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Claremont College opened in 1990 as a senior secondary Government school in Tasmania, Australia, for students in Years 11, 12 and optional year 13. It provides a full range of courses, preparing students for university, TAFE, traineeships and employment. Its 500 students study either on-campus or off-campus. The college is located at Claremont, Tasmania, in a picturesque setting overlooking the Derwent River, 15 km from Hobart. It particularly targets students living in Hobart's Northern Suburbs.

Claremont College
61 Link Rd

Claremont College

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School typePublic, Post Year 10 educational institution
StatusOpen Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm
AuthorityDepartment of Education (Tasmania)
Grades11 - 13
Enrolment~ rough estimate of 500
Color(s)Blue and yellow          

College facilities include a drama auditorium, sport and recreation centre, library, various computer laboratories, canteen, and many sporting fields.

A Block Front Office, Staff Room and ITC B Block Principal, assistant Principals, social worker/psychologist C Block Library D Block common room/ canteen E Block hospitality/ Cooking F Block Photography/Art G Block English communications H Block Science/ Glass work shop I Block drama/ Music J Block special needs K Block ITC/ Maths

Notable alumni[1]Edit

  • Luke Butterworth, cricket player
  • Nathan Dwyer, cardiologist
  • Emma Eaton, neuroscientist
  • Dana Faletič, economist / Olympic rower
  • Rado Faletič, scientist / business owner
  • Brett Geeves, cricket player
  • Jackie Harnett, lawyer
  • Peta-Gai McLaughlin, lawyer / business owner
  • Ashley Norris, scientist / business owner
  • Andrew Phipps, medical scientist / business owner
  • Bridget Pross, singer
  • Alison Rutledge, urologist
  • Joanna Siejka, politician
  • Corey Smith, futsal and soccer player/coach
  • Carissa Wells, foreman
  • Lindsay Wells, computer scientist / business owner
  • Julia Wheeler, lawyer

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Hobart's star students: Claremont College graduates who have made a name for themselves". The Mercury. Tasmania, Australia. 18 March 2019. Retrieved 18 March 2019.

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