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North Ainslie Primary School ranking?

7Mo ago 1 Replies 38 Views
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Anjali Anjali
7Mo ago
North Ainslie Primary School is government school in Ainslie, ACT.
It is primary school.
School ICSEA rank is 8 with ICSEA percentile of 92.
Total number of enrollment in school is 609 and the number of teachers are 47.

You can get more details about school from their website http://www.nthainslieps.act.edu.au/.
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