The Woodcroft College
Woodcroft College is a coeducational, Anglican day school for students
from Reception (Kindergarten) to Year 12. It is situated on eight
hectares of land, south of the city of Adelaide, and close to the
beaches and winemaking areas of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
The Woodcroft College aims to provide students with an excellent,
all-round education in a Christian environment. The curriculum is
broad and relevant, and is aimed at meeting the students intellectual,
physical, social and emotional needs. Junior School students study
a core curriculum modelled on the International Baccalaureate Primary
Years Program, while Middle School students study the IB Middle
Years Program. Students in the Senior School can choose between
the IB Diploma and the local South Australian Certificate of Education.
Vocational education courses in a range of areas such as Hospitality,
Tourism and Viticulture can be counted towards the Certificate.
The Woodcroft College has a strong pastoral care focus, a broad
co-curricular program (involving outdoor education, sports, clubs,
and performing arts) and annual student exchanges with Japan, Germany
Experienced, trained staff are employed to assist teachers with
counselling and guidance issues at Woodcroft College.
The Woodcroft College school is set in spacious, landscaped grounds
with modern buildings and extensive playing fields. Specialist teaching
areas are well equipped with up-to-date resources and information
and communications technology.