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Mount Eliza Median Price
House$1,447,000
Unit$514,300
Land$1,126,200
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Mount Eliza Median Rent
House$704
Unit$366
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School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Co-Ed
Total student:1372 (boy:817, girl:555)
Total staff:132
Student attendance:
95%
None-english student:
4%
ICSEA value:
1130, ranks No.249 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
Bottom quarterMiddle quartersTop quarter
3%12%37%48%
VCE rank:No.72 (2015), No.45 (2014), No.62 (2013), No.66 (2012), No.66 (2011), No.37 (2010), No.64 (2009), No.67 (2008)
Website:http://www.tps.vic.edu.au
Location:Mount Eliza
Address:Wooralla Drive Mt Eliza VIC 3930
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Phone:03 9788 7777

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School Comment
Celebrating our 50th year in 2011, The Peninsula School is the most outstanding educational facility on Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula. Located 65km from Melbourne atop the rolling hills of Mt Eliza, the school is set on 80 acres providing a spacious a... more
Student Assessment
ReadingWritingSpellingGrammarNumeracyRank
Year 3453461437443427340
Year 5553534508538531148
Year 759257156558260452
Year 961562460161261882
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Prep$9,450
Year 1$9,657
Year 2$11,826
Year 3$13,275
Year 4$15,450
Year 5$16,671
Year 6$17,100
Year 7$18,231
Year 8$19,350
Year 9$20,577
Year 10$20,271
Year 11$20,271
Year 12$20,271
Reviews
By Parent - 13 Apr 2017, Rate: bad
I think this school caters well for children who have additional needs and work at grade level or below only. It seems to have a lot of infighting. I think there is a lack of communication between staff. I found this school archaic and also that only the high level staff (non classroom teachers) have up to date skills and knowledge or practice it, if they have. Principal is great, but I believe he has the wrong team backing him (I think it's their behaviour in the background, on social media and in the public domain that is discrediting him and causing the damage). That's the problem!
By Parent - 17 May 2016, Rate: poor
PGS may have ok academic achievements but their total lack of discipline is alarming. Boys leaving immediately as I don't want them to learn disrespectful rude behaviour.
Unfortunately this falls on deaf ears with the current headmaster. The latest video doing the rounds is more than disturbing
By Parent - 04 Jul 2014, Rate: poor
considering how the local government schools are performing I would have expected a great deal more considering the expense. The Peninsula School results are comparative to the schools within the area, in fact some government schools are performing above their standard. The fancy buildings and manicured lawns are lovely and the odd latte at the pavilion. At the time we thought we were doing what was best for our children sending them to a private school as I think many people do. We have had a taste of both private and government education and are so happy our children are no longer at the Peninsula School.
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