Prep them well for VCE

A premier school in Melbourne's north west, with consistently high academic results

Overnewton Anglican Community College, Keilor Campus opened in 1987 in direct response to community need for accessible quality education in the north west of Melbourne. The second campus, at Taylors Lakes, opened in 1996.

Consistently high academic results

Our VCE results are particularly pleasing when we consider that Overnewton encourages all students to complete the VCE regardless of their academic ability. See VCE Results. Overnewton participates in the NAPLAN tests and results can be viewed here.

Four schools, two campuses, one college

The College is organised into Junior School (Preparatory – Year 4), Middle School (Years 5 - 8), Canowindra (Year 9), and Senior School (Years 10 - 12). Each Campus has a Junior School and a Middle School with Canowindra located at the Taylors Lakes Campus and the Senior School at the Keilor Campus. Each School has its own Head of School and its own Parent Support Team and is functionally self-contained. The structure gives a small school community intimacy to the entire College and is supported by our large school facilities, large VCE subject choice and support services. The College is a safe, happy, ordered environment in which disciplined behaviour is a natural outcome of motivated students, engaging and demanding programs and excellent pastoral care systems.
View Junior School, Middle School, Year 9 Canowindra, Senior School.

Proudly Anglican

The College has a Chaplain at each campus and every child attends Chapel once a week. Christian festivals are celebrated, Christian values are promoted and active faith is encouraged. Religious Studies is taught from Preparatory Year to Year 11.

Affordable education

To allow access to our education, the College maintains affordable fees with State and Commonwealth Government funding providing the balance.

Parental involvement

Recognising that education is a partnership, the College seeks high parental involvement and each family contributes 12 hours of service to the College per term. There are over fifty parent working groups helping in areas such as classroom assistance, gardening, yard duty, student banking, photocopying, catering, canteens and the annual fair. There are regular working bees at each campus. The parental involvement is a key to the success of a student's experience in the College. Students attend the College knowing they have the complete support and commitment of their parents behind them. See Our Community