Ignite the Spirit –

Empowering, inspiring and caring for girls for over 60 years

Our Serviam Difference

We ignite the spirit through…

Accept

Year 7

AcceptanceInclusivityDiversityAffirmation

Respect

Year 8

ReverenceDignityNuturingRespect

Unite

Year 9

CollaborationHarmonyCommunityCelebration

Act

Year 10

OfferingOutreachActionJustice

Empower

Year 11

InnovationInspirationStrengthFuturing

Serve

Year 12

AvailabilityServiceHumilityLeadership

The Ursuline values give our students an understanding of and knowledge about their obligation to live the College motto

Serviam – I will serve

“Recognise and thank God for the gift that you are”

ANGELA MERICI

Principal’s message

At St Ursula’s College, academic life is carefully balanced with the social, personal and religious dimensions of education. This is in keeping with our Ursuline philosophy, which looks holistically at the child.

Mary leask, principal

Student Spotlight

St Ursula’s College is a unified and supportive community where students and staff work together collaboratively to live out the Ursuline values. There are so many opportunities for extra-curricular activities, that allow everyone to get involved.

SIENNA, COLLEGE CAPTAIN

Our world class facilities encourge collaborative learning

Dates for the Diary

Dates for the DiaryView Calendar

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The School Spectacular is back!

The School Spectacular is back!

Enjoy an evening of wonder and excitement at the St Ursula's College Kingsgrove School Spectacular - Wednesday 9, June and Thursday 10, June - 7.00pm to 9.30pm.

Open Day 2021: Campus Tours

Open Day 2021: Campus Tours

We are taking a new approach to the typical Open Day in 2021, inviting prospective students and their families to take advantage of exclusive campus tours across four days.

Six new Houses for 2021

Six new Houses for 2021

To start the 2021 school year, in order to create more opportunities our students to feel a sense of connection and belonging in the College community, we rolled out a dynamic new house system that took our houses from four to six.