St Saviour’s College | Parent Fact Sheet

St Saviour's College
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Has your daughter shown an interest in attending St Saviour’s College? Read our parent fact sheet to find out more information.

Why choose St Saviour’s College?

St Saviour’s College is a Catholic secondary school for girls in years 7 to 12 that offers both day and boarding facilities. Here you will find a comprehensive, dynamic curriculum delivered by incredibly professional and passionate educators. This is a community that has built itself in the image of the Sisters of Mercy with a focus on making sure girls know and understand their inherent value and worth.

St Saviour’s celebrates the young women who attend by fostering a sense of awareness of self, a carefully constructed pastoral care program and the provision of innovative academic pathways wherein young women may achieve successful outcomes through pursuit of their own interests.

What sporting and co-curricular options are there at St Saviour’s College?

Students can participate in the following sporting activities:

  • School carnivals (Swimming, Athletics, Cross Country)
  • Regional and State Carnivals
  • Softball
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Touch Football
  • Soccer
  • Netball
  • Waterpolo

Students can participate in the following co-curricular activities:

  • Instrumental music program
  • Instrumental music tuition
  • Dance and drama (variety of activities)
  • Debating and public speaking
  • A variety of clubs
  • Optiminds
  • Debating
  • Speaking competitions
  • Subject based competitions and challenges
  • Dance team
  • Outreach community service opportunities

What are the transport options to St Saviour’s College?

The College can provide specific information that relates to your exact location – make sure to enquire when you are on school tour.

What are the school fees per year?

The following figure includes tuition fees, resource fees, school capital and P & F levy fees. Other charges will apply. These were the 2016 figures – there may be changes so ensure you check with the College.

  • Day student: $4690
  • Boarding student: $13,700 residential fees + $4690 = $18,390

What are the boarding options at St Saviour’s College?

St Saviour’s College offers boarding facilities so that young women in the area and beyond may have the opportunity to participate in a quality educational experience. There is a strong sense of community here and facilities, routines and environments which ensure that girls may achieve their best and feel good about themselves while doing so.

For more information make sure you contact the College Office.

Does St Saviour’s College offer scholarships and how do we apply?

You can find information about applying for a scholarship at St Saviour’s College here.

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