St Stephen’s ready for rewarding year
ST Stephen’s extends a warm welcome to the families of year 7 students and other new students to the college and wishes them a rewarding experience at St Stephen’s.
The college is preparing for another action-packed and exciting school year.
Principal Ida Pinese said the first significant event in the college calendar would be the opening Mass and induction of student leaders on Monday, February 6.
“With a strong focus on social justice and service to others, the leaders of 2017 include our four College Captains, eight Pastoral House Leaders, the Student Representative Council Executive and the Social Justice Committee,” she said.
“These leaders provided tremendous assistance with year 6 transition in December 2016 and we value the contribution they will make to enhancing our culture in 2017.”
Mrs Pinese said the college community congratulated the Seniors of 2016 on their excellent OP results.
She commended the graduating students for their dedication across a range of areas and wished them all the best for their bright futures.
“We acknowledge the hard work that was carried out by students, staff and parents in helping all our students achieve their goals,” Mrs Pinese said.
As the college starts its 12th year of operation as a Catholic Secondary College, staff are busy with preparations to ensure another fantastic year.
“We look forward to another successful year of working with our college community and the broader community to assist our students to achieve their personal best in diverse areas of college life,” Mrs Pinese said.
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We look forward to another successful year of working with our college community and the broader community to assist our students to achieve their personal best in diverse areas of college life. St Stephen’s Catholic College principal Ida Pinese
Congratulations to St Stephen’s Catholic College OP 1 students from 2016 Dannielle McCormack, Celina Spena and Kate Wilcox.