Lorne-Aireys Inlet P-12 College - Lorne Campus, Lorne

Name: Lorne-Aireys Inlet P-12 College - Lorne Campus
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Grove Road
Town: Lorne
Postcode: 3232
State: Victoria
Region Barwon South Western
Phone: (03) 52891585
Fax: (03) 52892410
Email: lorne.p12@edumail
Website: www.lornep12.vic.edu.au
Pupils: 277

The Lorne-Aireys Inlet P-12 College is a dual-campus school with a P-12 campus at Lorne and a P-6 campus at Aireys Inlet. The Lorne campus is organized into junior (P-4), middle (5-9), and senior (10-12) sub-schools. The school’s administration is based at Lorne. The original Lorne P-12 College was opened in 1879, Aireys Inlet Primary School was established in 1893, and the merger of the two schools took place in 1994.

A large proportion of families are employed in hospitality, retail and trades, and 40% of families receive the Educational Maintenance Allowance. For the purpose of comparing various aspects of the college’s performance with that of similar schools, Lorne Aireys Inlet is placed in like-school group 1, reflecting its relatively low proportions of EMA recipients and students whose first language is other than English.


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