St Andrews is one of the better ones.They are Anglican not Catholic by the way.I would happily suggest that to any parent whose kids have had a less than perfect run with the State School System to go there.The only downside Is once Year 7 Hits You have to find them another school for their secondary years of which there are many to choose from.I remember when graduating in 1990 There were mostly a heap of St Peters College,Pembroke,Immanuel and Rostrevor College moves out of the boys and from the girls Three Wilderness,Three Annesley College,One Pembroke,One Pedare and One St Peters Girl.Strangely enough Places like Craigmore High amongst others didn't even register as an option for many of my old friends.
There are the two. Walkerville Primary School (A Catholic boys and girls primary school. 159 Stephens Terrace, Walkerville), St Andrews School (A Catholic boys and girls primary school. 22 Smith Street, Walkerville)
Around Walkerville is St Peters College (A Catholic boys Reception to Yr 12 school. 178 Hackney Road, Hackney), and the stunning, Blackfriars Priory School (One of the best in Adelaide. A Catholic boys Early Learning Centre to Yr 12 school. 17 Prospect Road, Prospect).
Yes, these schools are truly the magnificent schools in Adelaide I have to say.