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Principal's Welcomehttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/ourcollege/Pages/Principal%27s-welcome.aspx, http://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/ourcollege/Pages/Principal's-welcome.aspxPrincipal's WelcomeEducating young women in Years 7 – 12 is an extraordinary privilege, and I thank you for expressing interest in our college as the school for your daughter.
Academic Excellencehttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/enrolment/Pages/Our-College.aspx, http://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/enrolment/Pages/Our-College.aspxAcademic Excellence​As a Catholic secondary college in the Dominican Tradition we are committed to the education of young women. Our aim is to provide a learning environment that supports the individual student to meet the challenges of the future.
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San Sisto Triumphant Again at the Australian National Titration Competitionhttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/San-Sisto-Triumphant-Again-at-the-Australian-National-Titration-Competition.aspxSan Sisto Triumphant Again at the Australian National Titration Competition<p style="text-align:justify;">Recently, twelve Year 11 and 12 Chemistry students once again competed in the Australian National </p><p style="text-align:justify;">Titration Competition organised by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, at the University of Queensland St Lucia campus.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">San Sisto has a rich tradition of excellence in titration, this year is no exception.  Although the final results are not published until later in the semester, we do know that San Sisto won a third place in the Regional competition.  This is no mean feat considering that there were as many as forty teams competing at the University on the day.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">The competition involves a very accurate analysis of the concentrations of solutions of acid and base.  There is a high level of skill involved both at the practical and theoretical levels.  Students have had to be dedicated and put in many hours of training in the laboratory to obtain these skill levels. </p><p style="text-align:justify;">Loren Toten, Lucy Quach and Brianna Barron were the team placing third.  Other teams competing included Sabrina Gregory, Brooke Jay, Charlie Enright, Yasmin Barraclough, Tayla Heath, Kiana Heath, Sophie Walden, Maria Leal and Talullah Vinney.</p><p style="text-align:justify;">We would like to congratulate all team members as there were some very accurate individual results as well.</p>
Lord Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council 2018http://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/Lord-Mayor’s-Youth-Advisory-Council-2018.aspxLord Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council 2018<span lang="EN"><p align="JUSTIFY" dir="LTR">We are pleased to announce that Year 10 student Annika Poole will be our 2018 San Sisto representative on the Lord Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council (LMYAC). Each year, Brisbane high schools are invited to nominate one Year 10 student to the represent on the council. LMYAC delegates act as representatives of their school and community, and are a voice for raising issues or sharing ideas that affect young people. </p> <p align="JUSTIFY" dir="LTR">LMYAC aims to develop young people as leaders, and is specifically designed to provide an opportunity for young people in Brisbane to participate in decision making at the local and citywide level. Students identify issues and engage with each other in a public forum, where they are encouraged to provide feedback and give their opinion about Brisbane City Council policies, local laws, services and programs that affect young people. </p> <p>Congratulations to Annika and well done to the other Year 10s who put forward a nomination for this position. It is wonderful to see that we have so many Year 10 students who want to be of service to our college and the wider community. </p><p> </p></span>
Dancehttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/Dance.aspxDance<p style="text-align:justify;"><span lang="EN">This year our new elective, Dance, has started off with a bang! Both classes have been travelling out to Arete Arts Academy to undertake their practical lessons, plus one theory lesson on campus with dance teacher, Jodi Hursford. Our girls have been working hard on their assessment exploring Contemporary Dance to Florence and the Machine’s, Heavy in your arms. Each lesson Ms Hursford has been teaching the choreography step by step, from basic contractions and fluid floor work, to a touch of classical movement. All girls are showing so much potential - well done girls! </span></p>
Equestrian Kick Offhttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/San-Sisto-College-Equestrian-Kick-Off.aspxEquestrian Kick Off<p>San Sisto College is excited to have a team competing in the Equestrian Queensland Inter-School (IQ) competition for the first time. The competition provides a wonderful opportunity for our students to share their passion for horse riding with other like-minded school students. Our team will compete in Show Jumping, Eventing and Dressage events throughout the year.</p><p>The qualifying rounds began in February.  Thus far, the team has participated in Show Jumping competitions, completing clean rounds and placing in the top six riders in their jump height category. </p><p>Senior student, Bailey Kelly, started riding when she was very young. Like most equestrian enthusiasts, she is passionate about riding and spends hours preparing for competitions. She believes horse riding has many benefits:</p><p>“Horse riding is a sport that really works you hard, both mentally and physically, but is also extremely rewarding and enjoyable. Your resilience and persistence are often tested, but you learn to keep going, get back in the saddle and continue moving forward."</p><p>While this is the first year of the competition, San Sisto students are training towards high goals. Year 10 students Lucy Vaschina and Lili Green are sharing their passion for competing in Show Jumping events with their horses, Mystic and Dane. Both girls began riding when they were very young and are enjoying the opportunity to compete in the Inter-School competition.</p><p>Lucy said, “Riding has taught me to be patient and persistent while dealing with frustrating situations, as well as loving what I'm doing when it's going well."</p><p>She also acknowledged the commitment, time and expense involved in Equestrian as a sport. “I am forever grateful to my family for their constant support, and the San Sisto staff and community for welcoming this idea and team."</p><p>“We have a very young equestrian team that has managed to excel in this our first year of competition," Principal, Mrs Shelley Hamilton said. “The team has developed a strong sense of camaraderie, trust, respect and school spirit that is a credit to them."</p><p><img src="/latest-news/SiteAssets/Equestrian.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" /> </p><p> </p>
San Sisto Wins UQ Chemical Analysis Competition 2017http://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/San-Sisto-Wins-UQ-Chemical-Analysis-Competition.aspxSan Sisto Wins UQ Chemical Analysis Competition 2017<div>A team of twelve enthusiastic chemistry students recently went to the St Lucia campus of the University of Queensland to compete last year in the Chemical Analysis competition.  Four teams of three girls battled it out with more than twenty other teams from schools around Brisbane in the Chemistry Building.  Students had to use chemical analysis techniques to accurately find the concentration of a solution.  Even with breaking glassware, stands collapsing and solutions being spilt, we performed to an excellent standard with several girls obtaining near perfect individual results. ​<br></div> <div><div>​Results for one team were however the best on the day and Brooke Jay, Mika Sato and Lucy Quach won first place and are now eligible to compete in the State competition in October.  Other team members were Maria Harris, Isabeau Lawer, Katy Quach, Brianna Barron, Kiana Heath, Tayla Heath, Sabrina Gregory, Loren Toten, Bailey Kelly and Catherine Adams.  </div></div> <div><br> </div>
Plan your Open Dayhttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/Plan-your-Open-Day.aspxPlan your Open Day<h1><img src="/latest-news/SiteAssets/Open%20Day.png" alt="" style="margin:5px;width:582px;" /></h1><h1>Who can attend? </h1><p><br>Anybody can attend Open Day, and we'd love you to do so! It's important to remember that you don't have to wait until Year 6 come along. If your daughter is in Year 2 or 3 then it's a great time to get a head-start on finding out more about a high school education and the great range of curricular and co-curricular options that are available at San Sisto College. </p><h1>What happens at Open Day? </h1><p><br>San Sisto College runs continuous tours of the campus, with staff and student representatives available to talk about what they do and provide information about their respective faculties. </p><p>There are activities, entertainment, displays, presentations, food and fun. However, just as importantly, you also have the chance to talk informally with staff and students who are studying at the college. Ask questions about courses and facilities, and take the time to explore our campus, from teaching and learning areas to our social spaces like the library, café and sport areas.</p><p>Open Day enables you and your daughter to soak up the culture and nurturing environment of our college.</p><h1>"Must do" items at Open Day </h1><ol><li>Register early for Open Day and you will receive up-to-date information straight to your inbox.</li><li>Check out the college website to see what the college has on offer. Jot down any notes and questions you might have.</li><li>Print out a college campus map so when you turn up on the day, you know where to go.<br><strong>Click here </strong><a href="/latest-news/SiteAssets/San%20Sisto%20College%20Map%20May%202018%20Small.pdf"><strong>San Sisto College Map</strong> </a></li><li>Grab a copy of the college's Open Day Programme and highlight the talks and displays you and your daughter want to attend and visit.<br><strong>Click here <a href="/latest-news/SiteAssets/Pages/Plan-your-Open-Day/Open%20Day%20Programme%202018%20Single%20Print%20Version.pdf">Open Day Programme 2018</a></strong></li><li>Collect as much information as possible (although, not so much that you're overwhelmed). Don't be afraid to take notes.</li><li>Visit student support areas such as The WELL and general student areas to check out what it's like to be a student. </li><li>Does the campus feel like the right place for your daughter? </li><li>Join a campus tour and see what facilities and resources are available to students. </li><li>Don't just talk to college staff; make sure you chat with some current students. They are experts on what it's like to study there, and know personally the journey your daughter will soon face in attending high school. </li><li>Check out the student clubs and societies displays that look interesting. Joining these can be an exciting addition to your daughter's high school experience. They cover a huge range of interests and usually offer lots of social opportunities.</li><li>Bring someone along with you. A friend or other family member can be helpful and make you feel comfortable making your first trip onto a campus. </li></ol><h1>Focus on key questions such as: </h1><ul><li>Does there seem to be a good rapport between staff and students? </li><li>Does the range of subject, curricular and co-curricular options suit and/or excite your daughter?</li><li>What public transport and parking options are available? </li><li>What facilities are available on campus i.e. library and cafe, for example?</li><li>When my daughter becomes interested in career advice, what's support and guidance is available? </li><li>What kind of support is available from the library and student services to help with study skills?</li><li>How much are the fees?</li><li>How much is the uniform and school bag to buy?</li><li>What is the enrolment process at the college?</li><li>Are families interviewed during the enrolment process?</li><li>Are the college café's food prices affordable, and are there choices for those with special dietary requirements?</li></ul><h1>Finally</h1><ul><li>If you would like further information, visit the Enrolment marquee and collect a brochure of information about the College. </li><li>Speak to our Admissions staff about our fees and how to enrol</li></ul><h1>Ready to Go!</h1><p><br>Make the most of our Open Day. With your checklist prepared and your transport arranged, you can grab your comfortable walking shoes and you are ready to go. </p><p>Have fun! See you at Open Day!</p><p>Share your moments with us and the rest of the SSC community with the tag #sansistocollegecarinaqld or #girlsunited</p>

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College Tourhttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/Lists/Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=77College Tour26/07/2018 11:00:00 PM
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College Tourhttp://www.sansisto.qld.edu.au/Lists/Calendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=78College Tour17/09/2018 11:00:00 PM

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