San Sisto College’s education framework is enveloped by a compassionate and supportive community upheld by the values of truth, joy, faith and prayer, justice and compassion, community and service, and […]
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About our school
San Sisto College has successfully educated young women for over sixty years, inspiring them with multi-dimensional thinking skills and a desire to pursue post-school options with vision and determination. College life is framed by the four Catholic Dominican Pillars of Community, Study, Prayer and Service. This empowers our students to live the college motto, “Women of integrity shaping the future”.
San Sisto provides progressive, real-world experiences, collaborating with leading universities (e.g. University of Queensland Critical Thinking Project) and institutions (e.g. Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy). Students passionately engage with a vast array of co-curricular opportunities including academic (debating and philosophy), STEM (robotics), sport (aerobics, AFL, basketball, hockey, netball, soccer, tennis, touch football and volleyball), cultural pursuits (music, dance and drama) and social justice (St Vincent De Paul and Rosies).
The College’s Centre for Wellbeing provides targeted learning support for students from professional counsellors and educational support staff. San Sisto College values contemporary pedagogical practices in the education of young women and works collaboratively with students, parents/carers, and teachers to meet the wellbeing needs of all students.
- Over 60 years of educating young women in the Dominican tradition.
- Philosophy program supported by the UQ Critical Thinking Project.
- Individual focus prioritising each student’s learning journey.
- Data profiles to understand student progress, growth and success.
- Dedicated Numeracy and Literacy coaches supporting best pedagogical practice.
- Wellness Centre providing targeted learning supports.
- Big sister-little sister buddy program.
- Partnerships with leading providers, such as Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA).
- Co-curricular opportunities including sport, music, drama, STEM and social justice
More from the school
The College’s education framework is underpinned by a program of philosophical inquiry supported by the University of Queensland’sCritical Thinking Project. Philosophy helps students to reflect deeply, analyse arguments rigorously and […]
2021 NAPLAN Results
This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from: https://www.myschool.edu.au
2022 NAPLAN Results
This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from: https://www.myschool.edu.au
University enrolled: 58%
TAFE/VET enrolled 12%