William Clarke College
William Clarke College is an Anglican co-educational P–12 school founded in 1988. It is located in Kellyville, in the north-west of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The college takes its name from William Branwhite Clarke, an Anglican clergyman who arrived in Australia during 1839. He was a headmaster of The King's School Parramatta, the first incumbent of the Parish of Castle Hill, but was also a noted and respected geologist. The college was commenced as a 7–12 school, later expanding to K–12, and later P–12, in 2015.The founding principal was Philip Bryson, who served until mid-2002. The role was then taken by David Raphael, who served until mid-2016. Dr Scott Marsh currently serves as headmaster. The school is attended by around 1500 students, generally children from the Hills district and other surrounding suburbs.