Independent Schools Association (Australia)

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The Independent Schools Association
Independent Schools Association (Australia) logo.jpg
Headquarters Sydney, Australia
Membership
12 full member schools
Official language
English

The Independent Schools Association is a grouping of independent schools primarily based in Sydney, Australia, for the purposes of sporting competitions.

Members of the ISA often compete with members of the Great Public Schools (GPS) and Combined Associated Schools (CAS) in trial and representative fixtures.

Of NSW's 130 Rhodes Scholars 1904-2006, 2 have attended an ISA School.[1]

Current member schools[edit]

School Location Enrolment Founded Denomination Boys/Girls Day/Boarding School Colours
Blue Mountains Grammar School Wentworth Falls 940 1918 Anglican Boys & Girls Day Gold & Blue
Central Coast Grammar School Erina 1200 1985 Non-denominational Boys & Girls Day Green, Gold & Blue
Chevalier College Bowral 1200 1946 Roman Catholic Boys & Girls Day Blue & Maroon
Oakhill College Castle Hill 1680 1937 Roman Catholic Boys & Girls Day Maroon & Gold
Oxley College Bowral 500 1983 Non-denominational Boys & Girls Day Blue & Gold
SCECGS Redlands Cremorne 1600 1884 Anglican Boys & Girls Day Blue, Red & Gold
St Andrew's Cathedral School Sydney 1100 1885 Anglican Boys & Girls Day Blue & White
St Augustine's College Brookvale 1200 1956 Roman Catholic Boys Day Green, Yellow & Red
St Patrick's College Strathfield 1430 1928 Roman Catholic Boys Day Blue, Black & Gold
St Paul's Grammar School Cranebrook 1350 1983 Independent Boys & Girls Day Blue & Green
St Pius X College Chatswood 1300 1937 Roman Catholic Boys Day Blue & Gold
St Spyridon College Maroubra 700 1983 Greek Orthodox Boys & Girls Day Blue & White
St Stanislaus' College Bathurst 790 1867 Roman Catholic Boys Day & Boarding Blue & White

Current associate member schools[edit]

School Location Enrollment Founded Denomination Boys/Girls Day/Boarding School Colours
St Gregory's College Gregory Hills 1100 1926 Roman Catholic Boys Day & Boarding Maroon and Sky Blue
All Saints College Bathurst 550 1873 Anglican Boys & Girls Day & Boarding Red, White & Navy Blue
Barker College Hornsby 2200 1890 Anglican Boys & Girls Day & Boarding Red & Blue
Kinross Wolaroi School Orange 980 1886 Uniting Church Boys & Girls Day & Boarding Blue & White
Redfield College Dural 490 1986 Roman Catholic Boys Day Red, Blue & White
The Scots School Bathurst 350 1946 Presbyterian Boys & Girls Day & Boarding Blue, Black & Gold

Sports[edit]

The Competition in some sports is split into a 1st division and a second division with the stronger schools being in the 1st Division.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NSW Rhodes Scholars" Archived 2007-09-15 at the Wayback Machine. — University of Sydney list, (retrieved 29 June 2006)

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