Principal Ms Jane Danvers
Year levels Early Learning to Year 12
Enrolment numbers 1050
Boarding or day Day and Boarding
Website http://www.kambala.nsw.edu.au
Phone +61 2 9388 6777
Fax +61 2 9388 6869
Address 794 New South Head Road

Overlooking the iconic Sydney Harbour, Kambala is a non-selective, independent Anglican girls’ day and boarding school offering outstanding education and opportunities from Early Learning to Year 12.
At Kambala we value each member of our community. We respect, acknowledge and encourage the development of the unique talents of each individual within a positive learning environment. We value integrity, independence, resilience and self-confidence.  Kambala has an extensive record of exceptional results  and offers a choice of educational pathways in the NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme in Years 11 and 12. Whilst we celebrate academic excellence, at Kambala each individual’s social, emotional and spiritual development is supported and nurtured; Kambala students are encouraged to achieve their best in a safe, supportive and secure environment.
Our broad curriculum and co-curriculum foster students’ individual strengths and talents, inspiring a dual belief in the self and in the power and value of communities. Kambala takes pride in the distinctive and impressive accomplishments of our students. Participation in a wide range of sports, music, art and drama as well as community and charitable service is always high. The Festival of Music, held annually at the Sydney Opera House, provides students with the unique experience of arranging and performing music in an iconic venue. Kambala girls are regularly involved in drama productions with other schools in the local community. As part of our Service Learning program, our girls travel within Australia and overseas where they have first hand opportunities to engage in experiential learning.
At Kambala, our expert and dedicated staff lead and challenge students to achieve their potential. Our graduates have enoyed success at the highest levels in a diverse range of professional areas such as Law, Medicine, Economics, Business, Arts, Science and Education. Kambala graduates are known for their commitment, dedication and generosity of spirit. An international perspective empowers Kambala students to become fully engaged global citizens who are open and responsive to a changing world.
Boarding holds a special place in Kambala’s history. Tivoli, the school’s boarding house for Years 7 to 9, is a communal environment where all rooms are shared. Tivoli caters for younger students with a well-resourced study section and spacious recreational living. Fernbank, the boarding house for Years 10 to 12, allows great privacy and independence where boarders develop the skills necessary for life after school.