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
The High School curriculum consists of the following Key Learning Areas:
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:
These Key Learning Areas are complemented with the teaching of Greek as a second language.
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.