OPEN DAY

Open Day is held annually in March.  This year we held two Twilight Open Days on Tuesday 5th March and Monday 25th March 2019 from 4pm to 6:30pm.

Open Day Dates for 2020 have not been set as yet.

Our 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 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.

There will be interactive displays and displays of student work across all the Faculties; musical performances; and tours of the school.

The Principal addresses the audience and there is always an opportunity for questions

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!

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KEY DATES

Twilight Open Days 

- Tuesday 5 March 2019

- Monday 25 March 2019

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.

www.goodsameducation.org.au

Sisters of the Good Samaritan

www.goodsams.org.au

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

CRICOS Provider 03337F

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St Scholastica's College acknowledges The Gadigal people of the Eora Nation on whose ancestral Country the College stands.

We pay our respect to the Traditional Custodians and Elders of this land past, present and future and acknowledge the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.