Recognised as one of the leading learning institutions in Sydney, St Scholastica's College provides a beautiful, safe, and challenging educational environment which is as tranquil as it is energetic.
Thank you for visiting St Scholastica's College website and welcome.
'Schols' as it is often endearingly known is a wonderful Good Samaritan educational institution with a 100-year history and a contemporary outlook. Whether you are a parent/carer of a prospective student or your daughter already attends, the website, hopefully, will tell you everything you need to know.
Through academic achievement, music, dance, drama and sport, through co-curricular and pastoral activities, we create a platform from which Schols graduates can successfully meet the challenges of life.
We strive to develop young women who, with compassion and justice, will make a positive difference to the people around them, to their local communities and, indeed, to the world.
If you cannot find the information you need or there is more we can tell you, please contact us. We will be happy to help. Again, thank you for your interest in our School.
Open Day 2016
Sunday 20th March - 11am to 3pm
Open Day is more than just an opportunity to see the grounds and the facilities. Through our staff and students we want to give you an appreciation of what a Schols education can do for your daughter; academic achievement certainly, but much more than that. Through music, drama and sport, through co-curricular and pastoral activities, we create a platform from which Schols graduates can successfully meet the challenges of life.
Come along and be entertained by our College Choir, Orchestra, Music Ensembles and Drama students.
There will be opportunities to interact with, and displays of, students' work across all the Faculties
The Principal will address attendees on two occasions: at noon and again at 2pm.
The P&F will provide some wonderful refreshments including a gourmet BBQ.
Come and visit us, we would love to tell and show you more, and let you see for yourself what makes Schols tick.