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Kew Median Price
House$2,398,600
Unit$807,800
Land$1,649,000
The House price is 10% higher than last year.
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Kew Median Rent
House$821
Unit$445
The House rent is 6% lower than last year.
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School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Single Sex-Girl
Total student:2123 (boy:0, girl:2123)
Total staff:279
Student attendance:
96%
None-english student:
26%
ICSEA value:
1199, ranks No.24 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
Bottom quarterMiddle quartersTop quarter
1%1%19%79%
VCE rank:No.33 (2015), No.33 (2014), No.30 (2013), No.29 (2012), No.19 (2011), No.23 (2010), No.27 (2009), No.23 (2008)
Website:http://www.mlc.vic.edu.au
Location:Kew
Address:207 Barkers Road Kew VIC 3101
Nearby:House Price  House Rent  Public Transport
Phone:03 9274 6333

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School Comment
MLC is one of Australia's most successful and innovative schools (est.1882) internationally renowned for its extensive curriculum, learning experiences and outstanding academic results. MLC is an open entry school that takes pride in the great diversity of... more
Student Assessment
ReadingWritingSpellingGrammarNumeracyRank
Year 349546644650244373
Year 556553652157254351
Year 759660758559760517
Year 963365062463664627
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Prep$14,366
Year 1$14,654
Year 2$16,000
Year 3$18,025
Year 4$18,855
Year 5$19,805
Year 6$21,094
Year 7$21,312
Year 8$21,533
Year 9$22,045
Year 10$22,620
Year 11$23,490
Year 12$23,490
Reviews
By Student - 10 Aug 2020, Rate: good
I'm a secondary school student here. In the earlier years of high school, I was bullied by a group of "popular" girls. It damaged my self-esteem a little, although the next year I was placed in a much better class, where students actually cared about their grades.
Overall, in my opinion it depends on your luck. If you're surrounded by ungrateful brats who don't care about education, your experience will most likely be more negative.
My experience with the teachers at this school is quite positive. They care about your learning and want the best for you. I'm not sure if it depends on your grades, as I do achieve quite well in studies.
I wouldn't discourage you from sending your daughter here. It'll teach her how to stand up for herself and develop a thick skin. I learnt that through my early years of high school and also figured out the importance of being yourself.
Yes, the dress code is quite strict.The peer pressure to break rules is there, which again, could teach your children the importance of standing up for themselves and knowing what's right or wrong.
I'd rate this school a 7/10.
By Parent - 11 Feb 2020, Rate: good
MLC is a good school, although the recent new building (only for year 7’s) has taken away what little sports grounds they had and they didn’t actually need more class rooms, the school has plenty. Some of the older buildings, the year 8 Cato building as an example, has a very limited air conditioning and gets extremely hot on some summer days.
By Parent - 25 Jan 2020, Rate: average
There are positives at MLC, but there are also negatives. The opportunity to attend Marshmead and Banksia gave my daughter a well rounded school life experience that gave her confidence and more independence. However, the cliques and friendship groups were unhealthy and many girls were unhappy, the school focuses well on education but fails to care about, teach or encourage the values of getting along, inclusiveness & kindness. Also, the the focus on caring for the environment at Marshmead doesn’t carry over to the Kew campus, maybe instead of the exorbitant spending on advertising, they could put the money towards recycling bins, less waste and extending the current 2 year change over on laptops to reduce landfill.
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