Students at St Gregory’s are encouraged to join with their Marist brothers and sisters in Solidarity and support of those who are less fortunate. They can do this in many ways:
- Support of the Lenten Appeal
- Joining in the activities of Champagnat Day
- Collecting for the Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul Appeals
- Contributing to the Christmas Hampers for the Claymore community and Matthew Talbot Hostel, supported by St Vincent de Paul
- Supporting the overseas Immersions (Fiji and Vanuatu)
- Volunteering to attend Claymore Homework Club
- Joining the Community Service Project
- Participating in the Year 11 Insight programme
Community Service Programme
Community service is an important part of the formation programme for students of St Gregory’s College. Along with Insight in Year 11, it is an integral part of the Boys to Men Programme. As a Catholic school in the Marist tradition, it is important for our young men to put into practice the Gospel values and mission statements which are at the heart of all we do.
For further information about the Community Service Programme here at St Gregory's College, please download the Community Service Booklet below.