St John Fisher College is a girls school which offers the latest in teaching and learning, technology, extra curricular activity, and the benefits of being a high quality inclusive Catholic school. We offer our students a rounded education that supports personal growth based on Christian values.
We encourage students to develop a knowledge of other cultures, languages and environmental and social issues. St John Fisher College prides itself on the spirit that can be found in our students, teachers, sporting teams, achievements, friendships and approach to learning. Our Mission Statement supports this philosophy:
'God's spirit inspires us in the St John Fisher College Community to love, to learn, to live as Christian people of faith with respect for truth, courage to seek justice, the gift of peace and the grace to forgive as we respond with equal dynamism to society's challenges today and tomorrow'
St John Fisher College is a Catholic school which has built its reputation on catering for individual needs and sees diversity, both in terms of educational opportunities and student population, as a real strength.
St Gerard Majella Primary School is a co-educational Catholic Primary School catering for approximately 450 students from Prep to Year Seven.
Located in the rapidly developing southern suburbs of Cairns, St Gerard Majella, is situated in a beautiful setting at the base of Red Hill. We share well-kept grounds with the adjacent secondary school, St Mary’s Catholic College.
An integral part of Our Lady Help of Christians Parish, St Gerard Majella is a school focused on people – children, parents and teachers working together to build a Christian community. This is a community inspired by love, a concern for one another and a relationship with God.
The staff at St Gerard Majella fully recognises the role of parents in the educative process of the child. Co-operation and consultation with parents and caregivers is valued and encouraged. Our goal is working with parents to develop our children spiritually, academically, emotionally, socially, physically and culturally.
The school’s motto is “The Lord is my Light” and this indicates that our guiding force in all we do is the Lord who lights our way through life
Founded by the Sisters of Mercy from Ennis, Ireland in January 1879, St Xavier's Primary School, Gunnedah, is a systemic school of the Armidale Catholic Diocese. St Xavier's School continues the fine tradition established by the Sisters over 130 years ago of providing high quality affordable education to the children of Gunnedah and district.
Catering for children from Kindergarten through to year 6 and with a current enrolment of 395 students, the school provides an outstanding education where children are nurtured in a caring Christian community.
We strive to ensure each child is happy at school, is treatedwith respect, understanding and care, is safe and gains the best education possible. Whilst at the same time helping the children to develop an on going awareness of Jesus Christ in their daily lives
St Patrick's School provides Catholic Education for the students in Holbrook and surrounding areas. We have a current enrolment of 57 students.
The school's motto is 'Pray, Live and Learn in Christ' and this provides the focus for actions of the members of our community. Our school is proud of the students' achievements across all the key learning areas (KLA's).
Our school boasts experienced and committed teachers who strive to achieve the best results possible for every child within our school. We have a strong emphasis on recognising and rewarding positive behaviour. As a small school, this is evident in the caring manner in which staff and students relate to each other. We are working at implementing a student welfare program based on the 'Making Jesus Real' program.
As a co-educational systemic Catholic School the school operates under the guidelines and policies of the Catholic Schools Office in Wagga Wagga. We welcome all to our school community and know that children will benefit from and enjoy the years they spend in a Christian environment at our school.
The Scots College is a Presbyterian day and boarding school for Transition to Year 12 students. The College strives to foster leadership, character and spirit through experiences of excellence that define the brave hearts and bold minds in every Scots boy.
Our vision is singularly focused on the education, nurture and development of fine Scots boys. The Scots College has nurtured generations of fine young men since it was established in 1893. We seek to inspire our students through the example set by generations of great men and Scots Old Boys who now lead, learn and serve in the community.
“Boys begin their journey to excellence as curious explorers walking in the midst of the fine men that led before them. With bountiful strides, boys transform into fine young men with courage and conviction in the world, to lead those inevitably following,” said the Principal, Dr Ian PM Lambert.
Learning at Scots
Scots boys learn in an atmosphere of excellence within a culture of high expectations where they can become creative, confident and accomplished learners.
The Brave Hearts Bold Minds educational philosophy provides learning experiences that are structured according to the needs of the boys, rather than their age of year level.
An innovative, colourful and adventurous curriculum informed by Reggio Emilia principles awaits the youngest Scots boys in the Early Years and Early Learning Centres. As they progress through the Preparatory School, little boys become ‘fine Scots boys’. They develop autonomy and the emphasis shifts to more scholarly ways of thinking.
In the Senior School, boys are challenged to develop strategies for solving problems. An extensive Honours program enables selected students to undertake extension and enrichment in a number of disciplines. At Scots, teachers serve as classroom coaches to bring out students’ best performance and help them kick their academic goals. The Thinking Sportsman model focuses on learning in teams and encourages boys to be responsible for their own learning. Teachers encourage a spirit of willingness and focus on building a culture of empowerment in the classroom in which boys can thrive.
Scots boys graduate as fine young men with courage and conviction in the world who will lead, learn and serve in the community.
Co-Curricular and Sport Programs
The Scots College has a calling to inspire and extend the interests, talents and skills of boys. A wide range of Co-Curricular Programs that challenge their character and facilitate their identity formation can be passionately pursued at every stage of a boy’s Brave Hearts Bold Minds journey.
The College’s T-12 Co-Curricular Program include Cadets, Pipes and Drums, Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Debating and Public Speaking, Photography, Film and Media, AV, Chess and Community Service.
Sport is synonymous with the Scots experience, encouraging boys to discover personal strength born of competition and camaraderie. The College is a member of the Athletic Association of the Greater Public Schools (AAGPS), which provides opportunities for boys to compete in prestigious inter-school competitions.
Summer sports include Athletics, Basketball, Cricket, Rowing, Sailing, Swimming, Tennis and Water Polo. In winter, students can participate in Athletics, Cross Country, Football, Rifle Shooting, Rugby, Snowsports and Volleyball.
Scots strives to provide a learning environment where adventure is at the heart of our boys’ experience. Adventure involves a quest fuelled by curiosity and passion in search of something significant and inspires one to strive for excellence. The Glengarry Outdoor Education Program is the cornerstone of The Scots College’s philosophy of honouring the learning and adventures of boys. It is inspired by the vision to provide defining chapters for our boys as they grow into men.
This program has the highest level of ORIC (Outdoor Recreation Industry Council) accreditation available. Year 9 boys spend two terms living at the Glengarry campus in the Kangaroo Valley. The academic program is supported by outdoor education, leadership, co-curricular and sporting programs which are designed to challenge and extend boys.
State-of-the-art facilities and an innovative boy-centred curriculum and program combine to create an atmosphere of excellence at Scots.
The Graeme Clark Centre for Innovation in the Sciences is designed to promote in the hearts and minds of Scots boys a love and appreciation of the sciences. This Maths and Science Centre provides leading infrastructure and technological platforms to inspire the best from students and teachers.
The Library and Digital Resource Centre (Stevenson Library) is a vibrant learning place in the Senior School where the quest for knowledge and exploration of the world of digital media is cultivated.
The Centenary Centre houses the College’s highly regarded Music Department and the Christian Studies Department. This specialist facility includes a recording studio, computer keyboard laboratories and specialist music classrooms.
Scots’ Sports Science Lab, used during Science and PDHPE classes is equipped with technologies that quantify performance measures, metabolic rates and body compositions. The science lab features a gold standard ‘Bod Pod’ – the only technology of its kind within NSW – which measures the body composition by means of air displacement.
The soon to be built International Business Centre will bring business leaders together and allow the boys access to this collected acumen of Old Boys, staff and external business people.
For more than a century, boys have been boarding at The Scots College and remain an integral part of the Scots community. Boarding is available from Years 5 to 12 where an excellent Pastoral Care Program, individual attention, resident House tutors, Housemasters and matrons provide high quality education and care in a safe and nurturing environment.
Boarders are assigned to one of the College’s five boarding houses where they experience the joys of being a part of a House ‘family’. Parents are kept informed of their son’s daily progress through Pipeline – the College’s innovative, real time information service.
International students are a valued part of the Scots community. The College provides a secure, quiet study environment for students to achieve excellence with their Boarding House family under the watchful eye of teachers and a House tutor.
The College also offers casual boarding places and a day boarding facility where students remain at the College to complete their homework prior to being collected by their parents.
St Peter’s College is a Catholic school in the parish of St Agatha’s located in the Diocese of Sale. The College is Christ centred with the Gospel values underpinning all that we do here at the College. We recognise the dignity of each person and provide a caring and supportive environment for each student to develop to their full potential. The College provides education in faith, spirituality and service.
At St. Peter’s College we believe that by providing a rich, relevant and diverse curriculum, students have the best possible opportunities to strive for excellence, and to explore and develop their gifts and abilities.
St Peters College, Cranbourne East
P.O Box 615
55 MacKillop Way
Cranbourne East Vic 3977
St. Martin de Porres Parish School Community comprises a welcoming partnership of students, their families & school staff seeking to faithfully live the teachings of Jesus Christ in the Catholic tradition.
We encourage each member to strive for excellence, celebrate the diversity of background, develop attitudes of life long learning & become active citizens responsive to the emerging challenges of our community, our nation & our planet.
St Joseph’s Parish Primary School is a medium size school with 14 classes at Moorebank. The school provides education for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year Six.
Our school hours are 9.00am to 3.15pm. Student supervision commences at 8.30am.
Before and after school care is provided by the YMCA organization at nearby premises with a special bus service transporting children to and from the school under the YMCA coordinator’s supervision. Parents make arrangements for before and after school care directly through YMCA.
We hope to inspire our students to recognize their role in bringing the face of Jesus Christ into their relationships with others and develop tolerance and understanding of the needs of those who are disadvantaged, sick and elderly.
Our school motto ‘Charity and Love’ guides us in this belief and underpinned by our reverence to the life and model of service of Australia’s first Saint, Blessed Mary MacKillop and St Joseph, Jesus’ earthly father and first teacher we are called to share our Christian values of hope, love and faith with our students.
The purpose of NAMOI VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL is to support Christian parents by providing an educational setting in which teaching and learning of a high standard are founded on Bible-based beliefs, values and behaviours and in which parents have ready access to the decision-making framework.
Namoi Valley Christian School
Australian Nationwide College is an innovative and dynamic education provider, located in Sydney, Australia.
We are committed to providing students with a high standard of education, training and student services. Our college offers a range of courses and qualifications, including:
Australian Nationwide College is committed to providing high quality education programs to both international and local students. It aims to provide an excellent teaching and learning environment for its clients while maintaining professional, personal and academic integrity in all its activities.
Australian Nationwide College strives to provide a safe and welcoming environment for its students. We are committed to the provision of quality education. Our teachers are highly qualified and experienced. We encourage our staff to be actively involved in continued professional development. We receive excellent feedback from our students, and our courses have a practical emphasis that provides students with skills that they can use in their future. Through this environment, students are encouraged to reach their full potential, taking full advantage of the colleges opportunities for further study, training and employment.
Welcome to the Antonine College Community, Melbourne.
The Antonine Sisters own and administer to Antonine College, making it the only Maronite Catholic co-educational P-12 school in Victoria.
The establishment of Antonine College in 2005 consisted of the uniting of the existing primary school (est. 1998) and secondary school (est. 2002).
St. Mary's College is a Catholic Secondary School catering for girls from Years 8 - 12.
We have a growing enrolment of approximately 600 students. Our size enables us to offer an extensive and diverse curriculum while at the same time maintaining the atmosphere of warmth, care and encouragement of individual effort which is characteristic of schools our size.
St. Mary's is a supporting, caring community with a strong emphasis on Pastoral Care. We are a community in which all members are encouraged to develop a sense of belonging and to achieve to the best of their ability.
Discipline at St. Mary's aims to be a positive process which encourages acceptance of personal responsibility. It is based on Love of God, Respect for Self, Respect for Others, Respect for Property, and Justice for All
Bendigo Senior Secondary College is situated in central Bendigo overlooking the historic Rosalind Park. With a population of over 1780 students, the College is the largest Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS), and Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) provider in Victoria.
The College is committed to providing suitable programs for all students from our neighbouring 7-10 colleges: Eaglehawk Secondary College, Flora Hill Secondary College, Golden Square Secondary College, Kangaroo Flat Secondary College and Weeroona P-10 College. There is close co-operation with these colleges in professional development programs, student transition and orientation activities, and instrumental music performance activities.
The College aims to provide an adult environment where sound work ethics, self-discipline and the acquisition of independent learning skills are fostered. Staff are deeply committed to the academic progress and welfare of students, and all students are encouraged to interact closely with their teachers and seek help at any time.
All Saints Parish School serves a community of mixed socio-economic background, drawing children from both city and rural environments.
All Saints Parish School is characterised by its warm and friendly atmosphere, where each member of the community is made welcome.
We are proud of our family orientation, and are rewarded by parents who are supportive and who become involved in a variety of activities.
Our teaching staff is conversant with current philosophies and practices. Their dedication and professionalism combined with a broad, comprehensive and flexible curriculum promotes an educational environment where children are encouraged to strive for, and achieve their personal best.
Our students are encouraged to show courtesy and respect, and to be tolerant of the differences of others, reflecting the importance of the Gospel Values, which are promoted within our School Community.
We are blessed with staff members and families united in their philosophy and commitment to All Saints Parish School
Welcome to Mosman Prep, an Independent Preparatory school for boys. Mosman Prep is an exciting place of learning, challenge and achievement where every boy has a valued place in the school community. There is a fine balance here between tradition and making sure we are at the forefront of educational practice. We pride oursleves on a personal approach and focusing on the development of character values.
It starts with getting to know each boy and their particular learning needs. It progresses by becoming a part of a supportive school community and establishing a strong sense of belonging - being a Mosman Prep boy. It develops further by entering a culture that is outward looking and focused on each boy's achievements.
St. Francis Xavier's is a systemic Catholic school in the Armidale Diocese and has an enrolment of 280 children. The school was founded in 1885 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart. Our school is a Christ-centred learning environment, which respects and nurtures the uniqueness of all. We have a long and proud tradition as a centre of quality teaching and learning in the parish of St. Francis Xavier's Narrabri.
At St. Francis Xavier's we focus on quality learning outcomes to meet the needs of all students. The school has a balanced program across academic, sporting and cultural areas.
An active School Board and Parents and Friends Association (P&F) give support for children's learning and welfare.
We have a highly qualified and experienced staff who take great pride in the achievements of these pupils.
St Mary’s is a co-educational, K-6 school serving the needs of the Catholic community of Corowa and surrounds in providing a Catholic education for its students.
Our School motto is "Love and Truth". We provide our students and families with a safe, happy and secure learning environment that encourages close relationships between parents, teachers and students.
St Mary's offers students a diverse range of learning experiences catering for individuals in all key learning areas of the curriculum.
Strathcona is an independent school, co-ed in Early Learning Centre and girls from Prep to Year 12. The School recognises and encourages the qualities required for tomorrow’s leaders – competence, confidence and compassion.
Since its establishment in 1924, the School’s sense of community and quality of care have been constantly demonstrated. Each student is encouraged to achieve her personal best.
Academically the VCE results are outstanding. The School has three campuses with students spending Year 9 at beautiful Tay Creggan on the Yarra River in Hawthorn. A purpose-built Junior School opened in 2005 in close proximity to the Senior Campus in Canterbury. The students enjoy first class facilities at all three campuses. There is a comprehensive co-curricular program including music, sport, drama, dance and public speaking.
All three campuses are well serviced by train, bus and tram.
Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic School, West Wagga Holy Trinity was established as an Infants School in 1970 to serve the Parish of West Wagga and the suburb of Ashmont. Holy Trinity School West Wagga is one of 27 Catholic Primary and 5 Catholic Secondary Colleges that form the System of Schools serving the Diocese of Wagga Wagga.
Our present enrolment of 240 children has the advantage of creating a climate that is vibrant and dynamic and also a personalized and caring place to grow and learn.
As this area has grown with new development in Lloyd and Glenfield so has our school.
Holy Trinity exists to serve the Parish of West Wagga and supports our families in their prime role of educating their children in the Catholic faith.
The staff of Holy Trinity are dedicated to providing 21st century learning opportunities to each of our children in a safe and caring environment.
The community has a great deal to offer the children in our care.
All of us are passionately committed to:
FAITH LEARNING TOGETHER!
St Brigid's Primary School provides a quality education to boys and girls from Prep to Year 7. We are a values-centred learning community that promotes the development of each person spiritually, emotionally, socially, intellectually and physically. We believe that learning is a lifelong endeavour and that we can all empower each other to learn. We offer smaller classes with a family atmosphere in the school community.
St Brigid's Primary School offers the latest in teaching and learning, technology, extra curricular activity and the benefits of being a high quality inclusive Catholic school. We offer our students a rounded education that encourages personal growth based on Christian values. We encourage students to develop knowledge of other cultures, environmental and social issues.
Learning programs are designed to provide each student with multiple opportunities to become a reflective, self-directed lifelong learner.