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2025-2028 Strategic Plan Released

8 July 2024

At Prince Alfred College, our boy-centred education program extends beyond the classroom with unique experiences tailored to each developmental stage. In this story, we share with you the opportunity our Year 8 students undertake through their Activities Week Rotations.

We are proud to share with our College community our next Strategic Plan. Over the last six months the College Council and College Executive have been working together on the development of Prince Alfred College’s 2025-2028 Strategic Plan.

The development of the Strategic Plan also included input from our staff, students and parents, and we thank them for their valuable contribution.

Our 2025-2028 Strategic Plan includes our College’s Vision and Purpose as well as our Values and Strategic Priorities.

Our College Values are:

Respect – We respect ourselves, those around us and our environments.

Excellence – We achieve our personal best in everything we do.

Belonging – We ensure every member of our school community feels welcome and connected.

Endeavour – We are curious, courageous and will rise to a challenge.

Our values are a core part of our programs across the College, and in the coming year will become more pronounced.

Our six Strategic Priorities for the coming four years are:

  1. Young men of good character
  2. Research informed education
  3. Engaged and inclusive community
  4. Inspiring facilities and environments
  5. Leader in sustainability
  6. Exceptional people

This Strategic Plan is unashamedly ambitious, and it affirms our commitment to boys’ education and the development of well-rounded young men of good character.

It is an exciting time to be a student at PAC. Our exceptional teaching staff support our boys through explicit learning and a variety of academic pathways including VET, SACE and IBDP. We offer over 50 sporting, academic and performing arts co-curricular activities through which boys can learn new skills and find their passions. Our wellbeing program provides a supportive yet challenging environment in which they can reach their full potential. Beyond the classroom our boys enjoy a multitude of adventures and experiences including time spent at our regional campuses, Scotts Creek in Morgan on the Murray River and ‘Wambana’ at Point Turton on the Yorke Peninsula.

PAC is fortunate to have the exceptional people and the resources that will help realise our Strategic Priorities. We look forward to providing regular updates regarding our progress on delivering our Strategic Priorities with our community.