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TERRA SANCTA COLLEGE


Terra Sancta College provides co-educational Secondary Catholic
Education across two modern, well-equipped and safe campuses. The college has
an innovative transition program for Year 7 students to help them adapt to the
new high school environment. Our classrooms are equipped with data projectors,
surround sound, video, DVD/CD capabilities and computers in a wireless
environment, providing innovative learning and teaching that is relevant to
students of today.

The Years 7 to 10 campus is located on Hambledon Road, Schofields,
and the Years 11 and 12 campus at Quakers Hill on the Nirimba Education
Precinct, Eastern Road, Quakers Hill.

The college shares the education precinct with UWS Blacktown, TAFE
and DET. For Years 11 and 12 students, this enhances access to numerous
pathways of education including university and TAFE study while at school. The
college has a strong tradition of academic, performing and sporting excellence
as well as a commitment to social justice initiatives.

These things together with parent participation, consultation and
collaboration across all levels of our community and the extra curriculum and
leadership programs available, places the student at the centre of our energies
to see them achieve their personal best. For further details contact the
school.

All correspondence should be addressed to the Schofields Campus.

Religion Catholic
Type Catholic
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment
Phone
02 9208******* 02 9208 7200
Fax
02 9208******* 02 9208 7230 / 02 9208 7290
Address 85 Hambledon Road, Schofields 2762Nirimba education precinct: Eastern Road, Quakers Hill 2763
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