2016 – Term 4 Week 9

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Principal – Final Newsletter

The year has gone by very quickly. It has been a year where students have embraced the many opportunities which have come their way in true Salesian spirit. Congratulations to Travis Hartley (College Captain 2016) who is the 2016 Dux of the College an outstanding result of 98.5 for his ATAR. Congratulations to all students

December 13th, 2016|

Cradle Mountain Expedition

Between Thursday 1 and Thursday 8 December ten students and three staff successfully walked the famous World Heritage Listed Overland Track in Tasmania. The Overland Track is a 65km North-South Walk from Ronny Creek (Cradle Mountain) to Lake St Clair in the southern highlands of the Tasmanian wilderness. The students spent the first day preparing

December 13th, 2016|

2017 Information Packs and Invoices

Invoices for 2017 school fees were emailed to fee payers on 11 November 2016. The invoice has been sent to the email address linked to your school fees account. If your family has not received an invoice, please contact the College on 9758 2000 or fees@stjosephs.com.au. A $350 early payment discount per student applies to

December 2nd, 2016|

Term 4 – A Time of Celebration and Reflection

As the academic year draws to a frantic end, it is important to take time to pause and reflect on the many achievements and successes of 2016. There have been numerous events and occasions where the St Joseph’s community has recognised the great times and the more difficult moments of this year. Each year level

December 2nd, 2016|

Music Teacher: Combined Schools’ Production of Mary Poppins

Introductory Session Over the last month, auditions have taken place with cast, crew and band having been selected for the 2017 Combined Schools’ Production of Mary Poppins. On Thursday 24 November students from Mater Christi College and St Joseph’s College gathered for the official Introductory Session. Introducing a few of our participants: Orhestra: Boyan

December 2nd, 2016|

Four Season Year 8 Camp

“Year 8 camp was the last excursion of the Four Seasons Program; this program prepares us our seven-day camp in Year 9. I was placed with an awesome group who made the experience really fun. If it wasn't James' great puns cheering us up, it was our fantastic group leaders, Myka and Mr Cooper,

December 2nd, 2016|

Valdocco Reflection Days

Following the Year 9 examinations held on Tuesday 22 November, Wednesday 23 November and Friday 25 November saw staff and students engaged in two reflection days designed to allow the opportunity to look back over the Valdocco journey this year and then forward to Year 10 HeadStart. On Wednesday 23 November we participated in a

December 2nd, 2016|

Year 10 Curriculum Leader: Transition and Discovery

We have come to the end of what has been a busy term and an even busier year. The term concluded with the Year 10 exam period and then a final Year 10 assembly. I congratulate the students for the way that they revised, studied and prepared for their exams. A successful examination period is

December 2nd, 2016|

2017 Salesian School Captains’ Conference

One of the really special traditions for our Student Leaders is without doubt the Salesian School Captains Conference that takes places at the end of each school year. The elected College Captains' for the year ahead have the opportunity to meet with their fellow school leaders from seven other Salesian Schools across the South East

December 2nd, 2016|