Woodcroft College is a co-educational Anglican K-12 school, which was founded in 1989.
It is situated at Morphett Vale, 25 kms south of the Adelaide CBD near the wine growing areas of McLaren Vale and the beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
It is a vibrant school community with a student population of 1400.
The school is set in spacious, landscaped grounds with modern buildings (including a Gymnasium and Primary Hall), extensive playing fields, and courts. Specialist teaching areas are well equipped with up-to-date resources, the latest information and communications technology and all rooms are fully air-conditioned.
The school prides itself on its innovative curriculum, with school completion available through either the South Australian Certificate of Education or the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Students can specialise in the curriculum areas of science, IT, humanities, languages, hospitality and tourism.
Intensive English is taught on-site and students are also included in some classes with local mainstream students. Students are encouraged to be involved in cultural activities and gain an insight into the richness and uniqueness of the Australian environment through interstate, outback and overseas trips.
Students from all cultural backgrounds are welcome. The school has a strong international focus and students are welcomed from many countries. Particular links with Italy, Germany, Japan, and China are fostered, as these languages are taught at the school. Chinese and German are both taught as a first language.
The school has a strong pastoral care focus and a broad extra-curricular program (involving outdoor education, sports, clubs, and performing arts). Parents send their children to Woodcroft College expecting a balance of care and discipline.
International students attending Woodcroft College are included in the local community in carefully selected homestay families.
For more information about Woodcroft College, please telephone the Director of International