Emmanuel Catholic College is a co-educational Catholic Secondary College located amongst the pristine Beeliar Wetlands in Success. Emmanuel continues to excel in Academics, Sports, Arts and Student Leadership within a Catholic context. The strong Pastoral Care Program is a strength of the College. Emmanuel aims to promote a love of learning where students strive for excellence in a contemporary learning environment. Specialised programs include: Gifted and Talented Program, Emmanuel Kings Football Academy, Emmanuel Aces Netball Academy
Environmental and Bush Rangers, ECCspresso Café – Commercial Kitchen Training Centre, Annual Japan Arts Tour, Warmun Immersion Program, Extensive Music and Performing Arts Programs.
The Sports and Performing Arts Centre of Excellence is a multi-purpose facility, encompassing a large gymnasium floor with two basketball courts, a weights and fitness training area and dedicated stage and performance area with extendable seating. Specialist rooms are available for music tuition, drama and dance.
Early 2017 will see the commencement of a state-of-the-art two level building housing the Visual Arts and English Learning Areas, further complementing the College’s already exceptional teaching and learning facilities. Emmanuel is now conducting interviews for 2019 Year 7 intake and accepting online Academic and Music Scholarship applications. For further information, please contact Registrar Kelly Lister on (08) 9414 4055 or email: email@example.com
Emmanuel Catholic College
Phone 9414 4000
122 Hammond Road Success
Developing young hearts and minds
John XXIII College is an inclusive co-educational community where students grow to become young men and women of substance. Integrity, intellect and personal faith are the heartbeat of this contemporary Catholic College. The university-inspired campus, located in Mount Claremont, is home to students from pre-Kindergarten to Year 12.
Every student benefits from the school’s deep commitment to the growth of the whole child. The extensive co-curricular programs fire young imaginations and advance every child’s development. In 2016, John XXIII students achieved a median ATAR of 88.6, which was the second highest result for the College since 2007. In addition, 45% of students achieved an ATAR in the 90s, with 10 students scoring above 99.
At John XXIII College, the educational approach honours the Ignatian tradition of ‘striving for the more’. Every student is challenged and supported to achieve academic and personal excellence in order to make a positive contribution to modern society.
John XXIII College
Phone 9383 0400
A Quality Education
Kennedy Baptist College is a quality co-educational Christian school for students in Years 7 to 12. Students are required to display a high standard of behaviour, supported by an exceptional Pastoral Care Program. Every student is part of a safe and caring Christian community which nurtures their confidence and character.
At Kennedy, students are encouraged to strive for excellence in all that they do. This is fostered by a positive learning environment, where pupils learn to overcome challenges and seize life’s opportunities.
It is an exciting time at the College. An extensive building program has created new facilities for students. Next month will see the opening of the new Sports Centre, which will offer NBL standard basketball courts and a fully equipped gym. With the recent addition of Science, Dance, Drama and Media departments, Kennedy now offers a comprehensive curriculum.
Why not find out for yourself by coming for a tour of the College. Tour dates are published on the website at: http://www.kennedy.wa.edu.au/Enrolments/Visit Kennedy
Kennedy Baptist College
Farrington Road, Murdoch
Phone 9314 7722
What makes private schooling different?
Why go private? It’s the age-old question when selecting the best school for your daughter or son. There’s no simple answer because every family is unique. However, like any major investment in their children’s lives, most parents end up making their school selection following a healthy debate about value, quality and opportunity.
St Hilda’s has decades of experience educating young girls in Western Australia. From Pre Primary to Year 12, classes at St Hilda’s have no more than 24 students, with an average of 18 students in the senior years. This allows for a lot of one-on-one learning and means staff will know and care for your child in an individual way.
Across the school there are extension and enrichment opportunities for students across all curriculum areas. St Hilda’s has embraced Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths (STEAM) from Kindergarten to Year 12. The school is also tech-savvy, providing the right devices free of charge to help girls learn.
Within the extensive co-curricular program, students will find activities to suit their interests and abilities. From surfing, to discussing international relations, to performing in a jazz band, St Hilda’s offers something for every student.
Education is not a place for cutting corners. It’s the opportunity for your daughter to start an adventure that will ensure she has a platform for achievement through the rest of her life.
St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls
Phone 9285 4100