About North Shore Coaching College
North Shore Coaching College was established in 1991 when the founders identified a need for affordable and quality educational services in Australia. The first Campus opened in Chatswood (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia). In 1997, the College opened its first interstate operation in Box Hill (Melbourne, Victoria), moved to Upper Mount Gravatt (Brisbane, Queensland) in 1998, Perth (Western Australia) in 2000, to Belconnen (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory) in 2014 and Norwood (Adelaide, South Australia) in 2016.
Today, there are over 65 campuses, and many students have benefited from the “North Shore” system.
We believe in fostering each child’s potential and hence offer a range of structured term and holiday programs tailored to each child’s age and ability.
We operate in accordance with a number of key values that aim to provide meaningful feedback to students and parents regarding progress; ensure a secure learning environment; and to continually improve our service provision.
Through regular formal assessments and ongoing teacher evaluation, we are able to assist students realise their full potential by identifying areas in which they need to improve.
It is important for children to feel secure in their learning environment, so here at North Shore Coaching College we do not tolerate any form of discrimination and demand the highest standard of professionalism from our teachers. We are constantly working towards improving the professional practice of our staff through a process of systematically reviewing our teaching materials.
Continual improvement of our curriculum and teaching methods ensures you can be confident of the quality of all services provided as these core values underpin our educational goals.
Since inception in 1991, North Shore Coaching College has believed in making a positive impact on local communities by ensuring that our business supports young children and youth developing a keen love for learning. As such we are constantly supporting many community projects, including sporting groups, music competitions, chess competitions, and other extra-curricular projects.
As a forward thinking, inclusive and progressive education institution, we have also supported many charity organisations such as:
- Art Gallery of New South Wales – ‘Starting with Art’ Program
- Breast Cancer Foundation
- Red Cross
- Way In Network
- Lion’s Club
- Mental Health Foundation, Australia