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Glen Eira’s Famed Kilvington Goes Co-Educational

July 1, 2010

At Stockies Elsternwick we keep a keen eagle eye on all things happening in our community, so you get the down-low, quick! It was thus a surprise to us to hear that Ormond’s Kilvington Girls Grammar had decided to become co-educational.

It is a bid to boost declining enrolments, as well as attempting to offer more subjects to students. For more information on this transition, click here to read from the school Principal Jon Charlton.

Boys will be gradually phased in starting with junior school next year, 10 to 12 in 2012 and all levels by 2013. The school has traditionally had intimate numbers, and comprises currently of 500 students. With an influx of new boys to the population, extra subjects such as georgraphy, drama and arts will be able to be taught.

Do you think that this will be a good move for Kilvington and the local community?

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