Our campus is nestled in the heart of Beecroft, in the Sydney Hills District. With less than 1 minute walk from our campus to Beecroft train station, we are surrounded by trendy café’s and restaurants that service the close knit Beecroft Village community and it’s immediate area, including neighbouring suburbs such as Cheltenham, Pennant Hills and Epping. C3 Education Group is the major sponsor for the Beecroft Netball Club and does not mind sharing a meal and drink with the locals! C3 Education Beecroft is experienced with assisting school-aged kids looking for entry into the nearby Public Schools with Opportunity Classes (OC) such as Beecroft Public School, Matthew Pearce Public School and North Rocks Public School and academically selective secondary school/s, James Ruse Agricultural High School, Normanhurst Boys High School and Baulkham Hills High School. We are also very experienced with scholarship applications into private schools within close proximity such as Arden Anglican School, The King’s School, Tara Anglican School for Girls and Mount St Benedict College.
Welcome to our Beecroft Campus, servicing the Hills District
Our highly specialised tutors and tutoring programs have an established and successful track record that go far and beyond improved results.
Hear from our students and families
”I personally never liked English as a subject, but the tutors at C3 made learning a more enjoyable and fun process while also increasing your understanding of the topic.Sabrina YStudent
This place is amazing, I was definitely taught well coming from a student who really struggled with maths to be the top of all my classes. Thank you to Miss Geraldine, Miss Emma and Miss Christine for getting me to where I am now.
– Lachlan Stevenson
My son has gone from strength to strength since commencing with C3. Before C3 he was not doing particularly well and his marks have come up significantly; recently receiving band 6 results. C3 has definitely helped my son achieve better grades and feel supported through senior school.
– Al Martin