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My School enables you to search the profiles of almost 10,000 Australian schools.

A note from ACARA

My School provides an important opportunity for everyone to learn more about Australian schools, and for Australian schools to learn more from each other.

The My School website has been developed by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), an independent authority that is responsible, among other things, for publishing nationally comparable data on Australian schools. ACARA has worked closely with education sectors and partners across the country to develop this website.

The My School website provides detailed information about almost 10,000 schools in Australia. It uses a new index of student and school characteristics, developed specifically for the purpose of identifying schools serving similar student populations. This enables schools’ results on national tests to be understood in a fair and meaningful way, and enables schools seeking to improve their performance to learn from other schools with statistically similar populations.

By providing extensive information on Australian schools, the My School website introduces a new level of transparency and accountability to the Australian school system.

Professor Barry McGaw
Chair
ACARA

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