Need a quick question answered about St Stephen’s School? Find answers to some Frequently Asked Questions below.
How do I enrol my child at St Stephen’s School?
How much does it cost to send my child to St Stephen’s School?
As a not-for-profit organisation, school fees are a significant and essential source of revenue for St Stephen’s School, alongside State and Federal Government funding.
We offer an academic environment that challenges and inspires, where your child will enjoy every opportunity to explore their passions and potential. View our current Fee Schedule.
Do you offer classes/activities outside of school?
St Stephen’s School offers a wide variety of extra-curricular activities and programs, catering for the diverse interests of our students. Students can join clubs, participate in sports or music, volunteer in the community and more. Read more about extra-curricular activities.
Are there any special programs my child can apply for at St Stephen’s School?
St Stephen’s School offers many different Special Programs for students to engage with. From sports development, to learning extension or enrichment there are various opportunities for students to explore. Read more about Special Programs.
My child needs additional support with their learning, what programs do you provide at School?
Our Learning Enrichment program provides developmentally-appropriate intervention based on the individual interests and needs of students requiring assistance. Teachers work closely with students and families to monitor progress and development, personalise learning strategies within mainstream classrooms, and allow students to get the best from a St Stephen’s School education. Read more about the Learning Enrichment program.
What sports activities are offered at St Stephen’s School?
Specialised sports programs can include surfing, swimming, triathlon, field sports, athletics and cross-country, and traditional sports such Australian Rules Football, soccer, basketball, netball, volleyball, tennis, rugby and cricket that can be played at a competitive level. Read more about our programs in each of our dedicated In the Classroom sections.
Do you offer Music and Drama at St Stephen’s School?
Yes. St Stephen’s School offers a comprehensive Music and Drama program. Students can also undertake instrumental tuition, join ensembles, orchestras and choirs. The School hosts a number of drama productions each year including annual School musicals (alternating between Primary and Secondary). Read more about our programs in each of our dedicated In the Classroom sections.
Do you have a Gifted & Talented program?
Yes. Students identified as academically gifted and talented are offered the opportunity to learn in an enriched environment to ensure they reach their full potential. Students in the Gifted & Talented program take part in specialist lessons in creativity, critical thinking and philosophy, focused around the student’s interests and needs. Read more about the Gifted & Talented program.
What study options do you offer in upper Secondary?
In senior Secondary School, Year 11 and 12 students define which pathway will best set them up for success. Each student has access to our Career advisors to work towards finding the best path for them. This could be a direct entry pathway, certification entry pathway or a further training or employment pathway. Read more about the ATAR pathway or VET pathway.
Where is the School located?
Carramar campus is located on St Stephens Crescent, off Joondalup Drive. It includes a Primary School for Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6, and a Secondary School for Year 7 to 12.
Duncraig campus is conveniently located adjacent to the Greenwood Train Station, on Hepburn Avenue. It features a Primary School for Year 3 to 6 and Secondary School for Year 7 to 12. The purpose-built Early Learning Centre at Hepburn Heights, Padbury (across from the Duncraig campus) offers Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2.
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