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Open Mornings

We invite you to visit us to explore our school and discover why a Carey education is right for your family.

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Open Mornings

We invite you to visit us to explore our school and discover why a Carey education is right for your family.

Attend an Open Morning
Watch our video
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Our Values

We are a proudly inclusive school, where individuality and independent thinking are encouraged. Every student can feel a sense of belonging and is empowered to follow their passions and pursue their interests.

Carey's values

Student-Centred Learning

Carey is known for being innovative, progressive and leading the way in best practice teaching and learning, supporting strong academic results and personal development for each student. Our students are active, responsible participants in their own learning.

Life at Carey

Carey students are curious, aspirational and engaged global citizens. We build on their individual qualities to develop young women and men who flourish and can lead and serve with courage, compassion and intelligence.

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Find your passion and unlock your potential at Carey.

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At Carey, we are committed to developing wise, 
independent and motivated young people who 
are inspired and equipped to create positive 
change in our rapidly changing local, national 
and global communities.

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Junior School Kew Opening Morning
We invite you to visit us to explore our Junior School and discover why a Carey education is right for your family.
Junior School Kew Opening Morning
Junior School Kew Opening Morning

Our Schools

Carey is 
a leading co-educational independent school in Melbourne, catering for students from Early Learning to Year 12.

Our Campuses

Carey has four campuses: the Kew campus, 
the Donvale campus, the magnificent Sports 
Complex in Bulleen and Camp Toonallook.

Kew

Kew

ELC–Year 12
Donvale

Donvale

ELC–Year 6
Bulleen Sports Complex

Bulleen Sports Complex

Camp Toonallook

Camp Toonallook

At Carey, each student is supported and empowered to discover 
who they are and become the best version of themselves. 
We believe a fully integrated wellbeing program is the key 
to unlocking each student’s potential.

Find your voice

Every student is supported and empowered to find their voice, unearth their passions and discover who they are as a learner and a person.

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Do what you love

At Carey, we adopt a broader expression of success and allow students to leverage their strengths and follow their passions, whether they be academics, creators, innovators or athletes.

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Be Proud

We embrace diversity and celebrate what makes each individual unique. All students are encouraged to be themselves while developing an understanding and respect for other perspectives and ways of being.

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Find your place

Carey students are surrounded and supported by a strong, connected and engaged community, providing them with a deep sense of belonging and allowing them to thrive.

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Learn your way

We are educating for a rapidly-changing world. Our students are equipped with the knowledge and skills they will need to pursue their passions and have a positive impact on the world.

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Middle and Senior School Opening Morning
Middle and Senior School Opening Morning
We invite you to visit us to explore our school and discover why a Carey education is right for your family.
LATEST NEWS
Announcing our 2023 Carey Medallist: Hugh van Cuylenburg (1998)
Announcing our 2023 Carey Medallist: Hugh van Cuylenburg (1998)
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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this land and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We respect their Elders past and present and recognise the injustices endured by the First Nations peoples of this country.