MoneySmart Schools

Helping schools get MoneySmart

Knowing how to manage money and make confident and informed financial decisions are core life skills.

ASIC's MoneySmart Schools Program recognises and supports Australian schools that help their students develop good money habits. The program also promotes the importance of consumer and financial literacy to families and their local community.

Why have MoneySmart Schools?

Schools and teachers are ideally placed to help young Australians develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours needed to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century.  Find out why your school should become a MoneySmart School.

Video: Why should schools be MoneySmart?

Video about ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching program

Teachers, parents, kids and experts explain the benefits of learning about money at school.

Transcript: Why should schools be MoneySmart?

List of MoneySmart Schools

These schools value consumer and financial literacy education as a core life skills for their students and have incorporated it into their teaching and learning. All have registered as a MoneySmart School.

Australian Capital Territory

Amaroo School
Arawang Primary School
Erindale College
Evatt Primary School
Melba Copland Secondary School
Mount Stromlo High School
St Michael's Primary School

New South Wales  

Ashtonfield Public School
Banks Public School
Campsie Public School
Hunter School of the Performing Arts
Jewells Primary School
John Therry Catholic High School
North Rocks Public School
St Ives Park Public School
St Mary's Star of the Sea
St Patrick's Parish School
Wingham High School

Northern Territory    

Larrakeyah School
Palmerston Christian School
Taminmin College
Yipirinya School
Yirara College

Queensland

Arundel State School
Gilroy Santa Maria College
Kings Christian College
St Andrews Anglican College

Tasmania

Campbell Town District High School
Lansdowne Crescent Primary School
Moonah Primary School
Princes Street Primary School
St Joseph's Catholic School
St Michael's Collegiate School

Victoria

Ballarat High School
Black Hill Primary School   
Burwood Heights Primary School
Buxton Primary School
Kangaroo Flat Primary School
Kismet Park Primary School
Mentone Girls' Grammar School
Methodist Ladies College
Mount Pleasant Road Primary School
Skipton Primary School
Yea Primary School

Western Australia    

Cassia Primary School
Comet Bay Primary School
Kalgoorlie Primary School
Singleton Primary School
Westminster Primary School

Becoming a MoneySmart School

Does your school value consumer and financial literacy education for your students? Are you interested in becoming a MoneySmart School? Contact your state or territory project officer for more information.


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Last updated: 03 Jun 2016