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Pembroke School is located 5 kilometres east of the city of Adelaide, South Australia, in a residential area which is quiet and characterised by wonderful gardens, parks and trees – the leafy suburbs as they are known in Adelaide.

Students from the north, west, east and southern suburbs of Adelaide – as well as from the Adelaide Hills – attend Pembroke as day students, and we have a network of bus routes available for students. Our boys’ and girls’ boarding houses cater to students from a diverse range of Australian regional and international locations.

Pembroke School comprises two campuses: the King's Campus (Middle School) and Girton Campus (Junior School and Senior School). The campuses are located within 5 minutes’ walk of each other and are connected by the Kensington Park Reserve Oval.

Both campuses have superb grounds which are maintained to the highest standard. The School has a strong commitment to providing a learning environment that is state-of-the-art and inspiring. Our newest major development is the spectacular Shipsters Road building for Middle School Art, Science and Technology.

Pembroke School has sporting facilities located on the Torrens River in the city and in the city’s southern park lands, and Old Watulunga – a stunning Outdoor Education facility located a little over an hour’s drive south of the School.


Located within the Girton Campus, the Junior School program offers students in ELC to Year 6 the opportunity to be challenged, supported, creative and critical.
Located within the King's Campus and including our new Art, Science and Technology building at 3 Shipsters Road, the Middle School provides a broad and deep education for students in Year 7 - 10. Our main Reception Office is located at 342 The Parade, Kensington Park.
Located within the Girton Campus, our Senior School offers a unique environment for students in Year 11 and 12 to develop as independent learners.