Our Kew campus features inspiring and modern facilities and resources to provide students with every opportunity to succeed.
Located in the leafy eastern suburbs of Melbourne, just 8 kilometres from the CBD, our Kew campus provides common facilities that bring our community together while also catering to all students’ needs, from the youngest in our community to those who are ready to enter tertiary education and life beyond school.
With a particular focus on the specific needs of learning areas like science, art and music, our Kew campus is built to represent and support the broad range of capabilities, interests and passions of our students. Our new Kew Sports Complex is also a short walk from the main campus, providing additional space for Physical Education classes and sport competition and training.
As well as extensively resourced classrooms and learning areas, the campus offers ample space for students to socialise, relax and play. This, combined with many collaborative and maker spaces, allow students to be themselves, develop as people and build meaningful connections.
Our state-of-the-art facilities at Kew are designed to cater for the age-specific needs of our students, promote creativity and collaboration, and prepare them for the world beyond school.
Conveniently located at our main campus in Kew, our Kew ELC students enjoy access to the School’s extensive range of facilities.
With an inquiry-based approach to learning, Junior School Kew students are shaped into resilient, compassionate and curious young learners.
The facilities in our Senior School are state-of-the-art and designed to prepare students for tertiary studies and the world beyond school.
The impressive CLI is primarily used by our Senior School. It features modern, best practice learning spaces and is crowned by our UN Room.
Middle School is a time of discovery and exploration, and our facilities are build to support this and enhance student growth and development.
Expansive Performing Arts facilities and access to a wide range of resources enhance the music and theatre experiences for all students at Carey.
Our newly opened Art Gallery embodies Carey’s commitment to the arts, and is an endpoint for the creations made in our art and design studios.
As a space for services, classes and quiet reflection, the William Carey Chapel is an iconic, heritage-listed feature of our Kew campus landscape.
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