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From the Principal's Desk


Dear Parents and Guardians

Welcome to Term 3

Becoming All We Are Created To Be

We welcome all students, parents and staff back to the College for the start of Term 3.
I hope that all families enjoyed the break and quality time together.

As always at the start of a new term, I encourage students to set fresh goals, based
around previous results, to support improved overall academic performance. We know
that this is particularly relevant for our Year 12 students who are rapidly approaching
the completion of their final year at the College. We encourage our senior students to
seek out assistance from teachers in the lead up to their final exams and assessments
and take advantage of the many different support strategies that we have in place at the
College. We also continue to promote strong communication between home and school
to best support our students accessing their preferred pathway post Servite.

We are privileged to have an excellent career development team at the College in
the form of Mr Cosi Schirripa, Ms Nerida Williams and Ms Lynn Betts who are readily
available to provide quality advice to students. They have been proactively involved with
the counselling of our Year 12 students for a number of years and are therefore in a very
good position to assist them in the transition to life after Servite.


Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal

Picture01The College has supported the annual Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal for many years. This year saw our largest group assemble at the College on Saturday 27 May. Fifty two students and fice staff ventured out into Tuart Hill and Osborne Park. Within three hours students had collected a total of $1,190.

These donations provide in a typical week:

  • 100,000 meals for the hungry
  • 2000 beds for the homeless
  • 5000 to 8000 food vouchers
  • 1000 people with assistance in finding employment
Last Updated on Friday, 02 June 2017 14:10

Pope Francis Wants to Hear From You

Picture01Young people across Australia are being called to share their views about life, faith, and their experience of Church through an online survey. The survey seeks to capture the opinions and perspectives of young people as part of a national consultation process that will inform an international conversation in Rome next year.

Pope Francis will lead the international conversation at the Vatican. Representatives from all over the world will be invited to Rome to share their experiences and views at a meeting in October 2018.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 June 2017 14:07