Students and staff are warmly invited to bring their Fathers, Grandfathers, Uncles and Caregivers to our Fathers Day Breakfast on Friday September 3 at 7.00am.
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One of Australia’s brightest young racing drivers, 26-year-old Mildura-born Waters is a graduate of karting, the youngest ever winner of the Australian Formula Ford Championship and also the youngest ever driver – at just 17 – to contest the prestigious Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercar event.
Waters dominated the 2015 Dunlop V8 Supercar Championship, while he also contested the 2014 and 2015 endurance events with Tickford Racing, before replacing the injured Chaz Mostert late in 2015 for a handful of events.
2016 saw Waters make his full-time debut at V8 Supercar Championship level, driving the Monster Energy Tickford run Falcon FG-X on an initial two-year agreement.
Now in his sixth year driving the Monster-backed Mustang Waters’ career-best qualifying sees him having recorded seven pole positions, and personal best race finishes of first – on three occasions, while he also claimed second place at last year’s Bathurst 1000, matching this position with his highest ever championship points position.
Added to his already impressive tally, Waters has amassed 30 podium finishes and was last year voted by his peers as Supercars most-popular and sporting driver.
In addition to his Supercar exploits, and to keep himself sharp, Waters also races a fearsomely fast, 800-horsepower Sprint Car at some of Australia’s most-popular speedways.
Away from the track, Waters loves keeping fit, spending time wakeboarding and water skiing, while he also has a passion for radio-controlled cars and planes.
‘We must never say “it is enough,”’ could be Catherine McAuley’s most powerful quote. Direct and poignant, it inspires us at St Joseph’s College even now to persist in the face of difficulty, help others, and strive for excellence. Persistence Despite illness and...
The fifth edition for 2022 of our College newsletter - Community is now available. IN THIS EDITION OF THE COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE | SKOOLBAG APP | DEPUTY PRINCIPAL LEARNING AND TEACHING | DEPUTY PRINCIPAL STUDENTS | DIRECTOR OF CATHOLIC IDENTITY |...
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Students and staff are warmly invited to bring their Fathers, Grandfathers, Caregivers and Special Men to our Father’s Day Breakfast on Friday 2nd September at 7am. BOOK NOW.
The college has been asked to remind staff, students and families about the current advice from the Victorian government recommending that face masks be worn in indoor settings (except for close contacts, who must wear a mask indoors unless an exception applies).
Welcome to the 2022 edition of Harvest! Our sixth mid-year publication covers the period from July 2021 to the end of June 2022 and focuses on what it means to achieve. From cover to cover, you’ll see evidence of our students, staff, and even alumni striving to reach their goals, celebrating success, and learning from failure.
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