St Joseph’s Catholic College, established in 1967, provides opportunities for girls from Years 7 to 12 to be educated in the Catholic tradition of integrating the religious and the secular. The college has a strong academic culture, while also appreciating the importance of physical and aesthetic dimensions to personal growth. Education in social justice is an essential part of the college curriculum.
Electives: The college offers an extensive range of elective courses within each Key Learning Area. The courses are constantly updated in accordance with revisions by the NSW Board of Studies. Most courses are determined by the NSW Board of Studies. In the senior school, a limited range of Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses are offered.
Sport: All traditional sports.
Extracurricular activities: Choir, debating, Mock Trial, annual musical, computing, video, photography, dance.
Welfare and personal development: A peer support program is in operation and community service is actively encouraged, resulting in a strong relationship with the local community.