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    Schools only implement a zone if demand exceeds the number of places they can offer. Most schools don't have/need zones as they can accommodate everyone who wants to send their kid there.

    You can look at whichever schools you'd be interested in, and only need to consider zones if they're listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    This is the southern schools school zones. You just click on the nap of the school you want to check the zones for.

    http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/locs/pages...ing_Region_03/

    These are the western suburbs

    http://www.decd.sa.gov.au/locs/pages...ing_Region_04/

    I don't think all schools are listed on these pages though for some reason.

    What school zone do you think you're in? It is likely the school closes to your home.
    Your right.....I'm in Plymton, park Holme, Edwardstown areas, ascot park.

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    Does anyone's child attend Forbes? Cowandilla? Ascot park? That's all I know at the moment.

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    I've heard Forbes is awful. Unsure of those others. Edwardstown is meant to be good. It's opposite side of south road to castle plaza

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I've heard Forbes is awful. Unsure of those others. Edwardstown is meant to be good. It's opposite side of south road to castle plaza
    Really?

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    Yeah it has a really bad reputation. I'm not entirely sure why.

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    Cowandilla is a nice school from what I've seen.

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    My friends kids goto the private school in that area (can't think of name) she LOVES it it's fairly cheap too. Small class sizes etc

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    We're hoping to send DD to Emmaus. They have about 7 different fee structures, depending on your income. It goes from Reception all the way through to Year 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    We're hoping to send DD to Emmaus. They have about 7 different fee structures, depending on your income. It goes from Reception all the way through to Year 12.
    Where is that?


 

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