A rundown of the best childcare & schools in the Adelaide Hills.

While the Adelaide Hills is known for many things (like wine and Sunday drives), there’s also a lot to be said about education in the area. The childcare centres and schools are part of the reason why it’s ‘famous’ for lifestyle.

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08-Nov-2018

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Amanda Smith

A rundown of the best childcare & schools in the Adelaide Hills.

While the Adelaide Hills is known for many things (like wine and Sunday drives), there’s also a lot to be said about education in the area. The childcare centres and schools are part of the reason why it’s ‘famous’ for lifestyle.

You don’t have to travel down the hill or long distances just to find childcare services. If you’re a young family or have just moved to the region, this article will get you thinking about the best schools in the Adelaide Hills. And if you’ve lived in the Hills your whole life, you’ve probably got plans to send your little ones to the same school as you already. Either way, here are a few options if you’re interested in Adelaide Hills childcare centres or schools. Give your children the best education in the Hills. Care for Kids is a great resource where you can search for childcare services simply by entering your postcode. It’ll even tell you about vacancies. Are you in Mount Barker? We recommend having a look at Welly Road Early Learning Centre and the Mount Barker Community Centre. The Learning Sanctuary and the Littlehampton Early Learning Centre are also five-star, day care centres close by. Balhannah’s Zebra Early Learning Centre is worth a visit, too. As for the school search, this will probably be a longer process, but hey, these options are a great place to start. Here’s another great resource to look at the different schools available in your area. Plan a visit to Hahndorf Primary School, Heathfield Primary School, St Mark’s Lutheran School and Woodside Primary School. There’s plenty of high school options, too. Some of the well-known secondary schools include Cornerstone College, Eastern Fleurieu School, Hills Montessori School, St Francis de Sales College and Heathfield High School. Here’s another website that could assist in your search. The Hills Christian Community School made it onto the list of the most popular schools in South Australia. Once you’ve determined your interest in public, private or independent schools, this will narrow the search. But it doesn’t hurt to peruse them all and see which one ‘speaks’ to you. Whether you’re wanting your kids to carry on the family tradition or have a say in where they’d like to go to school, one thing’s for sure: You have plenty of options in the Adelaide Hills.