Mai’s advice is to take positive action!

If you come here to study, don’t waste time feeling embarrassed or squirming in your seat; I think it is much better to get out…


I chose Adelaide because it is famous for the Arts

Koshi from Tokyo, Setagaya is having an amazing year at Charles Campbell College. He was in the school’s Fringe Festival Performance 3 weeks after he…


A real Aussie send-off

  On Sunday 29 November 2015 a large group of homestay families gathered at the Adelaide airport to say goodbye to their Japanese student.   We…


Students get creative at lunchtime

Tech savvy students from Aberfoyle Park High School are designing and creating their own game applications. Keen Year 8 and 9 students are learning to develop applications…


Nikolas from Cyprus reflects on international mindedness

“I am an international student and I came to Australia early this year. Since then, I have been continuously surprised with the great developments in…


New digital Adelaide experience for students

The innovative storytelling app, Story City , has now been launched in South Australia, enabling students to explore the city of Adelaide in a completely…


Do you have a passion for the Arts?

If you are interested in studying visual arts, music, dance or drama, then make Adelaide your study abroad destination of choice! Adelaide has been recognised…


Ever thought about studying in the country?

If you live in a city and are looking for a very different experience – how about studying at one of our regional schools? For…


Yes, you can go to the ball

In South Australia the school formal is a traditional part of the school calendar and is a much anticipated event. It’s usually held towards the end of the year before exams and is open to year 11 and 12 students. A venue is hired, the band booked, catering is organised and everyone gets dressed up.


Tour Down Under 2015 …and cycling in South Australian Government Schools

Adelaide is about to go cycle-crazy with the start of the 9-day Tour Down Under 2015 this weekend! Local residents will dust off their bikes…


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