As we strive to develop a tolerant and cohesive learning environment that enables our students to flourish and to become thinking, articulate and enriched young adults, we are challenged to think what this looks like in a 21st Century school. We have high expectations that our students will commit to being supportive of each other as they strive for success as learners. We are challenged to define the role of individual teachers and teaching teams in this developmental process.

A student’s life at our College is full of opportunities, both rich and varied, with a range of co-curricular activities on offer in music, sport, drama productions, debating and various clubs. There are also camps at each year level and international experiences for the educational and personal development of all learners. Our students are vibrant, energetic and talented young people who embrace many student leadership opportunities. In this area, our goal is to continue to increase student access to decision-making and self-determination within the College.