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HSC 2017

St Joseph’s College has a proud history of striving for academic excellence, a principle embedded in the College prayer ± in meliora contende or strive for better things. The class of 2017 have taken up this quest in producing a fine … read more

Joeys student, Thomas McGregor achieves the Highest attainable rank.

A balance of study, sport, and leisure time with his friends, was key to Thomas McGregor being only one of 46 students in the state to achieve an ATAR of 99.95 in the Higher School Certificate (HSC) – the highest … read more

Finn tops the state – twice

St Joseph’s College Hunters Hill student, Finnegan Waugh, has topped the state in a Higher School Certificate subject two years in a row. Waugh, 17, came first in the state in HSC Chinese Beginners this year with a score of … read more

SJC Chapel Rededication

A very special Mass of Rededication was held this week in SJC Chapel. Frequently referred to as the ‘heart’ of the College, the recent renewal completes a decade of restoration that carefully considered the rich history of the Chapel.

Headmaster’s Final Assembly

The final Headmaster’s Assembly for 2017 was also an opportunity for current students to farewell Mr Ross and Mrs Lorna Tarlinton. Mr Tarlinton finishes his term as the longest serving Headmaster in the 136 year history of St Joseph’s College … read more

Lachlan Champley wins national award

Year 12 student Lachlan Champley is one of only five students across Australia to be awarded a King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) Aspire Award in recognition of his strength of character and deep commitment to academic pursuits, co-curricular activities and … read more

Old Boy and tutor awarded University Medal

Old Boy and current SJC tutor and debating coach, Harry Maher (2012) was recently presented with Sydney University’s prestigious University Medal for being the highest ranked student in the Government and International Relations course. These medals are not presented every … read more

Headmaster’s letter on government funding

Tanzanian immersion – The School of St Jude

Over the Easter break 18 students from Years 10 and 12 travelled to Tanzania for what was undoubtedly a life-changing trip for each of them. The students visited The School of St Jude, a school established by Australian Gemma Sisia … read more

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