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Haileybury Rendall School (HRS) will bring the first private online school to the Northern Territory next year. The arrival of Haileybury Pangea will make HRS the only school in the Top End to offer three choices of schooling — day, boarding and online.

After receiving approval from the government, Haileybury Pangea is preparing to welcome its first students from across the Northern Territory to their online classrooms in 2024.

We are thrilled to receive the government’s approval to bring Haileybury Pangea to the Top End. This means that families in the Northern Territory can now choose for their children to attend Haileybury Rendall School as a day student or as a boarder, or they can remain at home and learn online.

Some parents may even choose to do a combination of both, with their children studying online from Years 5 to 9 and then boarding for their final years of schooling.

Families and students should have this choice. The traditional classroom, school timetable and hours don’t suit every child. Haileybury Pangea gives families and their children a wider choice so they can find an education pathway that best suits their needs. It will allow students across the Northern Territory to tap into brilliant teaching resources and an internationally recognised and award-winning school, and be able to learn from anywhere in the Territory.

Haileybury Pangea is specifically developed for self-motivated, academically driven students in Years 5 to 12 and offers a full Australian curriculum and the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) in Years 10 to 12, so students may attain an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR).

It also offers co-curricular and pastoral programs that are delivered entirely online.

Enrolments are now being taken across the Northern Territory, including for students living in remote and very remote areas and for highly focused students who prefer the independence that comes with online learning.

Many young people living in very remote areas want to receive a high-quality education, but they don’t want to leave their home and community. Being able to learn from Haileybury Pangea’s brilliant teachers should not depend on where you live.

We will bring you further updates about this exciting development as they arise.

Andrew McGregor
Principal, Haileybury Rendall School