Our community works together, across all areas in our Senior School, to contribute to the development of agile, capable and healthy young men who are ready to take their place in a dynamic world.

Our advantage is our shared vision for the St Gregory’s Graduate. Our community works together, across all areas in our Senior School, to contribute to the development of agile, capable and healthy young men who are ready to take their place in a dynamic world.

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We engage in a number of teaching and learning practices that build the intellectual agility of the young men of St Gregory’s College. We work in a framework that embraces the best of traditional instruction and contemporary teaching which is strongly evidence-based. Our students experience:

  • Inquiry learning
  • Explicit instruction
  • Practical and experiential learning
  • Real-world applications of subject learning

For their learning to be successful, we know young men need:

  • Boundaries
  • High expectations
  • Purpose
  • A range of learning opportunities
  • Strong relationships

At St Gregory’s College we offer a curriculum to appeal to young men with varied interests, skills and capabilities. We cater for students with aspirations for success in many different life and career pathways, looking to provide them with the attributes necessary to become an agile graduate of St Gregory’s College.

Our curriculum in Years 7–10 includes the core subjects of:

  • Catholic Studies
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  • Science
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Vocational Education and Training

Students experience a broad range of elective subjects throughout their learning journey.

Religious Education

  • Studies in Catholic Thought 1
  • Studies of Religion 1
  • Studies of Religion 2

English

  • English Advanced
  • English Standard
  • English Studies
  • English Extension 1
  • English Extension 2

Mathematics

  • Mathematics Advanced
  • Mathematics Standard
  • Mathematics in Trades
  • Mathematics Extension 1
  • Mathematics Extension 2

Science

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Investigating Science
  • Science Extension

Human Society and Its Environment (HSIE)

  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Ancient History
  • Legal Studies
  • Modern History
  • Extension History

Technologies

  • Agriculture
  • Design & Technology
  • Engineering Studies
  • Industrial Technology – Metals
  • Industrial Technology – Multimedia
  • Industrial Technology – Timber
  • Software, Design & Development
  • Information Processes & Technology
  • Computing Applications

Vocational Education and Training (VET)

  • Construction (VET)
  • Retail Services (VET)
  • Fitness (VET)
  • Primary Industries (VET)
  • Information, Digital Media and Technology (VET)
  • TVET Courses with various TAFE Institutions
  • School-Based Apprenticeships

Creative and Performing Arts

  • Music I
  • Visual Arts
  • Visual Design
  • Photography, Video and Digital Imaging

Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  • Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation

Languages

  • Italian (Beginners)
  • Beginners & Continuers Languages (External)

In the traditions of St Marcellin Champagnat our staff seek to build meaningful relationships with students, understanding that connections with young people support them in achieving their potential.

Just like our student learners, our teaching staff are committed to developing themselves as agile learners and teachers, through a comprehensive, ongoing professional learning program that is responsive to evidence and student needs.

Our teachers engage in:

  • Professional Learning Groups
  • Regular collegial observation and feedback
  • Self-reflection
  • School-based and external professional learning

St Gregory’s College students and staff are blessed to experience teaching and learning in a contemporary and aesthetically pleasing setting. Continuing our agricultural heritage, our campuses are situated on a large site dominated by a peaceful, natural setting. Students are inspired by a working farm, multiple sporting facilities, and extensive recreational spaces. The College Chapel provides a focal point for personal reflection and the sharing of faith. Dedicated learning spaces for the Arts, Sciences, Music and Technology enable 21st century teaching and learning experiences. Through our Capital Works Program, we’re dreaming big for tomorrow.