The uniform is compulsory and enforced
382 up to Year 6,
584 in secondary (Average)
86 in Year 12
12 taking IB Diploma;
Languages: French, Japanese, Latin, Mandarin
LOTE taught to Unit 4 level: Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese First Language, French, Japanese, Latin, Mandarin
100% study scores of 40+;
18 IB subjects on offer;
Languages; Chinese (Mandarin), French, French AB INITIO, Japanese, Latin, Spanish AB INITIO
100% of IB student successfully obtained an IB diploma
16 music options; 27 sporting activities; 59 other clubs or activities; 6 support staff.
98% to university
2% to TAFE
Kambala, in Rose Bay, Sydney, is a dynamic learning community offering coeducational Early Learning and girls’ education through to HSC in Year 12. An Anglican day and boarding school, Kambala is the only independent girls’ school in the eastern suburbs to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
Though non-selective, it is highly regarded for its impressive record of academic excellence, a result of the school’s proven educational practices and traditional values. The HSC results consistently place Kambala in the top group of schools in NSW.
Kambala offers a wealth of learning experiences, an excellent teacher to student ratio and the opportunity to truly excel. Its rich and varied academic and extracurricular programs, administered in a positive and supportive environment, enable students to explore their interests, build on their strengths and realise their potential.
Kambala boarding houses provide a nurturing and supportive communal family environment for over 100 girls from Years 7 to 12.