School Governance

Swan Valley Anglican Community School is owned by the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc).

The Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.) (ASC) is a separately incorporated entity governed by a Board. Established in 1985, the ASC was founded to establish and support low fee paying Anglican systemic schools which provide a high quality, inclusive, caring Christian education.

Today there are more than 14,000 students attending ASC schools. There are eleven schools in Western Australia, and three in the Diocese of Wangaratta, in north-east Victoria and the Albury border area of New South Wales.

Their vision is to fulfil the Gospel imperative to teach the faith and nurture the young by strengthening and growing these schools as centres of excellence in teaching and learning, pastoral care, worship and service.

These young people, aged from four to 18 years, are taught and cared for by approximately 1500 teaching and non-teaching staff. The focus of ASC schools is to teach their students to live by Gospel values, pursue high standards in all things, demonstrate fairness and compassion, respect themselves and our world, act with honesty and promote and celebrate diversity.

Further details about the work of the ASC may be obtained from their website: The Anglican Schools Commission.

ASC 30th Anniversary Video link


Anglican Schools Commission Christian Purposes Statement

ASC Christian Purpose Statement


Anglican Schools Commission Newsletter

ASC News & Information


Anglican Diocese of Perth Newsletter

Please click the following link for the Anglican Messenger.
Anglican Messenger


Anglican Schools Australia Newsletter

Please click the following link for the ASA Newsletter.
ASA Newsletters



Please click the following link for the WAASA Anglican Schools Ethos statement: 

WAASA Anglican Schools in WA Ethos Statement