Immersion is a powerful strategy in helping us understand the lives and cultures of others.
Students are encouraged to become involved in music outside of the classroom, as it is seen as a valuable tool to develop confidence, teamwork, learning and social skills.
The Agriculture faculty operates a very successful Show Program exhibiting sheep and cattle at local, regional and Royal Agricultural shows.
Debating and Public Speaking have a proud history at St Gregory’s College. Our students participate in many competitions throughout the school year.
Anything up to 100 students and 20 teachers may be involved at any one time. Musicals present a great opportunity for students to develop aspects of their personality.
The club is for anyone who enjoys chess, not only for those who wish to compete in the competition. All are welcome to come, play and enjoy.
Confidence, resilience and teamwork are some of the skills young people gain through their Duke of Edinburgh journey. These skills help them in life, further education and obtaining a job.
Students are encouraged to join with their Marist brothers and sisters in Solidarity and support of those who are less fortunate.