Good luck to the class of 2020!

Get ahead with our State Ranked Ninjas!

By the creators of HSCninja

Why Ninja Learning?

From Year 7 to Year 12, we offer specialized and personalized teaching in small group lessons and private 1-on-1 sessions to suit your education needs. What's more, our state ranked teachers are on hand to provide you with after hours support!

Personalised teaching with after hours support

The big teaching institutes only offer set lesson plans, with a 'one size fits all' teaching model. That's exactly the opposite of what we do at Ninja Learning. No two students are the same, and each student should have their individualized lesson plans! All sessions will be customised to your learning needs, with mentorship from our state ranked medical students!

State ranked medical student teachers

Our specialist team of teachers have achieved state ranks and mainly medical students! They understand how to maximize your potential during high school and HSC.

Bring your own group

Create your own small groups or sign up for a 1-on-1 lesson. Your teachers will tailor lessons to you and your group in 1-on-1 style teaching. We offer online classes, as well as face-to-face learning at our Ninja Learning Center centrally located in Sydney's inner east.

After hours support

Your teaching doesn't stop at the end of the lesson! If you have an assignment due or just that stubborn question, our teachers are on hand to help you oue!

Trial lessons available

We offer obligation-free trial lessons! For a limited time, these lessons will be at half price. Get in contact for more information!

Our students' success

We have a proven track-record of producing success. Over 88% of our students have achieved a Band 6 (the highest HSC band) in their Ninja subjects! Over 76% of our students have gone on to achieve ATARs above 95!

Medicine offers from multiple universities

Our students have received medicine offers from around Australia, including University of New South Wales, University of Queensland, University of Tasmania and Griffith University.

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