The Colleges, although outside the Catholic School System, are nonetheless regarded as an important means for the spread of the Catholic Faith through the cooperation of dedicated priests, religious and lay-people. 

Our teachers and all ancillary staff are committed to the Catholic faith and seek to adhere to the Church's requirements that they be " very carefully prepared so that both in secular and religious knowledge they are equipped with suitable qualifications

Intimately linked in charity to one another and to their students and endowed with an apostolic spirit, may teachers by their life as much as by their instruction bear witness to Christ, the unique Teacher.(GRAVISSIMUM EDUCATIONIS 28).

Founders and Directors

Joanne and Bill Andrews

The Conventual Sisters of St Dominic

This is a religious community of Diocesan Right founded in the Diocese of Wagga Wagga by Bishop William Brennan. The members of the community have served the college since its opening as part of their apostolate.


As a semi-contemplative community, committed to a monastic life-style of prayer, penance and study, they continue to teach part-time and are in charge of the school's Religious Education programme.


More information on this community can be found at