We, the St Joseph's College Community, are committed to continue education in the Catholic tradition, through the example of Jesus Christ, our beginning and end. Moved by the story of Edmund Rice and inspired by the gospel values of love and justice, we encourage one another "to strive for the highest", to develop and use our talents and abilities, and to respect and show compassion towards others.
Through the development of partnerships, we show that we value the contribution of students, staff and families, past and present. In our service to the wider community, we see our school as being a place of hope and encouragement in our world today.
We seek to equip boys with the knowledge, integrity and sense of self that will help them develop into fine men who contribute to the world in their own unique way. We uphold the model of life long learning and hope that each boy leaves St Joseph’s with confidence and motivation to keep reaching for new horizons.
St Robert’s is part of the Catholic Parish of St Mary of the Angels. As such, it offers a Christ centred education and is concerned about the growth of the children within the Christian tradition.
St Robert’s School considers each family to be an important part of a very special community. We at St Robert’s value any contributions parents may be able to make and invite you to take an active role in your child’s education by sharing any time, ideas or skills that may help in maintaining our school as the great school it is.
Inspired by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, and sustained by the Mercy tradition, we at Sacred Heart College, commit ourselves to a love of God, of life, of others and of learning.
Sacred Heart College is a modern, dynamic secondary school and our 1350 students enjoy a rich and diverse curriculum. We have been awarded World School status by the International Baccalaureate Organisation and offer the IB Middle Years Program for students in Years 7-10.
The school achieves excellent academic results and the majority of our graduating students go on to tertiary studies. In addition to our academic program we offer a wide co-curricula program and our students excel in the performing arts and sport.
A major strength of the school is our social justice program which allows our students to experience Mercy in action and to become involved in projects which help others.