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Wesley College Melbourne - St Kilda Road Campus

Wesley College Melbourne - St Kilda Road Campus

577 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, VIC 3004, Australia

+613 8102 6508



Wesley College Melbourne - St Kilda Road Campus
School type Coeducational Day & Boarding
Founded 1866
Status Private, Independent
Principal Mr Nicholas Evans
Language of Instruction English
Co-ed Age Range 3-18
Number of pupils 3,200
Years 7 & 8 AUS$28,300 - AUS$29,900
Years 9–12 AUS$32,750 - AUS$33,520
Authorised IB Programmes IBDP, IBMYP, IBPYP
Diploma Coordinator Isaac Quist
MYP Coordinator Lynn Payne
PYP Coordinator Sabeena DeBono

Wesley College is a leading coeducational, open-entry school. Established more than 150 years ago, the College has enriched the lives of thousands of students through its outstanding liberal, broad-based curriculum. International students from a range of cultures choose Wesley because of our strong tradition of academic excellence, outstanding curricular and cocurricular programs and state-of-the-art facilities.

Wesley has three metropolitan campuses in Melbourne:

  • Elsternwick, 3-year-olds to Year 9
  • Glen Waverley, 3-year-olds to Year 12
  • St Kilda Road, 3-year-olds to Year 12

Boarding at Wesley

Wesley's dynamic new boarding facility, Learning in Residence, is purpose-built for Senior School students (Years 10–12), from metropolitan Melbourne, rural Australia and various international locations.

The modern Learning in Residence facility features twin-share rooms with en suites, a central courtyard and a 240 seat communal dining room. On the Glen Waverley Campus, adjacent to the Senior School, students have immediate access to sport, music and drama facilities. Students are supported with outstanding academic mentoring, pastoral care, and a range of extension and cocurricular opportunities to help them develop intellectually, emotionally, physically, socially and spiritually.

Enrolments are open for full-time and weekly boarding options.

Academic excellence

Wesley places the highest value on academic excellence, and encourages each student to aspire to achieve excellence in all areas of learning.

Wesley is one of the top International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in Australia, and one of the only schools in Victoria to offer the IB continuum from Primary through to Middle and Senior Schools.

Cocurricular learning

What sets Wesley apart are the opportunities for students to explore their interests and talents across a rich variety of activities, from visual and performing arts, to sport, music, outdoor education and community service. With a choice of 19 sports, 23 bands, 21 chamber ensembles, 16 choirs, 10 orchestras, 7 musicals and 4 theatre performances, there’s something for every student. Wesley students have won countless awards for their outstanding work - in debating, music, visual arts, drama and literary festivals.

Tertiary destinations

Our students graduate with much more than an ATAR score. Each student is encouraged to aspire to achieve excellence and personal best in all areas of endeavour. The majority of students are offered a place at either The University of Melbourne or Monash University. Many also choose to study at leading international universities including Oxford, Cambridge and Harvard, within such fields as medicine, law, commerce, politics, science and information technology. Students applying to study at The University of Melbourne may receive preferential entry through the Melbourne Schools Partnership International, of which Wesley College is a member.

Wesley College alumni

Wesley has produced many outstanding alumni. The diversity of their achievements reflects the breadth of opportunities available at the College.

Below is a snapshot of some of our most prominent alumni:

  • 2 former Australian Prime Ministers
  • 1 Nobel Laureate
  • 1 Senior Australian of the Year
  • 1 Kyoto prize winner
  • 23 politicians
  • 13 Rhodes Scholars
  • 1 High Court judge, 7 Supreme Court judges, 2 Federal Court judges and 1 Family Court judge
  • 36 Olympic athletes and 1 world champion athlete
  • 1 Victoria Cross recipient