, art studios and galleries, gymnasium and extensive sports facilities are also available.
It is a modern senior college environment for boys of Haileybury College and girls of Haileybury Girls College. The Senior School is the hub of Haileybury for students from all areas of the School.
General Facilities at Keysborough
In addition to the specific facilities for Newlands and Senior School, Keysborough has a number of other facilities used by all students at Keysborough and from the other Haileybury campuses. These include sporting fields, two all-weather hockey fields, tennis and netball courts, and a large sporting complex, including two gymnasiums, a 50-metre swimming and diving pool, and a weights room.
ELC to Year 8
Boys and girls are in co-instructional classes to Year 4. Middle Schools operate for boys and girls. Brighton is where the Haileybury story began in 1892. The School moved to its current location in South Road during the 1930s.
Senior School at Brighton
The Senior School (Years 9 to 12) at Brighton provides a close-knit School community within the larger structure of Haileybury. Students have outstanding local facilities and in Years 10 to 12 spend one to one-and-a-half days per week at Keysborough, where they pick up extra subjects and participate in assemblies, House activities and sport.
Brighton features a 25-metre indoor swimming pool, a gym, two ovals, and five basketball and tennis courts; along with newly developed playground areas, a Pre-Senior Centre and Dickinson Hall, which is the School’s performance and assembly centre. There are also computer laboratories, and a library and resource centre. Brighton’s intimate and friendly environment welcomes students and their families into its close community.
ELC to Year 8
Edrington lies close to picturesque Berwick on the outskirts of Melbourne. Edrington teaches both boys and girls from the Early Learning Centre to Year 8. Classes are co-instructional up to Year 4. Girls and Boys Middle Schools have parallel facilities.
Senior School at Berwick
The Senior School (Years 9 to 12) at Berwick provides a close-knit School community within the larger structure of Haileybury. Students have outstanding Senior School buildings including state-of-the-art science and technology facilities. Students in Years 10 to 12 spend one to one-and-a-half days per week at Keysborough, where they pick up extra subjects and participate in assemblies, House activities and sport.
Berwick’s modern facilities feature an assembly and concert hall, indoor pool, a library and resource centre, multiple computer laboratories, four playing fields, six tennis and basketball courts, and a fully-equipped sports hall. Berwick reflects Haileybury’s commitment to developing the new, while upholding strong traditional values.
The City campus is Melbourne’s first Early Learning to Year 12 independent school campus in the CBD.
Haileybury City has been designed to meet the schooling needs of students living in the CBD, other inner and middle suburbs, plus provide an option for parents who work in the city. The campus offers extended hours to cater to parents’ needs.
ELC to Year 8
The School’s newest campus follows Haileybury’s acclaimed academic program while enhancing learning opportunities through wide exposure to galleries, museums, universities and art precincts. The City Early Learning Centre operates from 7.30 am – 6.30 pm, five days a week and 50 weeks of the year. Classes are co-instructional up to Year 4. Girls and Boys Middle Schools have parallel facilities. The Girls Middle School is located on level 4 and the Boys Middle School is located on level 5.
Senior School at City
The Senior School provides a close-knit School community within the larger structure of Haileybury. Students have outstanding facilities within the vertical campus, including state-of-the-art science, art and technology classrooms. Students in Years 10 to 12 will have the option to spend time at Keysborough, where they can pick up extra subjects and participate in assemblies, House activities and sport.
The 10-storey, 13,000 square-metre building has the capacity for over 750 students. Located directly opposite the beautiful Flagstaff Gardens, the campus is walking distance to both Flagstaff and Southern Cross Stations as well as the Docklands. The building itself houses 1,500 square metres of outdoor green recreation space on three terraces, an indoor running track, outstanding classroom facilities and specialist spaces for the creative and performing arts.
Following the School’s success in running the VCE in China Program, the Haileybury International School Tianjin was opened in 2013. Located just outside Beijing, in Wuqing, the School provides a private school education to local students.
As a Chinese private school, the Haileybury International School Tianjin offers the standard Chinese curriculum for students up to Year 9 with a strong emphasis on English. From Year 10, an Australian curriculum is offered and delivered in English, culminating in the VCE. At all year levels, most classes operate with a Chinese and an Australian teacher in the room, both working together to ensure a smooth delivery of the curriculum.
The facilities include teaching classrooms, a library, lecture theatre, science laboratories, music rooms, art studios, gymnasium, tennis and basketball courts, ovals, canteen, clinic, dormitories, and outdoor and courtyard areas. The School can accommodate 1,200 students.
Haileybury Rendall School Darwin is named after the founder of Haileybury, Charles Rendall. Commencing in 2018, Haileybury Rendall School will adapt the best of Haileybury’s academic, social justice and international programs to the education environment in the Northern Territory.
The programs will vary from the Melbourne delivery. Haileybury Rendall School Darwin will incorporate Kormilda Boarding for Aboriginal students. Aboriginal boarding has been operational on the site for 50 years.
The facilities include teaching classrooms, an auditorium, a gymnasium, a library, a swimming pool, two large sporting ovals, six science labs, drama and music studios and more.