Where everyone is welcome

We are an Anglican School established by five Anglican priests. This Anglican identity continues to be foundational, and we welcome students from a variety of Christian denominations and other faith traditions to our learning community.

Whilst not all parents will share the Christian faith, we ask they encourage their child to approach Christian teaching and Christian precepts receptively and openly, and that they attend special family worship services each year together with their child. We believe that everyone can learn from the values taught in this sacred space and invite students to approach the Chapel experience with openness and curiosity.

Counselling and conversations with the Chaplains are always available for students and parents. We encourage the students to participate in the journey of faith as a whole community through honest exchange and a willingness to listen to one another.

Corio Campus

Boarding students at Corio Campus attend Chapel service once during the week at a morning service and each alternate Sunday. In addition to special services such as Easter and Christmas.

The services vary from traditional to more contemporary in style. Our hope is that the teaching of Christian values is relevant and applicable to daily life. These services also provide every student with an opportunity for stillness and reflection.



Life at Corio Campus


The Chapel of St John the Baptist at Timbertop is in itself a gift and a blessing to the community. At Timbertop, the whole school community – made up of a wide range of religious affiliations – meets frequently through the week at the Chapel for singing and music practice, Chapel concerts, special announcements or perhaps a communion service.

For some students and teachers, Year 9 at Timbertop is also the time when they begin to explore their faith in a new way as familiar surroundings and normal academic, cultural and sporting environments are transformed.

Life at Timbertop

Toorak Campus

The Toorak Campus has a close and historic association with St John’s Anglican Church, in Toorak. Students in Prep to Year 6 attend services once a term and also participate in a Chapel service once a term at School in the Isabel McComas Hall. The annual Easter Service and Carol Service, to which all members of the community are invited, are also held at St John’s Anglican Church.

Life at Toorak Campus

Bostock House

Our students at Bostock House attend Chapel each term, allowing them to become familiar with the customs of the Anglican Church, and to take part in the quiet reflection time. Our Chaplains from the Corio Campus welcome and lead us through the service each term, which takes place at the All Saints Church in Newtown. Students also visit the Chapel of All Saints at Corio Campus through the course of the year.

Life at Bostock House