Nagle College is the only Years 7 to 12 Catholic girls’ school in
the Blacktown area. Nagle College offers a quality education within a Catholic
context. The college motto of ‘In deed not word’ underlies everything that is
taught and practised at Nagle College. The focus is on both independent and
collaborative learning so that the students acquire the skills necessary to
compete in a complex and demanding world.
Facilities: Large modern library, New College Hall, dance studio,
industrial kitchen, small on-site agricultural farm, MAC and PC technology
platforms for learning.
Electives Years 9 and 10: Agriculture Technology, Commerce, Drama,
French, Food Technology, Information and Software Technology, Music,
Photography, Sports Science, Textiles Technology, Visual Arts, Visual Design,
Computing Studies, French and Italian.
Electives Years 11 and 12: Studies of Religion (1 & 2), Religion
Catholic Studies, English (Standard, Advanced, Preliminary Extension, Extension
1 and 2), Mathematics (2 Unit, Extension 1 and 2, General), Biology, Physics,
Chemistry, Creative Arts, Visual Arts, Drama, Music (1), Ancient History,
Business Studies, Economics, History Extension, Legal Studies, Modern History,
Society and Culture, Work Studies, Community & Family Studies, Exploring
Early Childhood, PD/Health/PE, Agriculture, Food Technology, Textiles and
Design, Information Processes and Technology. VET courses in Hospitality and
Business Services are also available. Students can also access a wide range of
Sport: A full range of sports is available including in house and
PDSSSC competitions. Students can progress to regional, state and national
levels of competition.
Extracurricular activities: Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme,
debating and public speaking, Mock Trial, PDSSSC sports and athletics, college
choir, college musical drama productions, school magazine, photography, Vampire
Shield for Red Cross.
Welfare and personal development: The school has an integrated
approach to the wellbeing of the whole person, co-ordinated by individual Year
co-ordinators working in teams with home-room teachers. As well peer support
and our Big Sister/Little Sister Programs offer additional transitional
support. A counsellor and careers counsellor are also part of the team.
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
02 8887******* 02 8887 5401
02 9831******* 02 9831 1936
|Address||58A Orwell Street, Blacktown South 2148|