FAQ

We are happy to answer any queries you may have, please do not hesitate to contact us.

  • EACS provides Esperance families with a local choice of a high quality private secondary school education in their own community.
  • EACS focuses on high academic standards, providing quality programmes in the Arts, opportunities in sport and a range of co-curricular activities. The School has high expectations of students in service to the community, personal discipline, dress and courtesy.
  • EACS has a strong family atmosphere in an environment strongly focused on pastoral care for each student.
Yes! Our first Year 12 cohort graduated in December 2013 with excellent WACE results.

In 2015 we had our first intake of Year 7 students.

No! If you have recently moved to Esperance or your child has simply not settled into their current school, there are places available for your child to join our school. The Principal is available to meet with you and discuss the advantages of being a student at Esperance Anglican Community School.

Current EACS students receive exceptional individual educational support with small classes and personalised attention. Students at EACS are learning in a technologically rich learning environment with information communications technology integrated across all curriculum areas.

No. EACS is proud to be a school underpinned with Gospel Values in the Anglican tradition, however there is no enrolment requirement for students to be Anglican. Families from all faiths are encouraged to consider an EACS education for their child.
The small size of our School is a great advantage for our students as they benefit from a personalised, family-oriented school, which focuses on individual support for all students. As our School grows our first students look forward to growing with the School, benefiting from the unique opportunity of being part of the School from the outset.

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