‘Pursuing Personal Best’
|Address:||St Paul’s College: a campus for boys
423 Blackshaws Rd, Altona North VIC 3025
Notre Dame College: a co-educational campus
2-40 Foxwood Dr, Point Cook VIC 3030
|Tel:||03 8325 5100|
|Fax:||03 9314 2475|
“Everything we do at the College is aimed at supporting the growth and learning of the young people whom we serve.”
– Principal Christopher Stock
|Gender:||Boys / Co-educational|
|Yr Range:||Yr 7 – 12|
|Enrolment:||700 St Paul’s
1,100 Notre Dame
|Yr 7 Enrolment:||116 boys St Paul’s
232 girls & boys Notre Dame
|Languages:||Italian & Japanese|
|Fees for 2015:||Yr 7 $4,285 Yr 12 $4,770|
|VCE Units 3/4:||28|
Destinations Year 12
• Arts Centre/Visual Arts Centres x 2
• Food Technology Centre
• Library Resource Centres x 2
• Performing Arts/Drama Centres x 2
• Religious Education Centre
• Multi-purpose Areas x 4
• VCAL Learning Space
• Careers Centres x 2
• Technology Trade Centre
• Artificial Soccer Pitches x 2
• Weights/Circuit Rooms x 2
• Gymnasiums x 2
• Soccer Pitches x 2
• Basketball Courts x 8
• Yr 12 Common Room
• Language Centre
• Music Centres x 2
• Science Labs x 8
• Canteens x 2
• IT Labs x 8
• Halls x 2
The Marianist Order established St.Paul’s College in the 1960s. Inspired by the vision of Blessed William Chaminade, the College flourished according to the vision, that through education, students would discover their part in God’s family.
Forty years on, in consultation with the community, Emmanuel College was established comprising the St.Paul’s all-boys campus and the co-educational Notre Dame Campus at Point Cook. At Emmanuel College, students are encouraged and supported to achieve their personal best.
Through quality educational experiences and the collaboration and commitment of staff, our students are given the opportunity to unlock their potential. Students in Year 7 and 8 engage in a comprehensive program.
From Year 9, students have the opportunity to select elective subjects that best meet their interests and learning preferences. In Years 11 and 12, students can select a VCE program which may include Vocational and Educational Training subjects and VCAL.
The Catholic education of young people at Emmanuel College is a partnership with parents based on four pillars of learning: to know, to do, to live together, to be in Christ.
At Emmanuel College, the learning of all students occurs in a rich ICT environment within the AusVELS, VCE, VET and VCAL programs. Curriculum planning and professional learning concentrate on providing deep learning that engages students and focusses on improved learning outcomes for all.
At Years 7-10, students study English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, The Arts, Health and Physical Education, Languages other than English (Italian and Japanese) and Technology (ICT, Design and Systems). Personal Learning, Communication, Interpersonal Learning and Thinking are addressed within the Domain areas. At Years 7 and 8, a common curriculum is designed to develop a broad knowledge and skill base. From Year 9, an elective program gives students progressively more choices in their subject selections.
A feature of our Years 7, 8 and 9 curriculum is Project Based Learning. Students investigate real world problems within the AusVELS curriculum framework. Our membership of the NewTech Network of schools (USA) supports us in our endeavour to ensure that students are provided with opportunities to develop the skills of collaboration, teamwork, communication, presenting their findings to a real audience and using ICTs in collaborative, creative and responsible ways.
Student leadership plays an important part in ensuring students have a voice. The Student Leadership Group (SLG) is made up of representatives from every year level and House. The SLG conducts regular meetings and provides feedback to the College Leadership Team on issues that directly concern the student body.
The student leaders are assigned to academic, relationships or environment portfolios. Additional leaders are appointed in the Performing Arts, Social Justice and Sporting areas.
Student leaders are involved in programs including running study groups, exam revision, social skill development and assemblies, and in conducting environment campaigns. Student representatives also serve on the College Board. The College student leaders act as role models. They inspire others to be the best that they can be and to pursue their personal best.
Visit Us in 2015
Our Open Day is on Sunday 13 September. St. Pauls Campus is at 10:30am to 1:30pm and Notre Dame Campus is at 11:00am to 2:00pm.
Emmanuel College recognises gifted students. The following scholarships are on offer:
• Emmanuel College Scholarship – Recipients of the Academic Scholarship have their tuition paid during their years at the College.
• David Templeton Scholarship – Awarded to students in Year 8. The recipient of the scholarship receives a grant towards their education at the College.
• B.J. Brophy Memorial Scholarship – Awarded for excellence in Year 12. Two scholarships of $3000.00 per year are awarded for their full-time study (3 years).