High School students are able to participate in a wide variety of activities which help them develop leadership qualities, attain academic excellence and enlarge and strengthen their friendships outside of the school environment. Activities for students in Years 9 to 12 occur weekly.
Activities include cultural and social gatherings, local outings, study sessions, study weekends, local and interstate service projects, community work, volunteering and spiritual formation.
Camps and Projects
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Workcamps are available for students Year 10 up. They are usually situated in the Pacific, encourage university students to be generous by giving their time, energy and money to less-privileged people
The Big Picture Program introduces students in Years 10 and 11 to university life and the world of professional work. The program is an initiative of Warrane College UNSW.
Retreats are not a luxury to be savoured by a pious few; they are absolutely necessary for our soul. Retreats offer daily Mass, time for personal prayer, reflections and talks.