John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School (JSRACS) has a reputation for strong academic achievement, a nurturing pastoral care system and a wide diversity of co-curricular activities.
The School aims to provide the best all-round education for our students by supporting them in their intellectual, emotional, psychological, physical, social and spiritual development.
Our aspiration is for JSRACS students to be architects of their lives and make a difference to the world in which they live. The School has a dynamic teaching and learning environment, both inside and outside of the classroom, to help students achieve their full potential. The co-curricular program caters to a broad variety of interests from sport and music, to robotics and cadets.
The School works in partnership with students and families in a supportive Christian community to nurture, stimulate and challenge each child.
The School has two campuses at Mirrabooka and Beechboro. The Mirrabooka campus caters for students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12, while the Beechboro campus is a primary school catering for Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6.