Pembroke School

Pembroke School was established in January of 1974 through the amalgamation of two single-sex schools, King’s College for boys, and Girton Girls' College.

King's College a boys' school established in 1923 and Girton Girls' College was established in 1915. Our girls and boys learn in a natural, respectful and caring environment. They are challenged and stimulated by the opportunities offered by our broad-ranging academic and co-curricular programme.

Pembroke School Aim:-

  1. To offer our students the means to develop broad and deep knowledge base thus enabling them to act effectively as well-informed citizens.

  2. To create a dynamic learning community which encourages self-management, curiosity, intellectual rigour, enjoyment, innovation and the realisation of each individual's potential.

  3. To facilitate the social, physical and emotional development of each student emphasising personal growth, integrity, respect for differences in people, resilience, an appreciation of the environment, a sense of social responsibility and care for others;

  4. To encourage the exploration of students' spiritual values and their power to make ethical decisions;

  5. To promote thoughtful, respectful and informed participation in the community locally, nationally and internationally with an emphasis on seeking justice for all.

At A Glance

City, State Adelaide, South Australia
School Type Coeducational, day and boarding
Religion Non-denominational
Established since 1974
Year Level Kindergarten to Year 12
School population 1545
Accommodation Two boarding houses, Campbell House for boys, located on the King’s Campus and Turner House for Girls, located on the Girton Campus.

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