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Maximising Potential

One of the reasons a Joeys education is so highly valued is our unique Extended Day Program. Teachers and parents regard it as fundamental to academic success because it strengthens study time and puts students ahead of the curve.  At … read more

Achieving their goals

“My mark represents six years of hard work. But when I think of our Year group as a whole, especially this year, given the number of obstacles and setbacks, to have so many boys achieve such great results is pretty … read more

End of year Mass for Year 7

On our final day of school for 2020, a Mass for Year 7 was held in the College Chapel. The boys presented their home made Rosary Beads at the Offertory and they were blessed by Fr Gavin before being parcelled … read more

NAIDOC Celebrations at Joeys

Joeys is proud of the contribution our many Indigenous students make to College life. The great respect that exists between Indigenous and non-Indigenous boys in the College is a shining example to the wider world of how different cultures can … read more

Year 12 Graduation a success story

On Saturday 14 November, the College, parents and carers celebrated and farewelled Year 12 at the 2020 Graduation Mass and Dinner. Due to COVID restrictions, for the very first time this special occasion was held offsite at Rosehill Gardens. As … read more

A headstart to university

Isaiah AhSee is the embodiment of Joeys motto “In Meliora Contende”, “To strive for better things.” During the height of COVID lockdown, and on top of his regular studies, the Year 11 student completed a unit of study with Macquarie … read more

Looking back with fondness

The end of the HSC is a time of great joy and reflection for Joeys Year 12 boys. There is happiness that six years of hard work and dedication is finally over, but there is also recognition that their time … read more

SJC Swimming Carnival

Even though covid meant it was not possible for all students to attend, the 29th annual SJC Swimming Carnival still had over 100 boys competing in races at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic centre in Homebush. In true Joeys spirit, … read more

Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day holds a very special place in the hearts of all those who’ve passed through the gates of St Joseph’s College. Honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in war in order to preserve our country’s freedoms is always … read more

A Joeys country connection

Boarding at Joeys is often the tonic a boy needs to ramp up his focus on academic goals. It has certainly been the case with Jack Lennon, a third generation Joeys boy from the cotton town of Wee Waa in … read more