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New experiences all round for Year 7

The city and country have always met at Joeys, and the Year 7 boys of 2020 are no exception. At Headmaster’s Assembly today, Charlie Wall, a fifth-generation Joeys boy from Bukkulla in north-western NSW, and Matthew Athans, from Balgowlah, gave … read more

A strategy for academic success

College Dux of 2017 Tom McGregor reveals the strategies developed at Joeys that continue to bring him success.   During his six years at St Joseph’s College Hunters Hill, Tom McGregor competed in rowing, basketball, cricket and rugby. He was … read more

A little piece of history

A week ago today the College welcomed back its Year 12 class of 2019 for the Academic Prize-Giving evening. It’s always an inspiring start to the year as achievements are celebrated across the year groups and new boys and their … read more

Boarding at Joeys

“You’ll Never Walk Alone” is a song that for decades has been belted out by the boys of St Joseph’s College Hunters Hill at sporting contests, assemblies and other special school events. More than a rousing war cry, the words … read more

2019 College Dux

Congratulations to the 2019 Dux of the College Rhys Barrow, who achieved an ATAR of 99.25. On achieving this wonderful result, Rhys said ‘I definitely didn’t expect to achieve College Dux, but I am thrilled that all the hard work … read more

2019 Marist Sony Children’s Camp

Our annual Marist Sony Children’s Camp is underway! For 4 days and 3 nights our Year 11 students, alongside students from Marist Sister’s Woolwich and Brigidine College have taken on the role of carer to 40 children with disabilities. Primarily … read more

St Joseph’s College Hunters Hill 2019 Christmas Vigil Mass.

The Mass has been celebrated each year at 7:00pm on 24 December by the St Joseph’s College Marist Brothers Community for many years. The Brothers extend a warm invitation to the Joeys family and broader community to join them in … read more

Moo-ving along

Cow Day was the day that the country came to the city. Exploring concepts from the Stage 4 Technology, Food and Agriculture and Digital Technologies curriculum, Year 7 students had the opportunity to integrate their classroom experiences and learning with … read more


Year 12 student Isaiah Stanley won a national award for his contribution to the community. Isaiah, a Wiradjuri man from Wellington and a boarder since Year 9, was among four finalists from NSW, Western Australia and Queensland for Boarding Australia’s … read more


Year 12 boys were tight-lipped for two days in May about the bright pink armbands tied around their shirt sleeves and blazers.  Teachers appeared to become increasingly frustrated as the boys refused to tell them what they were for or … read more