3 - 5 May 2017
This year, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia National Schools Event (GOOANSE) was hosted by All Saints Grammar. 54 students from St Euphemia College competed in 10 sporting events against students from the 7 Greek Orthodox Schools across Australia.
2 May 2017
St Euphemia College was honoured by a visit from the Greek Presidential Guards. They marched across the school playground and into the school hall where they stood in front of the whole school for a very special assembly. Captain Kasimatis presented a PowerPoint that included the history of the Evzones, their role, purpose and the symbolism of their clothes. This was a most auspicious, informative and very enjoyable visit for teachers and students alike.
16 June 2017
Update on unit block development adjacent to the School (196 Stacey Street, Bankstown).
The St Euphemia Journey of Learning
St Euphemia College is an independent school operating under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.
The school pursues the objectives, processes and outcomes of education as stated by the NSW Board of Studies.
The school is a community of staff, students and parents who work collaboratively to foster growth and personal well being where every student can “Strive for Excellence”.
St. Euphemia College was founded as a co-educational school in February 1989 from a small beginning of just two classes and two teachers
We have grown to a regional
K-12 school of over 680 students.
That within a dynamic Orthodox, Christian framework, a student may strive to achieve academic excellence, love of learning, social responsibility, spiritual growth and respect.