Online Information Evening 2020
Information evenings at St Joseph’s College Hunters Hill provide information about our Academic, Co-curricular and Sport programs as well as giving prospective parents and students the opportunity to find out a little more about the culture and community at Joeys.
Every boy is different, therefore it is important that the school you settle on suits your family’s needs and provides your son with the a learning environment in which he will thrive and set him up for a well-adjusted future.
Information Evenings are an ideal opportunity for families to find out about enrolment options, tours and how a Joeys education could benefit your son. Due to current social distancing restrictions and our inability to host families onsite for tours, we encourage you to contact our Admissions Manager, Mrs Libby Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 02 9816 0900 to discuss joining a tour later in 2020.
Below are a number of video and publication resources available for you and your family. You can also find out more about our College, the boys, education programs, and history online at: www.joeysjottings.org
A Joeys education for your son
The Deputy Headmaster, Mr Blake, shares some information about enrolment options, the day-to-day life of a student and a few of the wonderful things that a Joeys education can provide.
Teaching and Learning at Joeys
The Director of Teaching and Learning, Mr Bookallil, shares some information about our learning programs, practices and facilities used by students at the College.
Year 12 College Tour
Some of our Year 12 students show you around the College campus and share with you their knowledge of the facilities, the culture and what a boy can expect to experience as a student.
A place for families – The Purtle family
St Joseph’s College is a place for all families and involvement in College life is greatly encouraged. Year 12 parents Patrick and Sally Purtle from Manilla NSW, talk about their own Joeys experience and that of their son Michael.
Joeys country connections – Mrs Toni Ridge
Joeys draws upon a rich and vibrant history, with many families joining us at the College across multiple generations. Daughter, Mother, Grandmother and soon to be Great Grandmother of Joeys Boys and Dubbo resident, Toni Ridge, has a connection with Joeys that is nearing a century. We hear about Toni’s connection with the College, the land, and the important part that Joeys plays in her family and other families from rural and regional areas.
Publications and resources
Although there is a lot more to a Joeys education, below are just a couple of resources available for you to find out more about the College.
Mark St Hunters Hill, NSW 2110
02 9816 0900