2023 Leadership and more…


Following today’s presentation to the College community, we are proud to celebrate and acknowledge the great potential and huge commitment of our student leaders for 2023. We wish them every success in their next chapter of study and leadership.

2021 Student Council & Middle School Captains


Congratulations to our Year 10 & 11 Student Council & Middle School Captains for 2021, announced yesterday.
Year 11 Council
Jasmine Andrews, Lily Calvert, Sienna Cross, Chelsea Green, Catalina Macfarlane, Allanah Major, Siann Thomas, Brianna Wilcox, Kaitlyn Wyborn, Madison Zapanta.

Global Youth Advocacy Forums

On 27 and 28 October, five students from Year 9 (Olivia, Hannah, Jerusha, Charli and Ava) attended the Global Youth Advocacy Forums. We participated in discussions and workshops around issues of globalisation, how we can better ourselves and establishing collaborations with other schools.

2021 Leadership and more…


For a long time, I thought leaders had to be fearless.  But now, I know that true courage comes not from doing things without fear, but from doing things in spite of it.

As a College leader, I would not only work to continue what the previous leaders have achieved, but listen to your views and opinions on how we can enhance this great community even more.

2020 Middle School Leadership Group

Congratulations to our 2020 Middle School Leadership Group announced today.

Middle School Captains: Alisha McGaffin and Charli Hart
Social Justice and Stewardship Captains: Sarah MacDonald and Hannah Koolstra
Faith and Liturgy Captains: Kiara D'Sylva and Piper Wilson
Arts Captains: Raquel Pospischil and Emily Tyquin
STEM Captains: Simone Martin and Alicia Petersen
Sports Captains: Sami Lane and Jemma Mason

House Captains
Lyons: Charli Gardiner and Danielle Cooke
Gibbons: Ashleigh Thomson and Vanessa Bateman
MacKillop: Ava Zidek and Charli Petersen
Chisholm: Ally Smart and Tess Grandia

Local interpretation of the Good Sam Story

We heard that today you’re exploring the Good Samaritan story, so we thought we’d share our thoughts with you.

Now this story – as it happens – is rather extreme. To be a Good Samaritan you don't have to wait until someone’s half dead on the side of the road to do something - although if a classmate has to get lunch from Cafe Bene - they are very much at risk of dying from boredom in that long line!

We can never know what other people are thinking.

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