Where all encouraged to flourish to best of ability

A PROUD member of the system of 147 low-fee Catholic schools in the Sydney Archdiocese, Holy Spirit Catholic College Lakemba strives to create opportunities in which all students (pictured) experience success and achieve their potential.

Whether it be through showcasing their talents in the creative and performing arts, on the sporting field or in areas such as vocational education or public speaking, Holy Spirit students are encouraged to achieve to the best of their ability.
The College has grown from the rich traditions of service in education through the charisms of the Jospehites and the LaSallians, led ably by the first saint in Australia, Mary MacKillop and John Baptist De La Salle respectively – under which the College attempts to foster the values of faith, hope and love.
Principal Kevin Griffiths says the College embraces differences in academic ability by offering those who are academically gifted access to the Newman Selective Gifted Education Program and students with learning difficulties or disabilities, the support of our exceptional Diverse Learning Needs department.
“Prospective students and their families are invited to our open day to find out more on Saturday, March 23, 10am-1.30pm,” he said.
“You can check out our vibrant classrooms, explore our school’s resources, engage with staff about opportunities for enrichment and experience our school’s unique hospitality and vision for inclusive and high quality education.
“Discover this world of possibilities.”
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