The stationery required for all students can be found at the following link:  

2017 Stationery List

The College offers NSW Education Standards Authority mandated and approved Courses as indicated below.

Religious Education

  • Stage 4 – Religion, Catholic Studies
  • Stage 5 - Religion, Catholic Studies
  • Stage 6 - Catholic Studies, Studies of Religion 1 and Studies of Religion 2

English

  • Stage 4 - English
  • Stage 5 - English
  • Stage 6 - English Advanced, English Extension 1, English Standard, English Studies and Fundamentals of English

Mathematics

  • Stage 4 - Mathematics
  • Stage 5 - Mathematics Pathway 5.1, 5.2, 5.3
  • Stage 6 - Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2 and Mathematics General 1 and 2

Science

  • Stage 4 - Science
  • Stage 5 - Science
  • Stage 6 - Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Senior Science

Human Society and its Environment

  • Stage 4 - Geography and History
  • Stage 5 - History, Geography and Commerce
  • Stage 6 - Ancient History, Business Studies, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, Modern History and History Extension I

Technological and Applied Studies

  • Stage 4 - Technology
  • Stage 5 - Design & Technology, Food Technology, Graphics Technology, Industrial Technology (Timber and Multimedia) and Information & Software Technology
  • Stage 6 - Design & Technology, Engineering Studies, Industrial Technology (Timber) and Information Processes and Technology

Creative and Performing Arts

  • Stage 4 - Music and Visual Arts
  • Stage 5 - Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts
  • Stage 6 - Music I and Visual Arts

Personal Development Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)

  • Stage 4 - PDHPE
  • Stage 5 - Physical Activity and PDHPE and Sport Studies
  • Stage 6 - PDHPE and Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation

Languages other than English

  • Stage 4 - Italian
  • Stage 5 - Italian
  • Stage 6 - Italian

Vocational Education and Training

  • Stage 6 - Business Services and Construction

The number of classes in each course varies according to resources and student interest. A number of students also complete studies at TAFE, the Saturday School of Community Languages, the NSW School of Languages and the Sydney Distance Education High School.

Particular features of the school’s curriculum include:

  • a Vision for Learning that fosters deep learning and the opportunity to engage in critical and creative thinking
  • target setting where students, in collaboration with their parents/guardians and the Pastoral Care class teacher, set targets for improvement by identifying goals and strategies in the areas of ministry, wellbeing and academic life
  • an Accelerated Mathematics class in Year 11 to complete the Higher School Certificate Mathematics 2 Unit course during the Preliminary Course year
  • ability grouping of students in core subjects in Years 8 –10
  • a focus on individual students’ aptitude and ability in Stages 5 and 6 to ensure a successful transition after school to further education and training
  • placing significant emphasis on strengthening students’ literacy and numeracy skills
  • music program including College band, choir and individual tuition
  • comprehensive Gifted and Talented and Learning Support Programs
  • a volunteer homework club.