About Us

Prince Alfred College is one of Australia’s leading boys’ schools and is located in spacious grounds near the centre of Adelaide, South Australia.

Established by the Methodist Church in 1869, Prince Alfred College is affiliated with the Uniting Church in Australia and the International Baccalaureate Organisation.

We educate over one thousand boys in our Early Learning Centre, Preparatory School, Middle School and Senior School, aged between 2 and 18 every year, including boarding and international students.  Read more >

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Princes News

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IB Results have now been released. Congratulations to IBDP students John Dongas and William Miller who join SACE student Louis Xiao in achieving the perfect ATAR score of 99.95.  Hearty congratulations to all our IB and SACE graduates on their 2014 performance. For further information on the 2014 SACE and IBDP performance of our boys please see SACE results 2014 and IB Diploma Results 2014.

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College Tours

To learn how your son will be inspired through an education at Princes, please join one of our school tours in 2015:

Tuesday 18 August at 9:30am or
Friday 21 August at 4:30pm (Twilight Tour)

Alternatively, to arrange a personal tour by appointment please contact Matthew Rawes on +61 8 8334 1275 or via email.

Early Learning Centre Tours

The next ELC tour will be held on Wednesday 28 October at 10:00am. To register or to arrange a tour by appointment please contact us on
+61 8 8334 1258 or via email.

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Contact PAC

23 Dequetteville Terrace
PO Box 571 Kent Town
Adelaide, South Australia 5071
(Entrance off the Parade West)

t +61 8 8334 1200
f +61 8 8363 0702

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Student Absentee Notification
TEXT 0427 008 772 or Email

Scholarships

Prince Alfred College is now accepting scholarship applications for new boys to commence at the College in 2016 in Years 10 or 11.

The Prince Alfred College Foundation is currently accepting applications for the Richard Thorne Scholarship.

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