Based in South Perth, Wesley College is co-educational up to Year 6 then boys-only to Year 12, with a dedicated Middle School for the adolescent years.
Founded in 1923, Wesley College is non-selective and egalitarian, welcoming students from all backgrounds – bound together by a shared desire to achieve personal excellence.
Wesley College has a philosophy of each child reaching for their personal best. For each child that will mean something different. Find out the opportunities for excellence here.
Wesley’s inclusive enrolments policy means it is not essential for children to be interviewed or tested prior to being offered a place at Wesley College.
In this section you’ll find everything you need as a Wesley student, from links to the uniform shop, to bus timetables to the latest booklists.
The College’s community is something special, with dozens of opportunities to be involved and strengthen your relationships with the school.
Careers Uncovered Panellist, Thomas Munsie (06-10), shares the top ten tips for those thinking of a career in construction and architecture.
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Interviews & Spotlights, Teacher Spotlights
We caught up for a quick Q&A with Dean of Academic Studies, Mr Andrew Pateman.
Staff, students, parents and special guests came together at Monday night’s Boarder’s Celebration Evening.
Announcements, Interviews & Spotlights
Matt Braysher takes the reigns as Chair of Wesley College Council. Headmaster, Mr Ross Barron, sat down with Mr Braysher, to reflect on life, leadership and lessons learned along the way.
Opinion, Parenting Tips & Advice
Mr Phil Collins, our new Director of Student Wellbeing, looks at how wellbeing and personal growth is an integral part of life at Wesley College.
Announcements, Athletics, Student Achievements
We caught up with him to see how he is feeling after finding out the amazing news.
Opinion, The Wesleyan
One of the key objectives for Wesley’s Parents’ and Friends’ Association is to bring people together. P&F Chair, Emma Power, explains.
Announcements, Student Achievements
Congratulations to Year 11 students, Trent Horak, Charlie McIntyre, Tom Clayton and Jaiden Carter.
The Winter 2021 edition of The Wesleyan is packed with exciting stories.
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