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Toorak College

Toorak College

VIC, Melbourne Southern Suburbs & Western Port









"Our dream at Toorak College is to develop passionate, proud and confident young people who dream big and believe there are no limits to what they can achieve.” 

~ Mrs Kristy Kendall, Principal

Potential meets possibility 

Toorak College is where potential meets possibility. Every student is encouraged to embrace every challenge and opportunity and find their passion. 

We welcome girls and boys from Early Learning to Year 4, with a girls-only approach to learning from Year 5.

Personalised learning, quality teaching

Our average class size of 17 enables us to know each student as a learner and as a person. We focus on their strengths and instil in them belief and confidence so they can reach their full potential.

Dynamic curriculum, academic excellence

Inspired by the principles and practices of Reggio Emilia and delivered through the structure of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program, our Junior School inspires a passion for learning. 

In our Senior School, our commitment to academic excellence is delivered through innovative and collaborative teaching programs and a wide range of extracurricular activities. 

World-class facilities

Toorak College's expansive grounds cover 11.5 hectares, with outstanding facilities, beautiful gardens and breathtaking views of Port Phillip Bay. 

Our facilities include:

• Music Centre and amphitheatre

• DIGI (Design, Innovate, Gamify, Inspire) Zone

• Sports facilities including swimming and diving pools, athletics track, squash, tennis and basketball courts, gym, hockey field, dance/aerobics studio

• Visual Arts Centre and photography room

• Wellness Centre and garden

• Senior School and Junior School Libraries

• Multimedia Senior Student Centre 

Boarding at Toorak College

Joan Ansett Hall is a purpose-built boarding facility and provides a comforting ‘home away from home’ for Australian and international students. Our full time, weekday and short stay boarding programs combine care and wellbeing and enable each girl to embrace all that Toorak College offers.

Choosing a school where your child will receive the best possible education and lay the foundations for a bright future is one of the most important decisions a parent can make. At Toorak College, we are a community, and are committed to working together to create a safe, challenging and rewarding experience for your child. 

Key facts

School uniform

School Uniform

The uniform is compulsory and enforced

Number of students

Total enrolment: 754
Up to Year 6: 246
In high school: 508
In Year 12: 65

Gender in depth

Other requirements

Boarding school

Offer IB

Accepts international students

Offers VCAL

Offers VET

Our Curriculum

Subjects overview

Subjects overivew

Math classes: streamed
English classes: mixed
LOTE taught:
Chinese, French, German, Japanese

Senior secondary subjects overview

Senior Secondary Subjects overivew

33 VCE level 3/4 studies
133 VCE students

Senior secondary programs overview

Senior Secondary programs overivew

8 VET program(s) available
14 VET students
VCAL Available

How our students performed in Year 12

VCE Results

Scores of 40+ 18%

Median Score 34

Satisfactory completions of VCE 100%

Satisfactory completions of VET 100%


Bachelor enrolled 95%

TAFE/VET enrolled 2%

Apprentice/Trainee 6%

Employed 3%

Activities and Support staff



12 music options
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28 sporting activities
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24 other clubs, activities and services
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Support staff

Support Staff

32 support staff
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Accelerated learning

Support Staff

1 accelerated learning
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School Details

Principal: Mrs Kristy Kendall

Old Mornington Rd Mount Eliza VIC 3930

Tel: (03) 9788 7200

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