Prep-Year 12

Secondary School

Primary School

The St Euphemia curriculum is designed to cater for students intending to progress to tertiary education.

 

It is based on the vision that its students have the ability and desire to be challenged through a broad education and a stimulating, supportive and competitive environment.

 

Teaching and Resources

  • With excellent teaching facilities and an enthusiastic, experienced and capable staff, students are given the best opportunity to achieve their full educational potential.
  • The College has many specialist teaching rooms as well as general purpose classrooms.
  • Small classes in senior years provide the best opportunities for students in the Higher School Certificate.
  • Our curriculum program is balanced yet rigorous.
  • A strong academic core is provided.
  • A diverse range of elective units supplement the core curriculum.
  • Technology is a major focus for the enhancement of student learning.
  • In recent years, a significant number of students have achieved University Entrance Scores (UAIs) in the 90s.
  • Many more students have gained acceptance to University courses of their choice.
  • Many former students are successfully completing University degrees.

 

The High School curriculum consists of the following Key Learning Areas:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Science
  • Human Society and Its Environment (HSIE), including Geography and History
  • Languages - Greek
  • Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) including Computing, Personal Development Health and Physical Education (PDHPE), Creative Arts including Visual Arts, Music and Drama.

 

 

 

A firm foundation is provided in the main subjects, with students being encouraged to learn by discovery and exploration and to develop thinking skills and strategies which will facilitate their learning as they progress through school.

 

The curriculum includes the six Key Learning Areas:

 

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Human Society and Its Environment (Geography, History and Religion)
  • Science and Technology
  • Creative Arts (Music, Drama, Dance and Visual Arts)
  • Personal Development, Health and Personal Education (PDHPE)

 

These Key Learning Areas are complemented with the teaching of Greek as a second language.

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

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