EVENTS CALENDAR & TERM DATES 

COMMUNITY

TERM DATES 2020

KEY DATES 2020

  Term Dates

  • College Swimming Carnival
    - Tuesday 3rd March, Drummoyne Pool 

  • International Women's Day Breakfast - Thursday 5th March

  • Twilight Open Day - Monday 16th March

  • Year 12 Learning Progress Meetings - Wednesday 8th April

  • Mother's Day Mass and Breakfast - Thursday 7th May

  • Year 11 Learning Progress Meetings - Monday 15 June

  • Year 7/8  Learning Progress Meetings - Tuesday 21 July

  • Years 9/10 Learning Progress Meetings - Monday 27 July

  • HSC Trials commence - 3 Aug

  • Year 9, in 2021 Information Night
    - Tuesday 28 July

  • Father's Day Mass and Breakfast

  • - Thursday 3 Sept

  • Year 12 Graduation 
    - Thursday 24 Sept

  • Grandparent's Morning Tea
    - Wednesday 14 Oct

  • HSC Commences - 15 Oct

  • Year 7 in 2021 Orientation Day
    - Friday 13 Nov

  • Year 12 Formal - Friday 13 Nov

  • Speech Night - Friday 4 Dec

 

EVENTS CALENDAR 2020 

Here is our Annual Calendar. For more information please check the Schols Portal and read our fortnightly  Newsletter, Schols News.

Term 1, 2020
  • Wed 29 Jan - New Boarders arrive 12 noon; returning boarders from 3pm

  • Thurs 30 Jan - Classes commence for all students.

  • Mon 3 Feb - Photo day for Year 7s and new students

  • Fri 7 Feb - St Scholastica's Day Mass, St Mary's Cathedral

  • Tues 11 Feb - Year 11 Information Evening, 6pm in the TFC

  • Sat 15 Feb - Year 7 Family BBQ and information session, 4:30pm in the TFC

  • Mon 17 Feb- Year 9 Study Skills information night

  • Tues 18 Feb - Twilight Open Evening 4:30pm to 6:30pm

  • Mon 25 Feb - Year 7 vaccinations 

  • Wed 27 Feb - Ash Wednesday

  • Tues 3 Mar- Swimming Carnival, Drummoyne Pool

  • Thurs 5 Mar - International Women's Day Breakfast, 7:30am (purposely held before the actual day)

  • Sat 7 Mar - Boarders' Mass

  • Wed 11 to Fri 13 Mar - Year 7 Camp

  • Monday 16 Mar - Twilight Open Day, POSTPONED

  • Fri 27 + Sat 28 Mar - College Production, POSTPONED

  • Mon 6 April - Drama - Shakespeare Competition POSTPONED

  • Wed 8 April - Year 12 Learning Progress Meetings, POSTPONED

  • Wed 8 April - Last day Term 1, College closes at 3:20pm

Term 2, 2020
  • Mon 27 April - Staff day / boarders return from 3pm

  • Tues 28 April - Classes resume for all students

  • Thurs 7 May - Mother's Day Mass and Breakfast CANCELLED

  • Fri 15 May - Athletics Carnival

  • Sat 16 May - Boarders' Mass

  • Mon 25 May - Year 12 Careers Evening, 6pm TFC

  • Mon 8 June - Queen's Birthday Public Holiday long weekend

  • Wed 10 June - HSC Exhibition Night

  • Mon 15 June - Year 11 Learning Progress Meetings 3:45pm to 7pm

  • Wed 17 June to Fri 19 June - Music Camp

  • 19 June + 20 June - Year 11 Drama Production, 6pm DRT

  • Mon 22 June - start of NAIDOC Week

  • Fri 26 June - Last day of Term 2
     

Term 3, 2020
  • Mon 20 July - Staff day / boarders return from 3pm

  • Tues 21 July - Classes resume for all students

  • Tues 21 July - Years 7/8 Learning Progress Meetings, 3:45pm to 8pm

  • Fri 24 July - Year 12 Trial Drama evening, 6pm DRT

  • Mon 27 July - Year 9/10 Learning Progress Meetings, 3:45pm to 8pm

  • Tues 28 July - Year 9 in 2021 Information Evening, 6pm TFC

  • Mon 3 Aug - HSC Trials commence (conclude on 17th August)

  • Thurs 13 Aug - Mass for the Feast of the Assumption, 7:50am (for 8am) in the Chapel

  • Thurs 20 + Fri 21 Aug - College Student Leaders' Retreat

  • Sat 29 Aug - Boarders' Mass

  • Thurs 3 Sept - Father's Day Mass and Breakfast, 7:20am (for 7:30am) in the Chapel

  • Fri 4 Sept - PAX Day

  • Fri 11 Sept - Drama - TheatreSports, 6pm DRT

  • Thurs 24 Sept - Year 12 Breakfast, 7:30am

  • Thurs 24 Sept - Year 12 Mass and Graduation, St Mary's Cathedral, 7pm

  • Fri 25 Sept - Last day of Term 3, students dismissed at 3:20pm.

Term 4, 2020
  • Mon 12 Oct - Staff Spirituality Day / Boarders return from 3pm

  • Tues 13 Oct - Classes resume for all students

  • Wed 14 Oct - Grandparents' Mass and Morning Tea, 9am in the Chapel

  • Thurs 15 Oct - HSC Commences (concludes on 10th November)

  • Thurs 31 Oct - Year 11 Learning Progress Meetings, 3:45pm to 8pm 

  • Sun 1 Nov to Tues 3 Nov - Senior Retreat for new Year 12s - at Stanwell Tops 

  • Fri 13 Nov - Year 7 in 2021 Orientation Day

  • Fri 13 Nov - Year 12 Formal - 6pm, Doltone House

  • Sat 21 Nov - Boarders' Mass

  • Wed 25 to Fri 27 Nov - Possible Year 10 Camp

  • Fri 4 Dec - Speech Night, 6pm at ICC Darling Harbour - all students attend

  • - Last day of Term 4
    - College closes at 1pm

Term 1
  • Thu 30th Jan - Classes commence for all years

  • Wed 8 Apr - Last Day of Term 1/College closes 3:20pm

                            (please note the date has changed, previously 9 April)

 
Term 2
  • Tue 28 April - Classes resume for all years

  • Fri 26 Jun - Last Day of Term 2/College closes 3:20pm

Term 3
  • Tue 21 Jul - Classes resume for all years

  • Fri 25 Sep - Last Day of Term 3/ College closes 3:20pm

Term 4
  • Tue 13 Oct - Classes resume for all years

  • Fri 4 Dec - Speech Night, 6pm - all students attend
    - Last Day of Term 4/College closes 1pm

TERM DATES 2021 - will be available in early 2020

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