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Strong individual and group achievements have led the way for pleasing HSC results for the Class of 2012 at SJC.
St Joseph's College mourns the loss of Tony Lantry - a man who truly embodied the Joeys spirit.
The College is sad to share the news of the death of Brother Wilfrid Quai, 'Wilf', on Saturday 17 November.
Year 12 student Henry Maher has taken out the prestigious Campion College National Essay competition.
Shimmer proved once again that the SJC community knows how to party!
The St Joseph's College Community gathered together on Thursday 20 September to farewell the graduating class of 2012.
St Joseph's College dominated the 2012 GPS football season, with the First XI and Second XI both bringing home the premiership.
Headmaster of St Joseph's College, Mr Ross Tarlinton, has urged families to remain vigilant against the NSW Government shirking its election promises in regards to school funding.
Ultra-marathon runner and multiple record holder, Pat Farmer, thrilled guests at the Books and Blokes Breakfast.
One of the most special events of a boy’s time at St Joseph’s is Grandparents Day.
St Joseph's College celebrates the special relationship between a boy and his mum.
St Joseph’s College has unveiled an honour board paying tribute to Old Boys who served in South Vietnam 1962 – 1973.
St Joseph's College secured its 22nd GPS First Cricket Premiership, defeating Sydney High in the final round of the highly competitive 2011-12 competition.
The competition was on fire at the 2012 College Athletics Carnival.
An adventurous group of Joeys students, staff and families took the Marist spirit to Everest Base Camp.
More than 80 boys, fathers, grandfathers uncles and male staff members joined well known media personality and author, Andrew Daddo to share their love of books and reading over breakfast.
The St Joseph’s College Music Faculty kicked off 2012 with the fourth Annual Music Camp.
Professor Marie Bashir, AC, CVO, Governor of the State of New South Wales, joined the St Joseph’s College community to recognise the highest achieving students from 2011 at the annual Academic Prize Giving Evening on 3 February.
The St Joseph’s College First XI cricket team was in fine form at the Marist Carnival in Bunbury, Western Australia, remaining undefeated to bring the Stan McCabe Trophy back to Hunters Hill once again.
The College remembers Br Charles Howard.
Callum Barry has been named Dux of the Class of 2011, with an ATAR of 99.55.
The Class of 2011 has recorded strong Higher School Certificate Results, with some outstanding individual and group achievements across a range of subjects.
The College is celebrating wonderful results in Chemistry and Physics in the 2011 Higher School Certificate.
Year 12 student Callum Barry has topped the state in Japanese Beginners in the Higher School Certificate.
Year 10 students at St Joseph’s College have once again recorded high academic performances in the NSW School Certificate tests.
St Joseph’s College marked an important milestone in the development of the new Technology and Arts Precinct, with the blessing and laying of the Foundation Stone on Sunday 13 November 2011.
The St Joseph's College Community came together to celebrate the graduation of Year 12, 2011, at a farewell assembly on Thursday 22 September.
A small group of Year 9 students participated in the 'MAD-ness - Make a Difference in our world day'.
St Joseph’s College was represented by three talented student writers at the Mosman Youth Awards in Literature presentation evening.
Important information about the School Certificate and Australian Curriculum.
St Joseph's College Director of Mission, Mrs Helen Smith, has been recognised with a prestigious Churchill Fellowship for 2011.
People of all ages are still raving about the College’s sensational production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Australian rugby star and Joeys Old Boy Kurtley Beale recently presented St Joseph’s with two very special gifts in acknowledgement of the role the College played in his life and career.
The unique relationship between a boy and his grandparents was celebrated at St Joseph’s College’s annual Grandparent's Day on Monday 23 May.
Following the success of previous St Joseph’s College ski trips to New Zealand, Falls Creek and Japan, a number of boys and staff are headed for Lake Tahoe in California, USA, in January 2012 to enjoy what is sure to be another exhilarating experience. Whilst on the trip the 50 boys and five staff will ski the slopes of Heavenly Resort, enjoy the the alpine lifestyle and take in the customs and sights of the west coast of the USA
Photos and results from the 2011 Head of the River.
The annual SJC Golf Day was enjoyed by an enthusiastic group of SJC supporters on Tuesday 15 March.
The College community celebrated the beginning of Lent with an inspirational Ash Wednesday liturgy.
The students from St Joseph's College and their teacher were the first school group from the Southern Hemisphere - and the second school group in the world - to explore Antarctica.
The College's Mathematics Department has embarked on a number of exciting initiatives in order to embrace the technological world of the 21st century.
The highest achieving students of Year 12 2010 returned to St Joseph's on Friday 4 February for the College's annual Academic Prize Giving evening.
There's only one way to describe the 2011 Joeys ski trip to Niseko, Japan - Awesome!
The College community congratulates Timothy Coorey (Oatlands) who was named Dux of the Class of Year 12, 2010 with an ATAR or 99.85.
A number of SJC students have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in HSC Visual Arts and Design and Technology.
Almost 30 per cent of the 2010 Year 12 class scored Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATAR) above 90.
Students and staff at St Joseph's College are celebrating very strong HIgher School Certificate results, with a number of students achieving in the top ten in the state in one of their courses.
Year 10 students at St Joseph's College achieved great success in the 2010 School Certificate.
35 Children with special needs enjoyed a fun-filled holiday camp at St Joseph's College.
The 38th Marist Cricket Carnival got underway at St Joseph's College on Sunday 5 December 2010.
St Joseph's College is on the way to becoming only the second school in the
world to conduct an expedition to the interior of Antarctica.
All 4,000 copies of the highly acclaimed Joeys cookbook, Contende, have been
sold, raising $120,000 for the St Joseph's College Capital Appeal. An enormous
thank you to everyone involved in the book's success.
St Joseph's College is proud to present Wrapt for Christmas - a CD for the festive season featuring SJC ensembles and Year 12 students. Purchase your copy today
The College community came together to farewell and thank the graduating
Year 12 class of 2010.
You can now watch race videos from the AAGPS Athletics Championships held at Homebush on 18 September.
Thank you to everyone who supported the 2010 Bush Bash.
St Joseph’s College footballers are riding high after taking out the NSW Combined Independent Schools Cup following an exciting win against local rivals, St Pius X College, Chatswood.
Joeys students have followed in the footsteps of the world's famous explorers by creating a new Expedition Flag to accompany them on their scientific journeys to all corners of the Earth.
Forget dreaming of the beach and the hot sun! For 42 boys from St Joseph’s College there was no better way to spend their winter holiday break than hitting the crisp white ski slopes of Falls Creek, Victoria.
Three SJC senior Physics students and their teacher had the experience of a lifetime during the July holidays - a zero gravity flight over the Atlantic Ocean.
He’s used to delivering fast balls down the cricket pitch, but when Australian cricket ace Brett Lee visited Year 10 students at St Joseph’s College recently his message was firmly focused on slowing down.
You can leave a lasting legacy that will truly make a difference to current and future generations of Joeys students.
The St Joseph’s College First XV pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the GPS season, with a 21-20 victory over The King’s School in a thrilling rugby match which saw the lead swap hands until the very end.
Long serving St Joseph's College staff member, Mr Tony Lantry, has been honoured with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for his services to education and the New South Wales Cricket Association
High achieving students in Years 11 and 12 were presented with Academic Excellence Awards and Academic Achievement Awards by Headmaster Mr Ross Tarlinton on Thursday 27 May.
The unique bond between a boy and his grandparents was celebrated at the College on Monday 24 May with the annual Years 7 and 8 Grandparents Day.
Theatre goers were rewarded with spectacular performances when Billy Budd played to full houses at St Joseph’s College for four nights in May .
As part of the CSIRO's Scientists in Schools program, students and staff from St Joseph's College have been working closely with Dr Alexander Fuerbach, a doctor of Physics and Senior Lecturer in Photonics at Macquarie University.
The solidarity partnership between St Joseph's College, Hunters Hill, and St Joseph's School, Mabiri, entered a new phase over the Easter period. SJC staff and students broke new ground when they visited the community and were given the rare opportunity to travel beyond the blockade.
Indigenous students from St Joseph’s College joined Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in Sydney for the launch of an historic campaign aimed at eliminating Indigenous poverty and disadvantage.
The annual SJC Golf Day was enjoyed by around 85 people on Tuesday 16 March .
The annual Year 12 Geography field trip to the Riverina to study rice growing is always a highly anticipated event.
It is with great sadness the College community farewells Brother Emile Grogan, who passed away peacefully on Sunday 14 March 2010 following a long illness.
SJC students are developing their bike handling ability at a new skills park at the Colo Outdoor Education Centre
The talented SJC Drama students from Years 9 to 12 will stage Herman Melville's Billy Budd from 11 - 14 May.
The St Joseph's College community farewells Brother Bede Yates, who passed away quietly on the evening of Thursday 3 March 2010. A funeral Mass for Brother Bede will be held at the College on Wednesday 10 March at 10.30am.
The annual Academic Prize Giving evening celebrated the outstanding achievements of SJC students and provided a motivating start to the new school year.
Year 11 leaders at St Joseph’s College began 2010 with a comprehensive Leadership Camp at the College’s Outdoor Education Centre, Colo.
This year the Headmaster will host a number of country and overseas dinners for current, former and prospective families. Have a look here to see if there is one coming to your area
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has honoured Mr Tony Lantry for his contribution to the game by presenting him with an ICC Centenary Medal before play on day two of the 3 Mobile Test.
The St Joseph's College First XI reclaimed the Stan McCabe Trophy when it won all games at the 37th Australian Marist Cricket Carnival in Brisbane.
Congratulations to the dux of Year 12 2009, James McGrath.
Year 12 student from St Joseph's College, Benjamin Romeo, has topped the state in the Primary Industries HSC course.
The graduating Year 12 class of St Joseph’s College is celebrating a number of outstanding group and individual performances in the 2009 Higher School Certificate.
Two former students from St Joseph’s College have been awarded the 2008 Australian Student Prize for their outstanding academic achievements in Year 12 2008.
Once again St Joseph's College has achieved School Certiicate results above the state average in all six examinations.
After 50 years, Mr Tony Lantry has taught his final class at St Joseph's College.
After months of dedicated training on the sand and in the surf, 22 students from St Joseph’s College have gained their Lifesaving Bronze Medallion and joined the ranks of the largest volunteer organisation in the Southern Hemisphere.
Seven Year 12 students from St Joseph’s College, have had their Higher School Certificate artwork pre-selected for the prestigious Artexpress exhibitions throughout NSW.
Hundreds of happy revellers made for a great day at this year’s Spring Fair, held at the College on Sunday 15 November.
The strength of the College’s Music program was once again made very clear at the Music Gala Evening on Friday 6 November..
Year 7 students recently discovered there is nothing better than having snakes, lizards, tortoises and a crocodile wondering around your classroom!
It was with a mixture of sadness and joy that the St Joseph's College community farewelled the graduating class of 2009.
St Joseph’s College achieved a top ten finish in a state-wide engineering competition, thanks to the hard work and skill of four Year 11 students.
For the first time in its 128 year history, St Joseph’s College has announced it will accept a limited number of day boy enrolments for Year 11 commencing in 2010.
Fresh from the snow fields of New Zealand, 39 SJC boys and four staff have returned from a successful ski and snowboarding trip with a load of new skills and tricks.
In the latter part of Term 2, seven SJC students joined competitors from 100 schools to compete in what has been dubbed the nation’s largest secondary school equestrian event, the North West Equestrian Expo in Coonabarabran.
A Sea of Hands spread across the front lawn of the College was a colourful way for the St Joseph’s community to reflect on the history and meaning of the Reconciliation process for all Australians.
Students and their families filled the Brother Emilian Hall on Sunday 31 May to celebrate the feasts of Pentecost and St Marcellin Champagnat.
The stars were certainly out in force at St Joseph’s College’s recent musical production, ‘The Best of Broadway Cabaret’.
The St Joseph's College Indigenous Fund Annual Report for 2008 was launched on Wednesday 20 May, celebrating another successful year for the initiative which provides boarding scholarships for Indigenous boys at St Joseph's.
Have a look at SJC's newly refurbished Year 12 boarding area!
It is with deep sadness the St Joseph’s College community farewells Brother Michael Naughtin OAM, who passed away early on Saturday 21 March.
This year's SJC Athletics Carnival was a showcase of athletic skill, determination and the spirited enthusiasm that is characteristic of the boys at Joeys.
Students, staff and Brothers at St Joseph’s College celebrated the start of Lent with an Ash Wednesday Liturgy.
One of St Joseph’s College’s great long-time supporters, Ronald Johnson (47), died on 19 February whilst holidaying in France at age 80.
St Joseph’s College enjoyed great success at the SJC Regatta on Saturday 14 February, with 16 crews achieving top three placings.
The St Joseph's College community has reached out in support of the victims of the Victorian bushfires by donating money to the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne Bushfire Appeal.
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On Sunday 1 February a record number of SJC families joined students and staff to formally acknowledge the start of the 2009 school year through the celebration of the Eucharist.
The efforts and academic achievements of students were recognised by the St Joseph's College community at the annual Academic Prize Giving night on Friday 30 January.
Have a look at SJC's newly refurbished Year 12 boarding area.
2008 graduate, Matthew Price, has been awarded a scholarship at JMC Academy, one of Australia's leading providers of education and training for the creative industries.
Two students from the 2008 Year 12 cohort, James Anicich and Goondiga Edgar, have had their HSC Visual Art pieces selected for ARTEXPRESS at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Congratulations to Year 12 2008 graduate David Mulligan, who (from our notifications at the current time), has achieved the highest UAI at St Joseph's College, with a score of 99.80.
The 2008 Higher School Certificate results have the staff and students of St Joseph’s College celebrating many outstanding group and individual performances
The 2008 School Certificate results for St Joseph’s College were outstanding, with achievements that clearly indicate the high academic potential of this year’s Year 10 cohort.
For four days in early December Joeys was transformed into a fun-filled holiday camp for 35 disabled children - complete with inflatable toys, rides, a juke box, a jumping castle and specially trained student carers from St Joseph's College.
The college is proud to announce Old Boy Craig Ashby (05) has been named a NSW finalist for Young Australian of the Year 2009.
At the first Headmaster's Assembly for Term 4 special awards were presented to senior students for excellence and dedication in Music studies.
On Friday 7 November, the blessing and dedication of the pipe organ finally gave witness to the completion of the St Joseph’s College Chapel.
A Year 10 team from St Joseph's College has taken out third prize in the state-wide Write a Book in a Day competition.
The St Joseph's College community farewelled the graduating class of 2008 on Thursday 25 September.
The 2008 Pierre de Coubertin Award has been presented to Year 12 student Nicholas Carolan, in recognition of his outstanding achievement and contribution to sport at St Joseph’s College.
Old Boy, Francis Hegerty (2000), has won a silver medal in the Mens Four - Rowing at the Beijing Olympics.
The St Joseph's College Ski and Snowbaord team had great success at the recent Interschool Championships in Thredbo.
Joeys pilgrims enthusiastically embraced the week-long World Youth Day celebrations – taking part in a wide range of activities and making many new friends.
The St Joseph's College community mourns the sudden loss of colleague, teacher and friend, Mr Doug Scholz, who died on Thursday 3 July.
Well known comedian, television personality and Joeys Old Boy Tom Gleeson (91) travelled to China recently to help Olivia Newton John on her Great Walk to Beijing.
Four riders from Joeys recently took part in Australia's largest equestrian event for secondary schools, the Coona Expo.
Indigenous students from St Joseph's led the college's National Reconciliation Week celebrations with traditional dances and music.
The college community remebers the life of former Headmaster, Br Othmar Weldon, who died peacefully on Monday 2 June.
>>MORE: Read messages of condolence from members of the SJC community here.
When seventy-one Joeys boys took the the track for the recent AAGPS Athletics Championship, they had the support and encouragement of the entire college community.
While most students were enjoying a relaxing break from school during the recent April holidays, some Year 11 Primary Industries students from St Joseph’s College were out working on the land to complete their mandatory work placement.
The college re-dedicated the recently refurbished memorial stone and remembrance pool to all people who have died whilst serving their country. The memorial was originally built in 1957 under then Headmaster, Brother Othmar, to honour the memory of Old Boys who had fallen in World War II.
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