Prince Alfred College is one of Australia’s leading schools for boys through its Early Learning Centre, Preparatory School (Reception - Year 6) the Middle School (Years 7 - 9) and the Senior School (Years 10 - 12). We proudly acknowledge 140 years of tradition in education, and embrace a contemporary education based on the International Baccalaureate curriculum.
We offer boys and young men an outstanding education in a stunning environment across three campuses.
- The Kent Town Campus is located on 9.8 hectares of spacious grounds near the centre of Adelaide on the fringe of the eastern parklands. This is the primary college Campus, for all children from the Early Learning Centre through to Year 12.
- The Scotts Creek Outdoor Education Centre – located near Morgan and the River Murray in the Riverland’s picturesque wine and citrus growing region, this campus caters for all students from Years 4-11.
- The Wambana Campus, located at Point Turton on the Southern Yorke Peninsula was purpose built for our unique Year 9 Extended Stay Program.
The Kent Town Campus houses premium academic and sporting facilities including the John Dunning Sports Centre, Senior School Sports Centre (currently under redevelopment), a world class Supergrass pitch and large ovals for sports.
In addition, we offer the recently refurbished ANZAC Hall and newly built Piper Pavilion which sits alongside ANZAC Hall.