St Mark's Anglican Community School located in Perth's northern suburb of Hillarys, has grown from humble beginnings as the first ASC School in 1986, to become a thriving educational community of approximately 1,800 students from Kindergarten to Year 12. As an independent, coeducational, K-12 private school, St Mark's is proud to offer opportunities for all.
St Mark’s is committed to tuition fees providing value for money in delivering an accessible, high quality, inclusive, caring and Christian education. The annual tuition fees for 2021, excluding sibling discounts, are:
- Primary School (Kindy to Year 5): $6,664
- Middle School (Year 6): $9,148
- Middle School (Years 7 and 8): $9,296
- Senior School (Years 9-12): $10,056
Students engage in inquiry-based learning, Physical Education, Art, Music, and spiritual development through Christian and Values Education. To enable students to become well-equipped local and global citizens, St Mark’s offers opportunities for students to become culturally enriched through the teaching of Languages (French and Chinese)
Years 6 to 8: Explore and Flourish
All Middle School students also have the opportunity to access the dedicated facilities the Secondary school has to offer, including Science laboratories, Art rooms, Physical Education and Outdoor Education facilities, the Barbara Godwin Performing Arts Complex and the Tony Stopher Library and Information Centre.
Years 11 and 12: Fulfil and Succeed
Options for Year 11 and 12 students include an ATAR pathway to university and a General/VET pathway to industry. Additionally, St Mark’s offers Curtin University’s UniReady, an enabling program for students wishing to qualify for access into selected degrees at Curtin University, Edith Cowan University and Murdoch University
Since its establishment in 1986 as the first school of the Anglican Schools Commission, St Mark’s has established a long record of supporting students to be their best selves and to contribute positively to the world. Located in the northern coastal suburb of Hillarys and on 11 hectares, St Mark's has excellent facilities and programs providing opportunities for all students.
The School’s Values of Respect, Knowledge, Confidence, Responsibility and Community, together with its faith, are constants, and give the whole School community comfort, direction and moral purpose. Anglicanism underpins all aspects of life at St Mark’s. Participation in Anglican faith and worship is offered to the School community—to students, families and staff—for personal exploration, study and conversation