About Eremeran

Eremeran Hills is a Study Centre for girls and young women that works alongside parents to help their children achieve their full potential. The Study Centre is run mainly by parents and volunteers who are passionate about youth. The activities are designed to foster the holistic development of each girl through her work, her spirit of service and her relationship with God. The main activities run at Eremeran are the girls clubs and camps, supervised study and volunteering. Each girl is given a mentor who helps her to set and reach her personal goals.

Eremeran is a project of Association for Educational Projects Limited (AEPL) a non for profit organisation which aims to promote the education of young women. Eremeran is an aboriginal word for rock, which represents a firm foundation for young women to flourish as leaders in society. The logo captures the essence of Eremeran, comprising of small, multi-coloured tiles which represent the different facets of the girls cultural, academic, social and spiritual development.

AEPL is committed to providing a safe, supportive and caring environment that enables Children to develop their full potential as individuals. AEPL has a Child Protection Policy which is available for here. The Child Protection Officer  is Gerald Santucci, Director of Snedden Hall & Gallop Lawyers, 0419 936 456.

History

In 1976, a group of parents thought to create a club for their daughters which would complement their home and school environment. In 1998, the club moved to the Hills District and is now firmly established in Pennant Hills where hundreds of girls benefit from regular attendance. We look forward to the purpose built premises in the near future. To find out how you can support us click here.

The Eremeran Shield represents the rocky Australian landscape, a symbol of strength, surrounded by the waters of change. The flannel flowers from NSW are a hallmark of the flourishing youth.