Strategic Plan 2013+
In early July 2013, St Joseph’s College launched its Strategic Plan 2013+.
The document, which was more than 12 months in the planning and involved extensive consultation with SJC stakeholders, is a public commitment to the direction of the College over the next five to six years.
The Strategic Plan 2013+ will support and further the vision and mission of St Joseph’s by providing clear guidance for the strategic direction of the College as a Catholic school educating in a Marist way.
There are nine strategic priorities identified in the plan, each detailing a number of components and objectives that have been identified as being key to the future direction and development of the College and the College community. Over the coming years the College will work to address each of these objectives and will use annual implementation plans to track its progress.
Headmaster, Mr Ross Tarlinton, said the plan builds on SJC’s history as a Catholic college in the Marist tradition. “It promotes a deepened sense of who we are and who we want to be – both as a learning institution and vibrant community.”
“We are passionate about supporting and engaging members of our community and ensuring a strong and vibrant future for the College. The Strategic Plan 2013+ will position us to provide generations of boys with rich spiritual, academic, co-curricular, pastoral and social experiences which will help them develop into well educated, responsible young men of exceptional character.”
Since 1881, St Joseph’s College has guided boys to take their place with confidence and integrity in their families, their communities and their workplaces. The Strategic Pan 2013+ will position the College to respond to an ever-evolving society and ensure a strong and sustainable future as one of Australia’s leading Catholic schools for boys.
A digital version of the Strategic Plan 2013+ is available below. All members of the College community are encouraged to take the time to read through it to become familiar with the College’s priorities for the coming years.