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Hills Adventist College offers a comprehensive education for your children, from Pre-school, and a pre-kinder year called "Prep", to Primary School and onto Secondary School across two campuses. We offer educational opportunities in a setting that we have found is profoundly beneficial to our students and have structured these important years to offer an Early Learning Centre (3-5 year olds which encompasses Pre-School and Prep programs); Junior School (Kindergarten to Year 4), Middle School (Years 5-8, Kellyville only) and Senior School (Years 9-12, Kellyville only)
Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most significant decisions you will make during their lives. It is a decision that will not only shape their development and character during their school years, but will also determine the type of person they become throughout their life. Therefore, when it comes to making this decision, you are seeking the very best environment for your children.
Hills Adventist College provides an opportunity for students to realise their hopes and aspirations. Hills is a place where they can feel safe, happy and nurtured and have the ideal platform on which to grow into a healthy, confident and capable adult. Hills staff supports them on their journey, acknowledging their uniqueness and individual qualities and talents, each one having their own goals and directions.
Hills Adventist College staff understands each stage of the development of children, and the importance of nurturing them for today to prepare them for an unknown future. Hills staff encourage students to make the most of their individual potential and to get the best from their education. The strong academic record is just part of the story. The College understands the need to cater for the whole child and therefore offers a balanced educational experience which includes a showcase of exceptional co-curricular programs. We are deeply committed to academic, sporting and cultural excellence. We are equally committed to service both locally and overseas, and the importance of teaching children that they can make a difference as a member of the 'global village'.