Anglican Schools Commission International Founded in 1985, the core purpose of the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.) is to establish and support Anglican system schools which are co-educational communities of excellence and educational centres of caring.
There are now approximately 14,000 students attending fourteen ASC schools in Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. ASC schools are distinctly Christian communities that demonstrate care for each other and treat all people with dignity and respect. The Anglican Schools Commission International’s programs value each student as an individual with unique needs, gifts and aspirations. Their academic progressions along with co-curricular activities and Student Welfare Services combine to offer a holistic educational experience which cares for all aspects of a student’s well-being.
The Anglican Schools Commission follows their six core values, where they aim to instil in their students, staff and wider school community •Faith Living by Gospel Values •Excellence Pursuing high standards in all things •Justice Demonstrating fairness, compassion and conviction •Respect Respecting self, others and our planet •Integrity Acting with honesty and openness •Diversity Promoting social inclusion and celebrating difference.