Ethnic schools

Ethnic schools are non-profit, language and culture centres that are available to anyone.

Visit The Ethnic Schools Association to view a list of ethnic schools and the languages they teach.

About 100 ethnic schools in South Australia teach a total of 49 languages after hours. They provide a minimum of 2 hours of lessons each week to:

  • teach language skills
  • maintain the various cultures of Australian communities
  • promote cultural understanding and harmony.

Students are generally of school-age however a number of ethnic schools also provide lessons for preschoolers and adults.

Enrolment

To enrol in an ethnic school, contact:

The Ethnic Schools Association of SA Inc.
Phone: 8301 4814
Email: education.esa@sa.gov.au


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Page last updated 26 July 2021

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