As a Catholic secondary college in the Dominican Tradition we are committed to the education of young women. The Catholic values of truth, joy, faith and prayer, justice and compassion, community and service, and a love of learning are as essential to the contemporary world as they were in previous times. Our aim is to provide a learning environment that supports the individual student to meet the challenges of the future. With an emphasis on academic achievement, development of practical skills, promotion of community harmony and a wide co-curricular program, the college seeks to challenge each student in individual ways while fostering a strong feeling of community.
Our college is divided into three schools: Caleruega (Years
7 and 8), Fanjeaux (Years 9 and 10) and Bologna (Years 11 and 12).
Each school has a strong identity and focuses on the
specific developmental needs of the students.
We offer an extensive program of induction into community so
that our girls can quickly feel valued and very much at home.
We assist students in preparing for academic, vocational and
social challenges by relating educational agendas to their success in the
future. We do this by:
The Assistant Principal of Student Wellbeing and the School
Coordinators are central to student wellbeing at the College. They are
supported by the Guidance Counsellors, the Student Wellbeing Officer, the
Organisational Advisor, the Careers Advisor, the Academic Advisor, the Physical
Enrichment Coordinator, the Learning Support Officers, the Indigenous Liaison
Officer, the Campus Minister and the Student Leadership Council.
If you have any pre-enrolment questions, please contact our Enrolment Officer, Helen Steffan on (07) 3900 9844 or by email email@example.com
Alternatively, you can request a copy of the College Prospectus by clicking on the link below.
Prospectus order form.