History


The Frontier Club started as an educational project for young high school students back in the 1980’s. From humble beginnings in Homebush, to a cherished few years at Chatswood, to its move to prominence in Pennant Hills, the Frontier Club has already amassed a wealth of experience and stories.

Today, the Frontier Club represents only a small part of the activities of Nairana Study Centre. It is aimed at the youngsters of Nairana: the Year 7 and 8s. The Frontier Club shares the same aims and ideals of Nairana but differs in the way these aims are achieved.

Inspired by parents, it provides a friendly environment which echoes the positive atmosphere and values of the family home.  The students who come to Frontier Club are encouraged to devote time to their academic studies, to improve their skills across a broad range of areas, and to give of their time to others.

The Frontier Club is open to boys of all beliefs and backgrounds. Opus Dei, a personal prelature of the Catholic Church, is responsible for the spiritual guidance of the centre.