Due to building works and COVID-19 restrictions we are unable

to allow entry on campus to the general public.

Twilight Open Days will be arranged in Term 4 2021.

A virtual tour video and web page is being produced to give you a glimpse of the

College, it will be ready in late March.

Once dates have been decided they will be posted here.

Our Open Day is more than just an opportunity to see the grounds and the facilities.  We want to give you an appreciation of what a St Scholastica's education can do for your daughter: academic achievement, certainly, but much more than that.

Through 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.

In order to effect a more personal, intimate approach, numbers for each session will be limited and we will ask everyone to register their attendance and indicate their session preference time to assist our planning.  

It is a time to be briefly immersed in the Good Samaritan charism and dynamic and caring community that is Schols. Come and visit us: we would love to tell you why we

are a school like no other.”

See you there!



Twilight Open Day 

- Dates to be advised

Good Samaritan Education

Good Samaritan Education (GSE) is responsible for ten incorporated colleges in Australia. Established in 2011 by the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, the mission of GSE is to sustain and nurture our Catholic schools as Good Samaritan Benedictine communities of learning.

Sisters of the Good Samaritan

St Scholastica's College
4 Avenue Road,
Glebe NSW 2037 Australia

CRICOS Provider 03337F




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St Scholastica's College community acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of the Country upon which the College stands. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our community.