Thank you to all parents, students and members of our Alumni who attended the special community event on Saturday, 28 July.
The four Catholic schools of Sunbury came together as a united family at 5.30pm at St Anne’s Catholic Church (Riddell Road, Sunbury) to give thanks and
praise for the gift of Catholic education. This special Mass unites us as one community and was very special.
It's time for another Twilight School event! This time we are hosting a Father's Day Breakfast on Thursday 30 August.
We are very excited to announce that Darren Lehmann, former Australian cricketer and the former coach of the Australian National Team,
will be our guest speaker!
Come along to hear from one of the biggest characters in Australian cricket as he speaks about his career, the feeling of winning the World Cup twice,
how he managed to juggle various roles during his career, and his future plans.
Any and all dads are invited to come along and enjoy this event over a light hot breakfast.
Limited tickets available: $20 adults, $10 students, $50 family pass.
The long-awaited transformation of our basketball courts will commence shortly, with construction starting around our existing basketball courts later
this month. The $1.7 million competition-grade basketball courts are expected to be completed in November.
Surveyors will first by starting to lay out the grid for the courts, delivery of materials and equipment. The construction site will then be hoarded
and earthworks will commence for the laying of the new concrete slab. Stay tuned for more details.
Click here to see what these Basketball courts will look like.
We are really proud to present one of our Year 12 students, Bradley Bruce with his Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award on 29 June 2018. This is the culmination
of four years of hard work by Bradley who started in Year 9 with the Bronze Award.
Because so few students achieve the Gold level of the Award each year it is held in very high regard be Universities and workplaces. Bradley joins an elite
group of young Australians to achieve this while at school.
The Gold level itself requires five sections to be completed. For the physical recreation section Bradley used swimming, for his skill he learnt to drive
and for his service he volunteered with his local fire and rescue service. He also undertook two expeditions - four days kayaking on the Goulburn River
and four days in Tasmania at the end of Year 11.
In addition he attended a five day residential Outdoor Adventure course to improve his leadership skills.
Throughout his journey Bradley has proven himself to be a reliable, loyal, trustworthy and resilient young man and this Award bring honour to his family
and to our College and we are very proud of him.
Interested in finding out more about our College? If you missed the Open Day held in May, then save the date 17 October.
Open Days include a rolling program of events and student led tours. This is your opportunity to see students and teachers in action along with the wonderful
facilities available via general and specific tours.
We offer scholarships for students with a confirmed enrolment in Year 7 for the following year. The purpose of the Scholarships is to reward and acknowledge
the educational achievements of students who have achieved exceptional outcomes in Year 6 and the schools from which they graduate.
The Scholarships are part of our existing Achievement Program and will be offered in the areas of Academic, Agriculture, Arts,Community Service and Sport.
A panel consisting of the Principal, the Savio Campus Director and the Deputy Principals will offer the scholarships to students. The panel will take advice
from staff representing each of the key areas. The balance and number of scholarships will be the responsibility of the panel.
The process upon which the advice will be based is Academic (application, tests and interview), Agricultural (application
and interview), Arts (audition/folio and interview), Community Service (application and interview) and Sport (application and interview).
Additional input will be sought from the Primary School from which the student will be graduating and information gathered regarding attitude, extra curricular
activities and private achievements. Each scholarship will be to the value of the full College Fees for Year 7 only.