The San Sisto College Rose Retail Centre is located beside the Resource Centre (Library).
Opening hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9.00 am until 2.00 pm or by appointment.
The Rose Retail Centre Contact Information:
During January, the Rose Retail Centre will be open on the following days:
Monday 15 Jan - 9 am to 3 pm
Tuesday 16 Jan - 9 am to 3 pm
Sunday 21 Jan - 9am to 3 pm
Monday 22 Jan - 9am to 3 pm
Items can be ordered over the phone, or alternatively, download the order form for your child to drop into Student Reception. Orders can be made at any time using www.flexischools.com.au, items must be collected from the Rose Retail Centre.
Cash, Cheques, Eftpos, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Please note that prices are subject to change without notice and all prices include GST.
Uniform Shop Order Form
Blazer Order Form
Stationery Order Form
Rose Retail Centre Returns Policy
It is essential for each new student at the College to attend a Uniform Fitting. Appointments run for 30 mins. Bookings must be made through sustainableschoolshop.com.au
The College uniform includes:
Tie with college badge and school badge
Brown leather lace-up shoes
The winter uniform includes:
Tights (compulsory for years 11 and 12)
The sports uniform includes:
Sports shoes (predominately white)
Sports bucket hat
College tracksuit (optional)
Please note, the San Sisto tracksuit is the only tracksuit that may be worn in the college grounds and at sporting events. Also if your daughter is representing the college in any sporting event, the sports jersey must be worn.
Brown leather lace-up school shoes are available from the San Sisto Retail Centre.
Sports shoes are to be predominately white with white laces (no fluro colours).
The Athlete’s Foot at Carindale supports San Sisto by donating $5.00 from every shoe purchase back to the College. The School cash-back offer applies to sports shoes and school shoes, as well as shoes purchased for any family member, including work and casual shoes and work boots.
The college backpack, or trolley bag, must be brought to school daily and is stored in the student locker during class time.
An optional college satchel is available for carrying books to and from classes.
The college sports bag and college swimming bag are the only bags to be used for carrying sports gear.
Second-hand uniforms are available online through sustainableschoolshop.com.au at any time. Register as a San Sisto College parent to view details of items for sale. Sign up for annual membership ($20) to sell as many items as you like during the year or the cost to sell clothing is $1 per item. Please call the college for more details or view our flyer Second-hand Uniforms.
To view items currently for sale, click the link: sustainableschoolshop.com.au
Lists of stationery requirements are available online at burstallavenews.com.au
The Rose Retail Centre has a range of supporter merchandise items including polo shirts, ‘San Sister’ Silver Pendant and Chain and the 55 years of San Sisto College Book.
This beautiful piece of silver
jewellery has been created for San Sisto College by award winning jeweller
This pendant is inspired by significant symbols connected to
San Sisto’s Dominican charism.
The circle at the top represents the globe of the
world. This reminds us that we are
challenged to spread the good news of the gospel in every place and
The two long, curved pieces represent two hands, symbolising
service. They are also the initials of
our college, San Sisto.
The orange gemstone is a citrine and symbolizes the orange
trees associated with the story of St Dominic’s life.
The main circular piece enclosed within the hands represents
the college hat, symbol of our community.
The necklace retails for $110 to past students.
This book is directed towards students, staff, parents and
friends of the San Sisto College community, present, past and future. The
College’s history is outlined, its values proclaimed, its symbols explained,
many achievements celebrated and most significantly, the precious golden thread
of its community spirit traced, from its year of opening in 1961 to the present
day. The story chronicles an ever-evolving college community: from its
beginnings in a classroom for nine students in the then Blessed Martin’s
Primary School, moving to the old Queenslander convent with fifty-six students
then on to its present, beautiful campus catering for close to 700 young women.
The book retails for $40.