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“Rock into Spring” at the SJC Spring Fair

Are you ready to “Rock into Spring?” The countdown is on for the annual SJC Spring Fair on Sunday 12 November.  There is something for everyone including the Kids Corner, Baby Animals at the Kindifarm, food and drink stalls, the … read more

Books & Blokes presents Titus O’Reily

Join us for our Books & Blokes Breakfast Presenting; Titus O’Reily Part history, part social commentary and part the ravings of a madman. Titus weaves humour and history into one hilarious yet surprisingly informative book, Titus helps us understand how … read more

Headmaster’s farewell dinner

Join us for a very special dinner to thank and honour Ross and Lorna Tarlinton for their wonderful contribution to the College for the past 12 years Br Emilian Hall Saturday 25 November 2017 6.30pm $95 per person (inclusive of … read more

2017 St Joseph’s College Student Art Exhibition

Families and friends are warmly invited to the opening of St Joseph’s College’s Student Art Exhibition on Friday 11 August from 6.30pm in the Farrell Auditorium. The exhibition will feature the 2017 HSC Bodies of Work from Year 12 Visual … read more

Lachlan Champley wins national award

Year 12 student Lachlan Champley is one of only five students across Australia to be awarded a King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) Aspire Award in recognition of his strength of character and deep commitment to academic pursuits, co-curricular activities and … read more

Old Boy and tutor awarded University Medal

Old Boy and current SJC tutor and debating coach, Harry Maher (2012) was recently presented with Sydney University’s prestigious University Medal for being the highest ranked student in the Government and International Relations course. These medals are not presented every … read more

Music Gala Evening – Friday 16 June

Families and friends are warmly invited to attend the St Joseph’s College Music Gala Evening on Friday 16 June at 7pm in the Br Emilian Hall.  The night will feature performances from the College’s music ensembles including the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Stage … read more

Headmaster’s letter on government funding

Headmaster’s Country Visits – Armidale, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Newcastle

Tanzanian immersion – The School of St Jude

Over the Easter break 18 students from Years 10 and 12 travelled to Tanzania for what was undoubtedly a life-changing trip for each of them. The students visited The School of St Jude, a school established by Australian Gemma Sisia … read more