Schools associated with the Armidale Diocese
Calrossy Anglican School
Principal:Mr David Smith
Calrossy is a dynamic, caring and Christian environment in which boys and girls may grow to be adults of faith, integrity, courage and compassion, with a love of learning. It is structured on a Diamond Model whereby boys and girls work together in Prep to Year 6, with Year 7-9 in single gender classes on the sprawling William Cowper Campus. The Year 10-12 students are in mostly co-educational classes on the specialised senior campus at Brisbane Street. The school has a significant boarding population in the secondary years. There are approximately 1000 students in total in the school.
New England Girl’s School
Principal:Ms Kathy Bishop
Originally founded in 1895 as an Anglican girls school and located in Armidale, NEGS provides an educational experience for both boys and girls in Junior School, and a tailored learning environment for young women in Senior School, with boarding houses to facilitate the educational needs of students living outside of Armidale. The beautiful 50 hectare campus has a mix of old and new heritage listed buildings with state of the Art Science laboratories, a multi-purpose centre and a national standard Equestrian Centre. The chaplain is the Rev. Tam Ramsay.
The Armidale School
Headmaster:Mr Alan Jones
The Armidale School is an Anglican day and boarding school for boys and girls, located in Armidale. It has a junior school from transition (four years old) to year five, a middle school from years six to eight and a senior school from years nine to 12. The school is known for its focus on individual attention, excellent academic results and emphasis on student leadership and outdoor education. Its chaplain is the Rev. Richard Newton.