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Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School, Keilor EastCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:2221 (boy:1227, girl:994)
Total staff:326
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1148, ranks No.179 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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VCE rank:No.20 (2015), No.19 (2014), No.26 (2013), No.15 (2012), No.39 (2011), No.28 (2010), No.17 (2009), No.12 (2008)
Location:Keilor East
Address:Corner of Keilor and Rachelle Roads, Keilor East, 3033
Nearby:House Price  House Rent  Public Transport
Phone:03 9016 2000

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School Comment
Penleigh and Essendon Grammar is a Uniting Church school for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year 12. Located on three sites, it offers the advantages of single-sex education at Junior and Middle School levels and co-educational study during VCE. The s... more
Student Assessment
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Year 555653552956856935
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Year 963364263064866620
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 26 Mar 2024, Rate: bad
Do not send your kids to this school! Get them tutoring and spend your money on family holidays. Like a bad apple that looks good on the outside.
By Parent - 26 Mar 2024, Rate: excellent
Was never compelled to write a review till now. How mad and let down we feel as parents wasting hard earned money on this BS of a school. The high school is one massive joke. Raising fees and not matching quality education. Make no mistake this is just about profit and not education newcomers. If you’re kids are going to make it, it won’t be because of a prestige school that gives ten minute parent interviews. We are not Karens. We are successful parents that have come from extremely poor backgrounds thinking PEGs was about academics and excellence. No the academics are the kids and parents that get completely side swiped by more care put on grass trimming and flashy facilities. All we have is an enormous school fee bill we can’t seem to justify. What makes it worse are the ladies who hound for a small outstanding fee, after years of always paying. Then to be threatened with a late payment fee given the times is just infuriating. How bout you give us a credit for literally homeschooling our kids during Covid for almost two years whilst holding full time jobs. We like all parents were so proud and happy for our kids, till we realised we did them an injustice sending them to PEGS who just churns them as cash cows. So on top of the fees, we now are doing what we didn’t want to do which is tutoring. Parents please reconsider and put you trust and money to a more deserving school if it’s success you’re after for your kids. Your child is better off getting more attention elsewhere. You can put your money towards tutoring. Some kids at PEGs are privileged but the majority are from middle class families. We really have been stuffed by this school and it’s even worse when you have invested in junior school to get to high school feeling completely let down. Then there’s the anger around having invested all this time and money to jeopardise your child’s well-being by uprooting them to an unknown school environment. *very angry and disappointed PEGS parents.
By Student - 04 Nov 2023, Rate: bad
Do not come to this school!! Some of the teachers are so stupid like ms hill the trunchball . I am a year 10 student here and have been here since year 7. Year 7 was pretty average with the transitioning but then we had online learning and had to look at our screens for 6 hours + while our parents paid more then 25,000 dollars for us to get our education. I personally hardly learnt anything because I couldnt really ask for help and I dont work well on the screen. Same thing happened in year 8 too so my parents wasted more then 50,000 dollars for me listening to droning teachers through an ipad screen who didnt help with the work.
In year 9 thank goodness there was no online learning that was so good but honestly it still wasnt worth the money. My teachers were pretty shit. And in year 10, this year, its even worse because I dont understand the work and they refuse to help me because they only like the smart kids.
Do not come to this school!!
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