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Mission and Vision
Past Student Network
View Events - Annual Reunions
Rose Retail Centre
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Women of Integrity Shaping the Future
Applying to San Sisto College
College Tours and Open Day 2020
Make an enquiry
Request a Prospectus
Stationery Lists for 2020
Religious Life of the School
Campus Minister and Chaplain
Community Service and Social Action
Dominican Sisters of Eastern Australia and the Solomon Islands
Year 9 Retreat Day
Equestrian Kick Off
Robotics - Year 7 Learning
Salamanca Program For Gifted Students
Excellence in Science
Learning and Teaching In Our Classrooms
Years 11 and 12
Years 9 and 10
Years 7 and 8
Learning and Teaching
Habits of Mind and Spirit
Service and Activities
Guidance and Counselling
Guidance and Counselling
Here you will find information about what is happening at Universities and
TAFE Institutions at various times. There are also links to useful websites to browse when considering your future career pathways.
The Careers Counsellor will be available two lunch times a week for career consultation from week 2, term days will be advised. The Guidance Counsellor offers one-on-one careers counselling sessions for students. There will also be career video and guest speaker days in room 6 beginning week 2 Term 1 on a Tuesday lunch.
You may have no idea what it is you would like to study, or you may have some ideas and not know how to get there. Or maybe you would like to talk about how to write a resume, or what to do in your first interview. You can make an appointment at the WELL at Careers lunch times using the referral process outlined under the "Student Support" heading.
Unless advised of specific scholarships available, the Guidance Counsellor refers you to the individual University, College, TAFE websites for their scholarships.
Information for Year 11 students
Study at University while completing Year 12
If you are in Year 11 or Year 10 and may like to study a University subject in Year 12 or Year 11, consider these options and consult your Guidance Counsellor at the beginning of Term 3.
UQ Enhanced Studies Program (ESP)
Also consider in Term 1 the UQ - Young Scholars Program
Pathways to Tertiary Study
Alternative pathway to university (If you are concerned about your OP or Selection Rank or missing a Prerequisite subject.) Please
for full details.