K-12 Greek Orthodox School

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Thank you to all who attended the Breast Cancer High Tea in memory of Lynne. Your support and love enabled us to raise $1000.00 matching the school's further contribution of another $1000.00 that will be forwarded to the Cancer Council. A special thank you goes to Mrs Wassef and the 11 Hospitality class for their tireless efforts...

Ms Omeros

St Euphemia Remembers

Along with similar services held throughout schools across the country and overseas, St Euphemia College held a Commemorative Service marking Remembrance Day on Friday 11 November 2016.

The St Euphemia Journey of Learning

Education

St Euphemia College is a coeducational school providing education to approximately 700 students K-12. The School pursues the objectives, processes and outcomes of education as stated by BOSTES. The academic curriculum is complemented by rich creative arts, sports and extra curricular programs.

Community

The School is a community of staff, students and caregivers who work cooperatively to foster the growth and wellbeing of every student. The students who come from various cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds are encouraged to excel in all their endeavours in a caring, disciplined and safe environment that is responsive to individual needs. Our beliefs are based on the Word of God as expressed in the teachings of the Orthodox Church.

Outcomes

Excellent results have been achieved in the Year 6 Selective school tests and the successful students almost always choose to continue their education in the High School. Opportunity Class Placement Tests for the High School are conducted early in Term 4. Since our inaugural HSC in 1998, HSC students have achieved outstanding results. The School consistently maintains its high rank in the South Western Area of Sydney.

About Us

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”.

Our Practice

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.

 

Under Construction

Our Vision

That within a dynamic Orthodox, Christian framework, a student may strive to achieve academic excellence, love of learning, social responsibility, spiritual growth and respect.

Contact

202 Stacey Street

Bankstown, NSW 2200

Telephone :    +61 2 9796 8240

Fax:                  +61 2 9790 7354

Email :office@steuphemia.nsw.edu.au