A 7-12 Co-educational College founded by the Sisters of St Joseph 1883
Leader of Learning Religious Studies - Ms Elizabeth Lemmon
The Religious Studies curriculum provides students with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the College’s culture and gain a fuller understanding of what it means to be Catholic. As an integral part of a student’s education, Religious Studies provides students with a sense and understanding of Catholic beliefs and practices. It also develops an understanding of what it means to belong to a community where all members are respected, nurtured and grounded in Christ and the Gospel values within the Josephite tradition. Religious Studies teaches students the fundamental values of being a good person and showing compassion for fellow humans and creation, helping to shape well-informed and confident young adults. Along with this, our curriculum lends itself to exploring the Josephite Charism and how to live this in a practical way.
The Religious Studies curriculum is based on the following principles developed by the diocese:
Religious Studies is studied by all students in
Students in Years 11 and 12 have the opportunity to study:
Students have the opportunity to engage in a range of extra-curricular activities including: