Past Student Network

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At the heart of San Sisto College lies its people — students, staff, past students and community.

At San Sisto College, we recognise that our past students are an integral part of our continuing success.

We are committed to building long-term friendships based on mutual contribution and benefit.

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Supporter Gifts

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.

'San Sister' Silver Pendant and Chain​

This beautiful piece of silver jewellery has been created for San Sisto College by award winning jeweller Daniel Bentley.

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 circumstance.

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. ​

55 Years of San Sisto College Book

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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.