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The Next Big Thing

An Esperance Anglican Community School production devised and directed by Lyndel Taylor

Saturday June 16 and Friday June 22
Special schools matinee: 1pm Thursday June 21
Esperance Civic Centre

What does it take to create something worthwhile?

Join the cast of talented young performers from Esperance Anglican Community School as they bring The Next Big Thing to life on the Civic Centre stage as part of the School’s 10th Anniversary celebrations.

Principal’s Comment 4th May 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope that you all managed to enjoy opportunities together over the holidays, and had a good and restorative time. Enjoyable as holidays are it is always good to welcome the students back, this time – appropriately, given the recent weather – smartly dressed in their winter uniforms.

Anzac connections with Esperance

Anzac connections with Esperance

The commemoration of our involvement in the First World War (WWI) is an opportunity to honour the sacrifice made by the Anzacs, as well as the generations of servicemen and women who have defended our values and freedoms in wars and conflicts throughout history.

The impact of boarding in regional areas

The impact of boarding in regional areas

Regional families with children at Esperance Anglican Community School (EACS) often comment on the value their children yield from our Boarding programme – citing our structured routine, access to curricular and co-curricular activities, and the lifelong skills which enable their children to lead successful adult lives.

Principal’s Comment – 6th April 2018

Dear Parents and Carers,

I trust that you had an enjoyable Easter and that the long weekend provided a good opportunity for some time together. It certainly allowed us a pause for breath before the busy final two weeks.


Our swimmers participated in the Great Southern Schools Swimming Carnival at Mount Barker and came away with several medals and a third place overall.