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Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School Open Day
29 April 2022 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Open Day: Friday 29 April 2022 9am-10:30am
Address: 5a Glenroy Ave, Middle Cove
Phone: +612 9417 3193
Email: [email protected]
Type of School: Independent, Non-denominational, Co-ed, Preschool-Year 12 g
This Open Day event has been adapted to ensure our community stays healthy with COVID-safe practices in place. All guests must pre-register and sanitise hands on arrival at our beautiful bushland campus and maintain social distance between family group.
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School is an independent, co-educational school catering for children from Preschool through to Year 12. The school is situated on three inspiring campuses on Sydney’s lower north shore. Our main campus at Middle Cove (Years 3-12) is located in a pristine bushland setting reaching down to Middle Harbour. The Kindergarten to Year 2 campus is situated nearby in Castlecrag while our Preschool is in Willoughby.
For over 60 years, Glenaeon has provided an academically challenging, culturally enriching, warm, and nurturing environment for young students. Through a broad and challenging curriculum and co-curricular programme, students are encouraged to think creatively, act ethically, and express themselves culturally. Our goal is to help students find meaning in life, and to live a life with meaning.
The school blends the NSW Board of Studies Curriculum with the ACARA- recognised Australian Steiner Curriculum and offers a wide range of subjects to HSC level. In 2020, Glenaeon ranked 64th in the top NSW schools with a top ATAR of 99.55
All Glenaeon students participate in the aesthetic program of drawing, painting, music and drama. A wide range of co-curricular activities are offered including a computer coding, debating, intra and inter-school sports competitions including fencing, netball and soccer and several music ensembles, bands and choirs. The school’s award-winning Outdoor Education program builds skills in adventure activities across Australia. Each year high school students undertake challenging expeditions including Tasmania’s Overland Track and Kakadu National Park.
To find out more about meaning and direction through a Glenaeon education, call 61 2 9417 3193 or visit www.glenaeon.nsw.edu.au