Sport: Padua College is a member of the Southern Independent Schools’ Association (SIS) and students participate in competitions with other SIS schools. The range of inter-school sports in which the students may participate includes football, soccer, netball, basketball, volleyball, cricket, tennis and softball, to name a few.
Extra-curricular activities: Participation is encouraged in a wealth of co-curricular activities encompassing many areas such as art, sport, music, dance and dramatic performances, as well as social justice, environmental and academic pursuits. Transition camp in Year 7 assists students in getting to know their new classmates and teachers. The Year 9 camp starts the transition process to senior years and the Year 12 retreat is part of the Religious Education program. Excursions related to specific subjects are regularly offered as an integral part of the teaching and learning program. Arts and cultural events include lively competition in debating, drama and chess as well as participation in art and technology exhibitions. With six different bands and a choir at each campus, music is a vibrant department, providing students with the chance to perform in professional venues from Years 7 to 12.
Student welfare programs: A pastoral associate and two counsellors work across the campuses. Each campus has a careers officer and there is a comprehensive special education program.
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|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Less than 4k |
junior campus, years 7 to 10 $3400; senior campus, years 11 to 12 $3785; levies for years 7 to 12 $550
Morning******* Mornington Years 7 to 10 and Years 11 to 12 campus: Oakbank Road, Mornington 3931Tel: 03 5976 0100: 03 5976 0111Rosebud Years 7 to 10 campus:Inglewood Crescent, Rosebud 3939Tel: 03 5982 9500: 03 5982 9555Tyabb Campus:1585 Frankston-Flinders Road, Tyabb 3913Tel: 03 5976 0100