St Joseph’s Catholic High School has recently undergone some exciting changes.
Building on the foundations of St Joseph's’ proud history, they are moving to the future where 21st Century students require schooling that can best prepare them for the challenges of our rapidly changing world.
Catholic education promotes the holistic development of students and at St Joseph’s Catholic School, students are given opportunities to grow academically, socially and spiritually.
The welcoming classrooms are full of students with a diverse range of interests and abilities and the curriculum reflects these.
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There are opportunities for extension in class and through the Academic Enrichment elective course, the Science Club and the Writing Club. Those requiring learning support frequently have access to two dedicated teachers in the classroom helping them achieve their goals.
Teachers at St Joseph’s are committed to helping students to flourish socially and offer a range of extra curricula activities for students.
Students can join sporting teams, perform in the school musical or spend some lunchtimes creating beautiful greeting cards in the Creative Arts rooms to name just a few. These activities give students the chance to meet like-minded peers and make new friends.
The most significant characteristic that sets Catholic Education apart is the chance that students are given for spiritual development.
At St Joseph’s, students study Religious Education from Year 7 and in addition to developing in their own faith, they learn about other religions and cultures which is instrumental in fostering understanding and tolerance.
This religious education moves beyond the walls of the classroom as students participate in a range of social justice activities raising awareness of and funds for various charities. The centrality of religion in the lives of St Joseph’s students empowers them to contribute to making the world in which we live a better place.
Visit the website at www.sjchsdow.catholic.edu.au