The Diocese aims to grow and develop our schools and believes in providing affordable, quality education with a Christian ethos in the Anglican tradition.
Therefore all Diocesan schools are low-fee centres of excellence with a strong focus on pastoral care, Christian values and studies, academic and sporting achievement, and multi-faceted extra-curricular activities.
The four Diocesan Schools – Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College at Fletcher, Lakes Grammar – An Anglican School at Warnervale (Central Coast), Manning Valley Anglican College and Scone Grammar School – are all members of the Corporation and support each other in their ministry and mission. Each school is set in pristine, attractive surroundings with excellent facilities for the benefit of all students and staff. School Councils and Parents and Friends groups work hard to maintain effective, efficient governance and to plan for the future of each campus.
The Diocesan Bishop has appointed a Chaplain in each school to be a key resource in the proclamation of the faith, in leading liturgy, in pastoral care and in supporting the teaching of the Christian Religious Studies Syllabus throughout the schools.
A caring Christian learning community within the Anglican tradition, Bishop Tyrrell Anglican College is a low-fee k-12 school providing quality education, pastoral care and a comprehensive Christian Religious Education Curriculum.
Cnr Sparks Road & Albert Warner Dr Warnervale NSW 2259
P (02) 4393 4111
F (02) 4393 4133
Lakes Grammar is a co-educational K-12 school located in Warnervale on the Central Coast.
The school has a comprehensive approach to curriculum and provides excellent learning experiences for students.
Manning Valley Anglican College provides quality co-educational schooling for students of the Great Lakes and Manning Valley, catering for both the primary and secondary years.
Scone Grammar is a co-educational, independent K-12 Anglican School with clear Christian values and diverse, stimulating programs of academic, sporting and cultural activities.