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Campbell College, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Hale School, Perth, Western Australia.

Ozu, Toyo, and Seifu Junior High Schools, Izumiotsu, Japan. (Izumiotsu is one of Geelong’s sister cities. The exchange visit program between schools began in 1992 when the College Preparatory School Band visited, to be followed by a School tour to Japan in 1994. Students from these Japanese schools visited College in 1995.)

High School No 2, East China Normal University, Pudong Zhangjiang, Shanghai, China.

Lenekel Junior College, Tanna island. (The association between the College and Lenekel Junior Secondary school for the Fulfilling Lives Program was established in 2007. The link was formed through Mr Ian Macmillan, a member of the College Council, whose grandfather was a missionary on the island for 36 years in the early 1900's. In June 2008, the first group of Collegians visited Tanna Island and stayed for a period of 12 days at the school. The time was spent on a range of activities, ranging from visiting villages, spending time with Nevan families, working in schools and hospitals and also having time to relax and explore. Ad Astra December 2008 page 11.)

St Phillips School, Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

Shalom Christian College, Townsville, Queensland.

Triam Udon Suksa School, Bangkok, Thailand.

Winchester College, Hampshire, England.

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