On this page you will find the most up-date-answer for some of the most common question we're asked. We encourage everyone to check in here first before contacting the College.

Shoalhaven Schools
School Uniforms
Nowra Anglican College takes great pride in our school uniform. Midford's is our supplier and operate a uniform shop in a house adjacent to the College, south on the Princes Highway. Parking is available at the shop or in the College carpark (exit the school grounds via the gate near Apex Park).
Midford Uniform Shop Hours (during term)
8am–4pm Mon, Wed and Fri
t. 02 4423 5477
a. 388 Princes Highway, Bomaderry NSW 2541
w. www.midford.com.au
During school holidays and the transition between summer and winter Uniform Shop hours may vary. You can get the latest update here: Uniform Shop trading hours.
NAC Uniform Guide

Senior School commences at 8:30am and Junior School commences at 8:45am. The school bell rings at 3:15pm for both Junior and Senior School.

Nowra Anglican College has an open-enrolments policy. This means that we do not have a selective enrolment process but take each enrolment in order of application. As our school is in a period of rapid growth, your application may be placed on a waiting list until a position becomes available at the College. All applications are welcome. If your child has additional support needs, please contact our enrolments team on +61 2 4421 7711 to find out how your child can be support at the College.

Yes places are available across some entry points but it is certainly worthwhile in contacting the Enrolments team on +61 2 4421 7711 to discuss our current availability. Some Year groups do have waiting lists so please submit your application form at your earliest convenience.

The Tuition and Service Fees include all text books, curriculum related excursions and camps, co-curricular activities, and access to information technology resources. There is no further charge*. Uniforms are not included in the tuition fees.

*Please note, private instrumental lessons and International Sporting, Cultural and Service Tours carry additional charges.

Yes! Peak Sports & Learning is our outside school hours care provider with a difference. Their philosophy is based on the concepts of FITNESS, EDUCATION & FUN! These three ingredients aim to get children actively involved in sports, literacy, numeracy and most of all safe, rewarding and fun experiences! They offer:

  • Before School Care: 6:30am - 8:45am
  • After School Care: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
  • Vacation Care: 7:00am - 6:00pm

Please visit their website www.peaksportslearning.com.au/nac for more information and to register your child.

Yes, each year a number of scholarships are granted for partial remission of tuition fees (typically 25% or 50%) for students entering Years 5, 7, 9 or 11, and are determined in the year preceding entry to these grades.

Scholarships are usually awarded for the remainder of the recipient’s schooling, conditional on the student’s continued satisfactory progress (subject to annual review), contribution to the full life of the College community and ongoing support for the ethos of the College.

Current Scholarships

  • Academic Scholarships – Years 5, 7, 9 and 11
  • General Excellence Scholarships – Year 7
  • Performing Arts Scholarships – Year 7 and above by application
  • Indigenous Scholarships – Year 5
  • Mathematics and Science Scholarship – Year 10 or Year 11
  • More information on scholarships can be found on.