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Acacia College

Acacia College
Mernda, Victoria, Australia Australia
Type Independent, Co-educational, Day
Motto Fresh, Unique and Surprising
Denomination Uniting Church in Australia
Established 2010[1]
Principal Mr. Andrew Houghton
Enrolment 520 Prep-Yr9 (2012) [2]
Colour(s) Green, Black and Red               

Acacia College was a Uniting Church, P-12, co-educational school, located in Mernda, Victoria, Australia.[3]

Acacia College opened in January 2010 in one of Melbourne's new residential areas. Information sessions were held in the year before opening and interest in places at the school was strong. [4]

On 17 October 2012, the College announced it would be closing on 14 December because its owners, the Uniting Church, had found the school was not financially viable.[5]


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