Mary MacKillop College strives to empower young women to reach their potential by offering a wide range of academic and vocational courses to the HSC, as well as co-curricular activities and leadership and life skills. We are committed to ensuring that teaching and learning is of the highest quality. Teachers work in teams with mentors to explore a variety of teaching and assessment strategies. We encourage the young women to embrace opportunities to grow in their knowledge and pave the way for them to become life-long learners.
All Saints Catholic Boys College is a vibrant learning community, which serves boys in Year 7 through to Year 10. Our Mission is to assist parents in educating their children by providing a nurturing environment so that students will become responsible, self-disciplined, faith-filled learners. We are blessed with a dedicated staff that is committed to providing each student with a quality Catholic education.
Our parents, students and teachers form a learning community that highly values its Patrician heritage. We invite you to visit our school and to experience first-hand our positive learning culture.
All Saints Catholic Boys College, Liverpool draws inspiration from the charism of our founders, the Patrician Brothers. The College strives to deliver quality education, in the Catholic tradition, to young men from the greater Liverpool area.
Regents Park Christian School is a single campus school catering for students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Serving the western and south-western areas of Sydney since 1976, Regents Park Christian School provides a Christ-centred learning community for up to 700 students. With over 50 ethnic groups represented in the student body, the school provides a high quality education regardless of a family's income, education or social status. It is a place where academic achievement, spiritual development, creative, and physical development are all given importance in an integrated approach to learning. Different gifts, learning styles and abilities are recognised and supported.
To find out more, contact the school for our free prospectus and to organise a school tour with our principal.
All Saints Catholic Senior College is a diocesan systemic co-educational Catholic Senior College administered by the Catholic Education Office, Sydney. The College has committed itself to encouraging the dreams, molding the character and fostering the spiritual, intellectual and social growth of our students so that they may become leaders of high moral standing. Since All Saints Senior opened in 1987, we have always pursued this noble path in the Catholic tradition. This tradition is growing because of our continued priority to provide the best that Catholic education has to offer.
The College enjoys quite a favorable reputation, and for good reason. This status has grown out of our mission to transform our students in a special way so that, in turn, they will transform their world beyond the boundaries of All Saints Senior.
Certainly, a central aspect of the mission of All Saints Senior is to provide a challenging academic program that sets a high standard. Our students are engaged in the learning process, they are challenged by the high standards offered by the College and they are well prepared for the future. Graduates attest to the excellent preparation that they have received. Our goal to prepare each of our students for life after school is consistently reached by our dedicated staff - a staff committed to excellence
Freeman is a co-educational systemic College founded in 1985 to serve the needs of Catholic families from the Parishes of Bonnyrigg, Mount Pritchard, Bossley park and Horsley Park in the south-west region of the Sydney Archdiocese.
We believe that good education is about setting high standards and challenging, motivating and encouraging students to achieve those standards. We provide two very distinct challenges for all students at this College. The first challenge is to be a GOOD PERSON. Each day the students are challenged to live out traditional family and gospel values. That is to be respectful, patient, kind, forgiving and understanding in their dealings with each other.
St. Peter Chanel School is a Systemic Catholic Primary School serving the Berala parish. The school was under the administration of the Sisters of St. Joseph from 1925 - 1989. In 1990, the first lay principal was appointed. The school is administered by the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Education Office.
The Religious Education Program is based in the Archdiocesan Religious Education Curriculum. The school will try to develop in its pupils, personal faith, moral values, habits of prayer and religious practice. However, the school and classroom have limited possibilities for influencing these aspects of young people’s lives. The school does most for its pupils when it supports a life of faith, which is generated and nurtured in the home and local Church.
A feature of the Religious Education programme in the school is the home - school - parish co-operation, especially in the Sacramental Programmes. Considerable parent involvement is necessary in helping the children to prepare to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation and the Sacrament of Penance and Holy Eucharist for the first time.
Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary, Greystanes is a dynamic Catholic school committed to quality education.
Serving the parish of Our Lady Queen of Peace; children, parents, teachers and pastors work together to provide a Christian environment that nurtures the uniqueness of each individual.
Children are encouraged to know and like themselves; and to experience fulfilment through personal success and public acknowledgment. They are also taught to respect each other.
St Pauls Catholic College encourages our young men to be hard–working, courteous and to respect the rights of others.
We call on the teachings of St Paul, our patron and namesake, who challenged the early Christians to draw together different cultures, gifts and backgrounds into the one community.
Our motto 'Many Gifts – One Community' signifies our commitment to developing in young men the strength and resolve to be humble, gentle, patient and tolerant while growing in faith, courage and hope.
St Pauls Catholic College has as its foundation the Gospel of Jesus Christ as expressed in the beliefs and traditions of the Catholic Church. We strive to be a community that is faithful to the Gospel values in word and action.
Our community is built on the promotion of mutual respect and we work to make our College one that encourages growth and achievement. St Pauls is a place where students are encouraged to think for themselves; be confident and happy; and to cultivate a balanced attitude to life. Our vision is a College in which individual gifts are nurtured, to promote and strengthen community.
St Pauls Catholic College is a place where all are welcome.
St Margaret Mary's Primary is a Catholic multicultural primary school where students, staff and parents work cooperatively in a welcoming environment to:
St Patrick’s Primary school has been offering Catholic education in the parish of Guildford for 100 years. It is a well-equipped primary school with over 580 students, offering quality education and religious programs to girls and boys from Kindergarten to Year 6.
All of the activities undertaken by the school are underpinned by a set of strong values that are designed to ensure improved learning for all students and to create a culture of continuous learning, happiness and harmony.
At St Patrick’s School we value, celebrate and promote:
At St Patrick’s we aim to provide a supportive environment in which each person can grow and learn.
Our school, which began in 1950, is an integral part of the Parish of Sefton and is one of many schools conducted by the Catholic Education Office, Archdiocese of Sydney.
Sefton is located in the western suburbs of Sydney, very close to the site of the 2000 Olympic Games.
The focus of our teaching is on the individual learning needs of each child and providing a range of learning experiences both within and outside the classroom.
There is a sense of partnership between the school staff, parents, our Parish Clergy and the wider Parish Community
Under the patronage of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, inspired by our motto "In Giving We Receive" and in partnership with our Parents and Parish, we are committed to:
At Sacred Heart Villawood we hold the view that parents are our partners in education and in faith, and that we, as teachers, play an important role in affirming and supporting parents in the faith education of their children. Through our Religious Education Program, we aim to bring together faith, life and culture, thus helping students in the knowledge and understanding of their faith tradition.
We acknowledge the importance of the role of the pastor and work in close cooperation with him. The Sacramental Program is based on Parish/School/Parent cooperation. Parent meetings for Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation are organised and parents are kept involved. The Sacraments of Reconciliation are celebrated in Year 2 and the Sacrament of Confirmation is celebrated every even year, combining the two year 5 and 6 classes of that year. Special celebrations, class liturgies and other activities are listed in the fortnightly newsletter and parents are invited to attend.
St Gertrude’s is located in Smithfield in south-western Sydney, within St Gertrude’s Parish. The school was opened in January 1952 by the Josephite Sisters and continues today to practise the values and traditions of Mary MacKillop, their foundress.
The school is a co-educational K-6 primary school with 28 class groups and an enrolment of over seven hundred students. The school operates within an area of large cultural diversity with the students enrolled reflecting an amalgam of 25 cultural backgrounds.
The school is a feeder school for Patrician Brothers College, Fairfield, for boys and Mary MacKillop College, Wakeley, for girls.
Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School, Fairfield, provides a quality Catholic education for students from Kindergarten to Year Six in a caring, Christian environment. Our school is located in the Parish of Fairfield, a suburb of the south-west of Sydney, and a parish of the Archdiocese of Sydney. We belong to the Southern Region of the Catholic Education Office, Sydney.
The school was established in 1928 by the Sisters of St Joseph and was rebuilt and refurbished from 2007 to 2009. It has a strong focus on student welfare and the school community is proud of its safe and happy learning environment.
One is impressed in Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School by the breadth of our curriculum, the focused teaching, the excellent work in Literacy and Numeracy, the quality Religious Education program, and the sporting and cultural opportunities provided for the students in the school. The students are well catered for according to their individual needs. Provision is made for the gifted learners, those with Special Needs and those with ESL needs. The staff of Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School is exemplary and totally committed to the development of the students.
PAL College is a Sydney High School which believes in nurturing every individual student to bring out their inner gifts. Our focus is on creating an open and interactive school environment where teachers cater to the different needs of our students, establishing academic discipline and trust in the core of our educational system. Students gain courage in their ambitions and goals as they strive for excellence in a highly individualized and dynamic learning environment. The staff at PAL College strongly believe in the values and core philosophies which lie at the heart of our school community.
Our objective is to instill in our students a range of intellectual, social and life skills which will allow students to thrive and prosper in the future. We have a growing reputation as a community centered school and actively promote extra-curricular involvement.
At PAL we strive to ensure that our students grow into independent, mature and focused learners who play an active role in the community. It is this unique sense of pride, purpose and passion that separates the PAL college student from so many others.
Sacred Heart School is a Catholic primary school that is part of the Sydney Archdiocese. The school is located on Gilmore Street, Cabramatta, and lies within the grounds of Sacred Heart Church and Parish.
Currently, four hundred and eighty-three students are enrolled at Sacred Heart. The majority of these students come from non-English speaking families, and have a predominantly Vietnamese cultural background. More than forty other cultures are also represented, making Sacred Heart School a truly multicultural educational setting. Forty-four full time and part-time teachers are employed to educate the students, with an additional five teachers’ aides and clerical staff.
Sacred Heart School’s motto is, ‘Learn of Me,’ and the staff are dedicated to ensuring that the Gospel messages and teachings of Jesus are evident daily in the spiritual and educational dimensions of the school. Sacred Heart is a unique community of students, staff and parents who share the common goal of achieving educational excellence, and full spiritual growth towards knowing and loving Jesus fully.
Good Samaritan Catholic College is a Year 7-12 comprehensive co-educational Catholic College located in South Western Sydney, Australia.
The Good Samaritan Catholic College Community is committed to quality education. Our challenge is to make a positive contribution to the transformation of society by encouraging independent and creative thinkers to search out new ways of dealing with our rapidly changing world.
Our name Good Samaritan Catholic College and our motto "Journeying with Compassion" offer us a challenge and mandate to live the good news of the Gospel in the context of our times.
We acknowledge that each person is on a life-long journey which is a continuous process that reaches beyond schooling. We are called to enrich and empower each student to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will give us an appreciation of the fullness of life.
We acknowledge the individuality of all members of our community and value the gifts they bring with them to our shared journey. All members of our community are encouraged to explore their potential and to strive for personal excellence.
Compassion is an integral part of our journey. The call to journey with compassion is a Gospel imperative which demands each one of us a spirit of service, a sense of justice and a search for truth. It acknowledges the dignity of every member of our community and calls each one of us to act with courage and integrity.
The Good Samaritan Catholic College community is committed to quality education. Our challenge is to make a positive contribution to the transformation of society by encouraging independent and creative thinkers to search out new ways of dealing with our rapidly changing world. As a community truly journeying with compassion, we will come to better understand the Gospel message, to grow as individuals and to help each other build the Kingdom of God.
St Joseph’s Parish Primary School is a medium size school with 14 classes at Moorebank. The school provides education for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year Six.
Our school hours are 9.00am to 3.15pm. Student supervision commences at 8.30am.
Before and after school care is provided by the YMCA organization at nearby premises with a special bus service transporting children to and from the school under the YMCA coordinator’s supervision. Parents make arrangements for before and after school care directly through YMCA.
We hope to inspire our students to recognize their role in bringing the face of Jesus Christ into their relationships with others and develop tolerance and understanding of the needs of those who are disadvantaged, sick and elderly.
Our school motto ‘Charity and Love’ guides us in this belief and underpinned by our reverence to the life and model of service of Australia’s first Saint, Blessed Mary MacKillop and St Joseph, Jesus’ earthly father and first teacher we are called to share our Christian values of hope, love and faith with our students.
William Carey Christian School is committed to transforming lives by the proclamation of the gospel and the delivery of an excellent, affordable Christian education; accessible to the whole community.
We strive to be a community that:
Holy Spirit Primary School is a new Catholic School situated in the south-western suburb of Carnes Hill. Our school population continues to grow each year, accommodating many young families who have settled in Carnes Hill.
We are excited at the foundation, establishment and subsequent development of our new school at Carnes Hill. Our time has been exciting, energetic and spirited as we experience growth, unity and a common vision for this school and parish. Of course, beginning school or entering a new school is one large step in the life of your child as they learn more about themselves, others, the world and God. You have already taught your child so many lessons in life. At Holy Spirit School we will strive to support your efforts to provide a challenging and enjoyable Catholic learning environment for your child.
May the Holy Spirit guide us and “enflame our hearts” as we walk in partnership to nurture the education and faith of those placed in our care.