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St Euphemia College is a Kindergarten to Year12, co-educational
Christian day school. Since its founding in 1989, St Euphemia has established a
reputation for academic excellence, a caring pastoral program, a safe and
disciplined environment that is responsive to individual student needs and
fostering a love for life-long learning.

Facilities: Include six computer laboratories, three specialist TAS
rooms (Design & Technology, Food Technology/Hospitality, Textiles &
Design room, commercial kitchen, well-equipped library, two science
laboratories, specialist visual arts room, specialist music rooms, photography
dark-room, careers room and counsellor’s room, numerous technology rooms with
interactive whiteboards, basketball and netball courts.

Subjects Years 7 to 10: English, HSIE, Literacy and Numeracy
Classes, Mathematics, Modern Greek, Music, Science, Studies of Religion,
Technology Mandatory (D & T) and Visual Arts. In Years 9 and 10, a wide
range of NSW Board of Studies courses is offered to students as electives.
These include Commerce, Design and Technology, Drama, Food Technology, Graphics
Technology, Information and Software Technology (IST), Music, Photographic and
Digital Media (PDM), Physical Activity and Sports Studies (PASS), Textiles
Technology and Visual Arts.

Subjects Years 11 and 12: Ancient History, Biology, Business
Studies, Chemistry, Design and Technology, Drama, Economics, English (Standard,
Advanced, Extension 1, Extension 2), Extension History, Food Technology,
Geography, Hospitality, Information Processes and Technology, Legal Studies, Mathematics
(General, Mathematics, Extension 1, Extension 2), Modern Greek (Continuers and
Extension), Modern History, Music, PDHPE, Physics, Society and Culture,
Software Design and Development, Studies of Religion, Textiles and Design,
Tourism and Visual Arts.

Sport: The Primary School is a member of the local Bankstown PSSA
sporting competition and participates in weekly sporting events that include
cricket, basketball, T-ball, softball, netball, soccer and newcombe ball. It
also is a member of IPSHA, which provides students with a pathway to state and
national representation.

The High School is a member of the SWISSA sporting competition and
participates in a weekly sporting program that includes basketball, netball,
soccer, oztag and volleyball. It is also a member of AICES which provides
students with a pathway to state and national level of competition in a wide
variety of sports.

The School, Kindergarten to Year 12, also participates in other
sporting events such as Gala Days (cricket, softball, tennis, Futsal),
cross-country, swimming and athletics.

Co-curricular activities: School choir, debating, drama, chess,
Greek dance, art, Mathematics enrichment, homework club, public speaking,
biannual cultural awareness tour of Greece, Cyprus and Rome and other special
interest clubs.

Welfare and personal development: This is an integral component of
life at St Euphemia College and encompasses all that the School community does
to meet the educational, personal, spiritual and social needs of the students
to enhance their wellbeing. The School employs a counsellor who works closely
with the Student Welfare Team.

Religion Greek Orthodox
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment approximately 670 students
Fees please contact the school for fee information
02 9796******* 02 9796 8240
02 9790******* 02 9790 7354
Address 202 Stacey Street, Bankstown 2200
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