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AVE MARIA COLLEGE


Girls have the opportunity to excel in a friendly and supportive learning environment. The college motto, “Ad Veritatem Per Caritatem” (“Striving To Truth Through Love”), is realised through active participation in the community.

Facilities: The chapel and administration services are located in the historic Clydebank House, located in a lovely garden setting. Students learn in modern, well-equipped learning areas. Recent capital works have transformed the learning resource centre, media centre, science and technology centres, music wing and circuit room and enhanced classrooms. The glass- roofed piazza is a great gathering space. A wireless network supports thin client computers for students and data projectors are located throughout the college.

Curriculum: Religious education is an integral part of the life of the school. The Years 7 to 10 curriculum provides a balanced range of subjects to help develop student learning across a diversity of areas. Support is provided for enhancing student learning in literacy and numeracy. The VCE program is broad-based, providing pathways into a variety of tertiary placements.

Sport: The college is a member of the Secondary Catholic Sports Association and students can participate in a range of sporting activities, including swimming, indoor cricket, indoor soccer, athletics, basketball, cross-country, hockey, volleyball, football, soccer, netball and softball.

Extra-curricular activities: A range of activities including Social Justice Committee, debutante ball, instrumental music, arts festival, music soirée, international study tours, choir, debating and public speaking, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and drama production cater for a diversity of student interests.

Student welfare programs: The college follows a Restorative Justice approach to effecting student wellbeing. Specialist senior staff include an educational psychologist; careers and work education counsellor and individual differences co-ordinator. Student leadership is developed through peer support, the Student Representative Council and House leadership. Students receive leadership training.

Religion Catholic
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Girl
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 760 students
Phone
03 9337******* 03 9337 1666
Fax
03 9331******* 03 9331 1637
Address 14–22 Vida Street, Aberfeldie 3040
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