A Catholic Boys' College Years 7-10. St James College is a community in which learning, self-discipline and responsibility are encouraged in an atmosphere that is friendly and respectful of individual differences.
St James is a Catholic College striving to develop in each of our boys a faith based on Gospel values and relevant to today's world.
Students gain a knowledge of the Catholic faith, its moral teaching and value system.
St James College is a smaller school with a strong pastoral care program and a close bond between students and staff. Our senior students are given the unique opportunity of exercising a leadership role. The Transition Program works with primary schools, De La Salle College, Malvern, St Bede’s College, Mentone and TAFE Colleges.
St James aims to be a community in which learning, self-discipline and responsibility are encouraged in an atmosphere that is friendly and where individual differences are respected.
St Peter’s has an enrolment of approximately 650 children across 28 single-level classrooms. The school demonstrates a strong Catholic ethos, which is enhanced by the committed relationship between the parish and the school. Parents actively participate in classroom literacy and numeracy activities, excursions, inter-school sport, the School Board and the Parents and Friends Association, which organises a range of social activities across the year. The school has an Out of Hours Care Program.
St Peter’s School offers a comprehensive curriculum. Religious Education is based on Archdiocesan guidelines which emphasise doctrine, faith and prayer and the Sacramental Program is family-based.
St Peter’s has a strong commitment to sustainability with a Student Action Team involved in such activities as the Kitchen Garden, Worm Farm and Composting as well as a commitment to recycling.