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Trinity Catholic College is situated 2.5 hours south of Sydney and one hour north of Canberra. A systemic school, falling under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn, Trinity was established in 2000. The College is the result of the highly regarded St Patrick’s and Marian Colleges amalgamating. As a Catholic school, the ethos is based on a Christian faith and gospel values, promoting a sense of community and partnership between students, parents and the school. Students of all faith backgrounds are welcome at Trinity, its motto being “Faith, Strength and Unity”.

Electives: Extensive subject choices are offered at Trinity. Detailed information is available from the Principal’s office.

Sport: Opportunities in 11 sports.

Extracurricular activities: Public speaking, debating, choir, music, drama, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme and cadets.

Welfare and personal development: A teaching staff of 70 looks after approximately 800 students. Students are allocated to a pastoral care class, which meets twice daily. In addition, each Year cohort falls under the guidance and direction of a pastoral care co-ordinator (PCC). The PCCs meet regularly to discuss campus needs. Staff and students are involved in the nomination and voting processes for college/boarding house leaders.

Special features: The Junior Campus (St Patrick’s Campus, Years 7 to 9) is set on 24 hectares, with well-appointed classrooms, a 30-metre pool, six football ovals and a large assembly hall. The Senior Campus (Marian Campus, Years 10 to 12) is set on 2.8 hectares, with historic structures, and is situated next to St Peter’s and St Paul’s Cathedrals.

Religion None
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 820 students, including 80 boarders
Fees: Less than 4k
tuition $2,947 to $3,455.
02 4821******* 02 4821 3600 / 02 4821 8834
Address locked bag 2222, goulburn 2580.
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