Four Schools on One Campus

Junior School – ELC to Year 4
Lower Middle School – Year 5 to 7
Upper Middle School – Year 8 and 9
Senior College – Year 10 to 12

Easy To Reach

The Knox School campus is on extensive and attractive grounds in Wantirna South. We are right on the EastLink freeway making us easily accessible from Melbourne’s eastern and southern suburbs.

First Class Facilities

The resources shared by the whole school include a unique multimedia studio, two libraries, 400 seat auditorium, Olympic size Hockey Field, state-of-the-art hospitality centre and health centre with a full-time nurse

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Strong Values Change Young Lives

Everything we do at Knox is based on the strong values we teach.

respect
responsibility
honesty
care and compassion
tolerance

In the classroom, on the sporting field and in life, you can always tell a Knox student. They are remarkable young people who take these values into the world and make a difference. They may be doctors, lawyers and engineers but they could also be your local mechanic, plumber or teacher. Whatever path they choose, we know that, if they’re a Knox student, they will be the best they can possibly be and we, and you, will be immensely proud of them.

“Every child leaves here ready to make a difference as fine young adults with a respect for the world, the environment, each other and with friendships that will last a lifetime.”

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Our Mission Statement

‘The Knox School enhances and develops the aspiring mind with a passion for life-long, local and global, discovery and learning’

Community Service

At The Knox School, Year 8 and 9 are involved in vibrant and interactive Community Service program called The SPIRIT Program. Every week, students are trained as volunteers; participate in a full day workshop promoting Community Service and hear numerous speakers from Aid agencies, local community groups and individual volunteers.
The list is endless, the possibilities are limitless and the experiences are worthwhile not only to the students but also the community.
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Commitment to Digital Citizenship

Schools that use the Generation Safe™ 360 Self Assessment commit to review current practices and implement new policies that will improve the safety of their digital culture.

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Kwong Lee Dow Scholar

The Knox School, along with 700 other Victoria schools, was invited by the University of Melbourne to participate in the Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program for 2014. The school could nominate up to five outstanding Year 10 students going in to Year 11 in 2015, with the hope that at least one would be successful. With the knowledge that the University received over 1900 applications from all over Victoria, and adjoining border regions, we can very proudly announce that Adrienne Bray was selected and we congratulate her on her success.

Tournament of Minds success

Congratulations to our Secondary Language/Literature team in the 2014 Tournament of Minds. Australasian-Pacific Champions. A huge success for TKS. Well done to the team, staff and facilitators.

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