Today at Kambala it is Tuesday 09 Feb 2016, 10:33PM

     Kambala is an Early Learning Centre — Year 12 Anglican girls' school, offering both the HSC and IB; located in beautiful grounds on the rising shore above Rose Bay, overlooking Sydney Harbour.

School Highlights

Kambala became an authorised International Baccalaureate World School in 2010. Students now have the choice of two pathways to matriculation: the HSC or the IB Diploma. Read more

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G'Day and Welcome to Kambala

At Kambala, we believe in the capacity of young women to create change for good in the world. We believe in their capability, energy, optimism and strength. We are sure every girl has the right to be herself and we will support every girl to be so. Our sense of community is strong. We delight in seeing our girls reach high — academically, on the sports field, creatively and in their areas of talent. Our Christian foundation gives us a framework for how we treat each other. A true spirit of service is important to us — we know that together at Kambala we can achieve great things.

The Kambala vision offers values relevant to young people today — integrity, respect for others, inclusivity and the importance of leadership skills such as teamwork, discipline and the ability to establish challenging and achievable goals.

Latest news at Kambala

My first day at school

29 Jan. 2016

Thursday 28 January 2016 marked the first day of school for Chloe Myers who started in Prep at Kambala. Four-year-old Chloe...Read more

On 16 December 2015, the Sydney Morning Herald announced the top 20 schools of the year - of which Kambala was ranked 12th...Read more

Recent Kambala graduate, Isabelle Dou is one of only five secondary school students in Sydney to have been selected to take...Read more

On Thursday 9 December, Kambala announced the appointment of Mr Kim Tsolakis to the position of Deputy Principal, Academic...Read more

Year 11 Kambala student Emma Hamilton, 16, has won the Nescafe Headstart Grant of $15,000 for her efforts in an anti-cyberbullying...Read more

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