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ST MARK’S COPTIC ORTHODOX COLLEGE


The aim of this school is to provide an Orthodox Christian
atmosphere for the achievement of the highest possible educational standards.

Facilities: The school has two fully equipped computer labs, all
classrooms are furnished with the latest educational equipment, and there is a
music room, three science labs, and a library, among other facilities.

Electives Years 7 to 10: These include Computer Studies, Japanese,
Commerce, Design and Technology, History, Geography, Visual Arts, Drama, Music
and Food Technology.

Electives Years 11 and 12: These include Mathematics (General, 2
Unit, Extension 1 and 2), Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science,
Senior Science, Software Design and Development, Information Technology and
Processes, Japanese, Business Studies, Economics, Legal Studies, PD/Health/PE,
Ancient and Modern History, Studies of Religion 1 and 2, Design and Technology,
Coptic Orthodox Studies, Music and Food Technology.

Sport: There are regular weekly competitions, SWISSA (which leads to
CIS level) and NSW state representation. Sports offered include netball,
softball, touch football, basketball, hockey, soccer, and cricket.

Extracurricular activities: Choir, string ensemble orchestra,
various club activities, Tournament of Minds, Mock Trial, debating, chess,
Coptic choir.

Welfare and personal development: A Year coordinated pastoral care
system is in place to respond to the needs of the students. A school counsellor
is on-site and complements the Coptic Orthodox clergy and lay servants.

Special features: The school teaches Christian values, Coptic
language and hymnology.

Religion Christian
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 622 students, kindergarten to year 12
Phone
02 9825******* 02 9825 6768
Fax
02 9825******* 02 9825 6489
Address 52 Australis Avenue, Wattle Grove 2173 PO Box 747, Moorebank 1875
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