Our donors are an integral part of Wesley College. They are partners in our success in delivering a True Education and realising the potential of every girl and boy.

Their generous donations, large and small, have a substantial impact on the lives of our students. Our donors have enabled us to develop and deliver innovative educational programs, upgrade facilities and undertake new building projects.


With donor support, Wesley College provides scholarships every year to more than 250 students who benefit from a Wesley education.


Donor support enabled us to establish our dedicated Clunes residential campus. The Year 9 Wesley experience at Clunes enables students to develop independent living and learning skills and become a part of the Clunes community during their eight-week program.

Glen Waverley Campus

Coates Pavilion Redevelopment and College Sports Centre – Through the generosity of donors, the redeveloped Coates Pavilion and new College Sports Centre provide a multipurpose space for learning through sports as well as cocurricular and social activities.

Learning in Residence boarding – Strongly supported by our donor community, Wesley reintroduced boarding in 2016. The Learning in Residence program at Glen Waverley is a culturally diverse community, where senior school students learn, live and grow together.

St Kilda Road Campus

Music School, Menzies Wing and Adamson Hall – Providing the ideal environment for creative and artistic exploration, our donor-supported development of the Moubray Street Precinct - Music School, Menzies Wing and Adamson Hall facilities underpin our highly valued and outstanding performing arts program.

Elsternwick Campus

The heart of this campus, Fitchett Hall, was redeveloped into a contemporary multi purpose space through the generous support of parents and MLC, Elsternwick and Cato alumni.

Science labs

Extensive improvements of science laboratories across all of our campuses have enhanced learning opportunities with a focus on of the links between science, technology, engineering and mathematics – or STEM.

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