November 4, 2019

In the middle of her Year 12 trials Ashleigh Chatelier, College Co-Captain of St Scholastica’s College, received a call she had been praying for.

Ashleigh was chosen through the United Nations Youth Organisation to attend a Middle Eastern Educational Tour in January 2020, to explore themes of nationalism, religion and state...

September 17, 2019

Our annual Grandparents' Morning Tea commences with a Mass service in the Chapel at 9am.  We look forward to sharing the morning with St Scholastica's grandparents for what will be a very special morning.

For catering and seating purposes we ask you to register your attendance by clicking on the link or using this address: 


August 11, 2019

On Thursday 15th August at 7:45am St Scholastica's College will be celebrating the Feast of the Assumption with a Mass in the Chapel.

The Church celebrates the Feast Day of the Assumption of Our Lady on 15th August each year, when according to our faith, the Holy Mother, "having completed her course of her earthly life, was...

July 25, 2018

Our Dragon Boating team established just six years ago has won Gold and Silver at the World Championships which have just concluded in Hungary*. 

The 22 paddlers and one drummer, already Australian Champions over 200 metres, 500 metres and 2000 metres competed over the same distances in Hungary.

College Principal, Mrs Ka...

March 6, 2018

There is no stopping our world-class Dragon Boaters.   It is absolutely fantastic to report that our  teams won gold in the 200m, 500m and 2km events at the National Australian Boating Championships in Queensland.

And there was icing on the cake when Isabella Morgan, Sophia Morgan, Alexia Saladino and Jasmine Fokes...

February 1, 2018

What is Genetic Engineering?

A good question and one that our Biology students will have the opportunity of investigating over the next three years.

We are genuinely excited that Schols is one of 15 schools chosen by the University of Sydney to participate in a program aimed at improving students’ understanding of modern biot...

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