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Who can be a member?

All Anglican schools throughout Australia are eligible for membership of ASA. Though the term ‘membership’ applies to the school, all staff of a school are entitled to participate in the life of the Network.

An Anglican school is one that has:

  • an Anglican foundation historically, or
  • a direct or indirect link with the Anglican Church through its governance and/or chaplaincy, or
  • which claims an Anglican heritage and is in communion with the Anglican Church of Australia, or
  • is capable of being in communion with the Anglican Church of Australia.

A category of associated membership is also available to schools from other denominations or non-denominational schools or to individuals not directly involved in Anglican schools but with a commitment to the Network.

Membership Categories 

There are five membership categories, covering Anglican and other schools, Anglican entities, and individuals. For further details please refer to the Membership Form below. 

Entity Members

As well as our school members, the ASA has a number of other Anglican entities who are members. These include:

Anglican Diocese of Adelaide SA
Anglican Schools Commission (ASC), Diocese of Canberra & Goulburn – Canberra ACT
The Anglican Schools Commission Inc
The Anglican Schools Corporation NSW
Anglican Schools Commission QLD
Newcastle Anglican Schools Corporation NSW-

Associate Members

St Paul’s Grammar School Penrith NSW
St Pauls Collegiate School NZ
Christs College Cantebury NZ

Membership Form

2024 Subscriptions


Annual Subscription (Incl. GST) 

Schools in the first two years of operation 


Other Schools: up to and including 400 students 


Other Schools: more than 400 students 


Entities associated with Diocesan authorities 


Associate Membership 


Mentoring and Support 

From time-to-time members may wish to seek support and advice from colleagues on a range of issues relating to governance, leadership, finance and pastoral care. ASA can put members in contact with appropriate mentors. 

Should you require such support, please contact ASA’s Chief Executive Officer, The Reverend Peter Laurence OAM, via at the Anglican Schools Commission.