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Penrith Anglican College, Orchard HillsCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:1282 (boy:644, girl:638)
Total staff:89
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1074, ranks No.691 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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HSC rank:No.157 (2015), No.212 (2014), No.200 (2013), No.163 (2012), No.339 (2011), No.220 (2010), No.160 (2008)
Location:Orchard Hills
Address:338-356 Wentworth Road Orchard Hills 2748
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Phone:02 4736 8100

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School Comment
PAC is a co-educational day school that is committed to academic excellence and growth in Christian values. Students are encouraged to achieve their best to demonstrate initiative; to become self disciplined and to show sensitivity to the needs of others. ... more
Student Assessment
Year 3440420422446425731
Year 5516500495525501654
Year 7566561554563586146
Year 9606597602596619153
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Year 1$5,120
Year 2$5,120
Year 3$5,120
Year 4$5,120
Year 5$5,120
Year 6$5,120
Year 7$6,160
Year 8$6,160
Year 9$6,160
Year 10$6,160
Year 11$6,420
Year 12$6,405
By Student - 20 Feb 2024, Rate: bad
If your considering this school, just don't. The teachers are apathetic and sometimes bordering on cruel. They claim to care for your wellbeing and that not everything is about the mark you get yet when the situation demands it they are not there for you. Some teacher's are plain bullies, for example, miss elliot, shamelessly degrades and belittles students in front of the whole class even if they have done something wrong. The worst decision I've made is not moving schools sooner. Don't get me wrong, there are of course good teachers, but the demanding uniform rules, disgusting behaviour from teachers and overall unfairness from the system is not worth it.
By Parent - 08 May 2023, Rate: good
The elitist attitude of some students whom come from families of high income provides a good foundation for other students to form bias and resentment for those of wealth and privilege. As is the case in life, generally those with wealth and privilege provide well for themselves while undercutting and abusing those lower on the socioeconomic scale.
Employees children whom attend this school hold this as a major bargaining tool and use this “power” to bully others into taking responsibility for their actions.
If teachers were not allowed to have their children attend the same school this would remove this opportunity to bully others.
By Student - 26 Aug 2022, Rate: poor
I have been at Penrith Anglican since kindergarten. Although the school's facilities and teaching are satisfactory, the culture and excessive rules create a difficult and hostile environment to learn in. Some rules entail: girls cannot wear leggings on mufti day (we were told it would distract boys), no phones are to be seen or used (not even in family emergencies), all students must attend divinity class and participate in prayer (even if students believe in other faiths), and lastly, excessive punishments for students (entire lunch detentions and suspensions for small acts such as using a phone or wearing a piece of jewellery).
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