Richard Johnson Anglican School

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Richard Johnson Anglican School
Location
NSW
Sydney, Australia
Information
Motto Trust in the Lord
Denomination Anglican
Opened 1997
Principal P. Cockrem
Grades Pre-K to Year 12
Campus size 950 students
Colour(s) Blue and White
Newspaper RJ Review Newsletter
Website

Richard Johnson Anglican School is a co-educational, independent, private, Anglican day school serving students in Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 12 in Oakhurst, New South Wales, Australia. It is part of the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation. Paul Cockrem is the Principal.

The school was established in 1997, and has since grown to over 950 students. It is named after Richard Johnson, the first clergyman in Australia.[1]

In 2016 it opened its second Campus in Marsden Park.The new campus is planned to be just as big as the Oakhurst Campus, if not bigger.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History". Richard Johnson Anglican School. Retrieved 2 August 2015. 

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Coordinates: 33°44′35″S 150°50′06″E / 33.743°S 150.835°E / -33.743; 150.835