The Kilmore International School
About The Kilmore International School
The Kilmore International School is a mixed, selective, non-denominational, independent, international school in Victoria, educating students from year 3 to year 12 and has a reputation for outstanding academic results. The school is situated in Kilmore, and currently has over 430 pupils, with around 170 in boarding.
The School is modeled on international schools overseas. It was established in 1990 to provide a true and exceptional international education for students, whether local or from abroad. The heritage listed main buildings of the school are imposing and were originally built in 19th century.
The school has an extensive curriculum including an extensive language programme, music and drama studios, art rooms, computer laboratories, a language learning centre and expansive school grounds, with a soccer pitch, football field, basketball courts, and tennis courts.
The Kilmore International School follows the Australian Curriculum in years 3 to 10. At junior school, students are taught a broad and balanced learning programme where they can explore their skills and be encouraged to learn and grow in a safe environment. The middle and senior schools prepare students for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, resulting in high academic expectations with a focus on fundamental skills, knowledge and understanding. This is supported by dedicated teachers, who all have specialist training and experience. Extra academic support is provided in the form of after-school tuition.
The Kilmore International School wants all staff and students to feel valued in a stimulating and welcoming learning environment. It aims to develop the ethical, intellectual, cultural, social and physical growth of students and to nurture their individual skills and talents. Citizenship and community spirit are actively encouraged, while a high standard of good behaviour and manners is expected at all times. The professional development of staff and students is a priority.