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Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School, Keilor EastCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:2221 (boy:1227, girl:994)
Total staff:326
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1148, ranks No.179 More ICSEA Ranking...
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VCE rank:No.20 (2015), No.19 (2014), No.26 (2013), No.15 (2012), No.39 (2011), No.28 (2010), No.17 (2009), No.12 (2008)
Location:Keilor East
Address:Corner of Keilor and Rachelle Roads, Keilor East, 3033
Nearby:House Price  House Rent  Public Transport
Phone:03 9016 2000

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School Comment
Penleigh and Essendon Grammar is a Uniting Church school for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year 12. Located on three sites, it offers the advantages of single-sex education at Junior and Middle School levels and co-educational study during VCE. The s... more
Student Assessment
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Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Student - 23 Apr 2020, Rate: excellent
Cannot fault the teachers, the resources, the standards & the facilities.Bullying was never an issue as teachers were prompt on bad behaviour. I was never a high achieving student, no scholarship and my parents didn't go to university, but this school taught me many values that I would have never learnt compared to friends and family who went to other schools.
By Alumnus - 08 Nov 2019, Rate: average
PEGS is only getting high rankings due to scholarship students. If you want to spend tens of thousands of dollars to be taught by mediocre teachers send your kids here.
By Student - 22 Oct 2019, Rate: poor
At this school if you don’t have a scholarship you’re pretty much rendered useless to them. The staff think they can control the students and get mad over every little thing they do. If a student arrives to class 2 minutes late, the teacher will give them a spray. But if the teacher arrives 10 minutes late, there’s no problem and we have to carry on like nothing happened. The actual education itself is nothing special if one day you don’t bring your iPad because you broke it or simply forgot it you can’t do anything because these clowns think that it’s smart to have every single book inside a device instead of hard copy. The only good thing about this school is the facilities like yeah the canteen and gym and all that are pretty good I think it’s nice that we have access to this stuff but if you’re not good academically you’re nothing to them, even if your main focus for life is sport. And let’s not forget the ‘Growth Mindset’ program rubbish they gave to us. This school says that they encourage creative thinking, but I don’t think telling kids what mindset they should have and what they should be thinking in their approach to their studies and real life really encourages ‘creative thinking’. They tell you what to think and if you don’t listen to them, get in the bin. Because at this school the scores are the only thing that matter. If your scores are not good enough for them they kick you out without looking back.
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