As a Catholic school founded in the Mercy Tradition, St Joseph’s College educates students in the Catholic faith while respecting other religious traditions.
The foundation of the College curriculum is the traditional Catholic quest to integrate faith in the mystery of God with supporting reason and knowledge. This perspective permeates and challenges every curriculum domain.
Religious education is also a specific curriculum domain, with formal classes in years 7 through to 12. It is always relevant to the developmental levels of students and is sequential in its development of concepts. It aims to challenge students in their personal faith responses and in their understanding of the Catholic and other religious traditions.
Religious Education is not just taught within the classroom. At St Joseph’s College, many programs and facilities are provided to sustain the Christian faith of our College community. All students are encouraged to take part in the act of volunteering. Our year 8 students participate in a Mercy Works program, where they actively meet the needs of communities, and develop practical skills, self-esteem, and a sense of civic responsibility. Year 11 and 12 students are also required to do 20 hours of community service in the local community as part of the Senior Mercy Works program.
The Sacred Heart Parish Church, located on Eleventh Street, is a spiritual place of worship. The College utilises the church for our Ash Wednesday Liturgy, Passion Liturgy, St Joseph the Worker Mass, and Mercy Mass. The original Mercy Chapel at the Enright Campus is used for our weekly staff mass, classroom activities, liturgies, displays and meditation.
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 |...
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.
Dear St Joseph’s College families,
The process of subject selection for Year 11 will commence early next term. In the lead up to this, we will be holding an assembly with the Year 10 students, looking at their options and what will be best for them moving forward. This is a critical time in your child’s education…
The fourth 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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Mildura VIC 3500
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Mildura VIC 3500
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Mildura VIC 3500