Prince Alfred College is a private, independent, day and boarding school for boys. It is located in Kent Town, near the centre of Adelaide in South Australia.
Prince Alfred College (PAC) was established in 1869 by the Methodist Church of Australasia, which integrated with other Protestant churches in 1977 to form the Uniting Church in Australia.
PAC educates over 1000 boys, aged between two and 18 years old, across their early learning centre, preparatory school, middle school and senior schools.
The school's aim is to discover, nurture and develop the unique qualities of each boy, to help him grow into an enterprising, confident and resilient man – "A Prince's Man".
PAC is an accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) World School offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Australian Curriculum in years 7-10, and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) as well as the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) and an engaging Vocational Education Training (VET) Programme.
PAC views success to be when boys discover their talent and use it for the good of others.
The college teaches students to question what lies ahead of them and to think creatively, their core curriculum is a unique combination of traditional values and progressive thinking.
The Kent Town Campus houses premium academic and sporting facilities including the John Dunning Sports Centre and a world-class pitch and large ovals for sports. Anzac Hall and Piper Pavillion are also on the main campus.
Scotts Creek Outdoor Education Centre – caters for all students from Years 4-11 and is located near the River Murray in the Riverland’s picturesque wine and citrus growing region. The Wambana Campus, located at Point Turton on the Southern Yorke Peninsula, was built for the school's unique Year 9 Extended Stay Program.