Southern Independent Schools

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Southern Independent Schools
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Formation 1978
Headquarters Seaford, Victoria, Australia
Membership
13 member schools
Official language
English
Secretary General
Mr. Kerry Bolger (St Leonard's College)
Website sis.org.au

The Southern Independent Schools (SIS), formed in 1978, is a group of 13 schools in Victoria, Australia.

Schools[edit]

Current member schools[edit]

School Location Enrolment Founded Denomination School Colors
Balcombe Grammar School Mt Martha 700 2007 Ecumenical Red, Grey, White & Black
Flinders Christian Community College Tyabb 1983 Non-Denominational Maroon & Gold
John Paul College Frankston 1979 Roman Catholic Navy Blue, Red & White
Maranatha Christian School Doveton, Endeavour Hills & Officer 1075 1970 Non-Denominational Blue & Gold
Nazareth College Noble Park North 1000 1986 Roman Catholic Blue, Red & Gold
Padua College Mornington & Rosebud 1800 1898 Catholic Navy Blue & Gold
St Francis Xavier College Berwick, Beaconsfield & Officer 1840 1978 Roman Catholic Navy Blue, Red & White
St James College Bentleigh East 470 1970 Roman Catholic Maroon & Gold
St John's Regional College Dandenong 1120 1958 Roman Catholic Green, Blue & Yellow
Cornish College Bangholme 2012 Uniting Church
Berwick Grammar School Officer 2009 Non-Denominational Navy Blue, Red & Gold
St Peter’s College Cranbourne 820 1987 Roman Catholic Burgundy, Grey & Gold
Woodleigh School Frankston South and Langwarrin South 780 1856 Non-Denominational Green & White

Former member schools[edit]

(N.B. Years of participation in the SIS in brackets.)

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