At Allegra we understand a little extra support, flexible learning opportunities in small classes and an environment free from prejudice can make a significant impact to a student's confidence levels, interest in learning and overall school experience.
Students who may have been bullied, be neurodiverse, identify as LGBTQI+, are living with depression/anxiety, looking for an alternative to home schooling or, for any number of reasons, have found learning and/or socialising in mainstream educational models challenging are made to feel welcome and valued at Allegra.
Our philosophy gives us a diverse student body of young people who learn and grow together, forming strong bonds of support and friendship.
Allegra is changing the face of learning for Years 9 and 10 by offering a progressive educational experience.
We focus on the interconnectedness of wellbeing and learning, prioritise respectful relationships and personal growth and see collaboration between staff and students as integral to our learning environment, - Principal Erin Caceda