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Formerly known as St Paul’s College prior to 2008, Emmanuel College is a school in the Marianist tradition providing secondary Catholic education in the region from Yarraville to Point Cook. This Catholic education is a partnership with parents based on four pillars of learning: to know, to do, to live together, to be, in Christ. The college motto “Life to the Full” is from John’s gospel: “I have come that they may have life and have it to the full.” (John 10:10) There are two campuses: the St Paul’s campus, based at Altona North is all-boys from Years 7 to 12, while the new co-educational Notre Dame campus at Point Cook is co-educational from Years 7 to 12.

Facilities: The St Paul’s Campus North Altona: science laboratories, music centre, ICT and multimedia centre, gym, multi-purpose hall and drama centre, extensive playing fields and an artificial multi-purpose playing surface, synthetic soccer pitch, student resource centre. Notre Dame Campus Point Cook: Learning Street incorporating high-tech ICT facilities, Science, Technology and Visual Arts Centre, Physical Education, synthetic playing areas, Performing Arts Centre and Food Technology area.

Curriculum: At Emmanuel College students learn how to learn, to think and to communicate their knowledge. They develop and refine their literacy and numeracy skills, particularly through English and Mathematics, and gain extensive knowledge in the key discipline areas of the Arts, Science, the Humanities and Languages, all supported by a rich environment of Information and Communication Technologies. The Religious Education program is at the core of student faith development as they explore the Catholic tradition and its relationship to today’s world. Students experience a broad curriculum in their Junior years, followed by selected subjects in their Senior studies in preparation for post-secondary options at university, TAFE, apprenticeships or entry to the workforce.

Student welfare programs: At the college, emphasis is placed on relating well with others, being considerate and contributing as a successful member of a team. Leadership is encouraged and students learn the skills of managing conflicts and the role of empathy, forgiveness and reconciliation. They learn the importance of acting responsibly and showing respect for one another and the environment in which they live. They learn that choices have consequences.

Religion Catholic
Type
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1800 students across two campuses
Phone
8325 51******* 8325 5100
Fax
: 03 93******* : 03 9314 2475
Address St Paul’s Campus: 423 Blackshaws Road, North Altona 3025Notre Dame Campus:2–40 Foxwood Drive, Point Cook 3030
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Home » Schools » EMMANUEL COLLEGE

EMMANUEL COLLEGE


Emmanuel College is a co-educational Catholic secondary
college founded in 1872. The three-campus college features a range of modern
facilities and is in the first stages of a $40 million building extension plan.

 

Curriculum: Emmanuel College
offers a full range of options for senior students, including VCE, VCAL, VET
and Australian School-based Apprenticeships. A streamlined timetable allows
Year 10 students the maximum opportunity to study VCE units. Year 7 students
undertake the Five Star Program where essential skills are consolidated and a
full range of subjects is sampled in order to discern each student’s areas of
interest. Years 8 and 9 students complete the FLY (Flexible Learning Years)
program where there is a strong focus on literacy, numeracy and study skills.
The FLY program provides a solid foundation and is carried out in conjunction
with a “vertical curriculum”, meaning that students are not categorised by age
but by their level of ability.

Sport: A wide range of traditional and modern sporting programs are on
offer, including inter-school sports opportunities, sporting carnivals,
lunchtime competitions and access to sporting academy programs.

Student welfare programs: Emmanuel College places great focus on its personal development and pastoral care
program. Features of the program include a home liaison officer, who visits
each Year 7 family, as well as a “wellbeing team” made up of a counsellor,
wellbeing co-ordinator, wellbeing triage officer and the deputy principal, who
work with students to promote comfort and happiness.

Religion Catholic
Type
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1237 students
Fees: Less than 4k
range from $2609 for year 7 to $2990 for year 12. fees cover all costs (including excursions) except for textbooks, uniforms and optional trips and some optional programs.
Phone
03 5560******* 03 5560 0888
Address 03 5560 0889
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