All children living in Victoria between the ages of six and fifteen must attend school.
There are state, private and church-run schools near all Monash University campuses.
For Australian residents and international students subsidised by the Australian Government, minimal fees apply for children to attend state schools. Private and church schools charge much higher fees.
Full-fee paying international students, depending on their visa code, must pay full fees for state, private and church schools.
|Find an early childhood service or school||Locator for government preschools (kindergarten), primary, secondary and special needs schools. Also lists some independent schools and services|
|Early intervention program -
Elwyn Morey Centre at Monash Clayton
|Provides high quality services for children from birth to 6 years with significant developmental delay and disabilities
|International student program||Information for international students on how to apply to study at a state school|
|Right school right place eBook||List of Victoria's state secondary schools accredited to enrol international students Includes a list of schools with English language centres/facilities|
|School costs and fees||State schools provide free education. Schools are able to charge for the materials and services used by students during teaching|
|International student school fees||Provides information on school fees in a number of languages|