Join us at the St Ursula's College Kingsgrove Girls' Night In event on Tuesday, 27 April
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.
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.
Our College theme for 2021 is Chase the Change, which underpins the notions of individual, collective and global change and embodies the ideologies associated with being agents of positive change.
New College Vice Captain Vanessa Raptis sees St Ursula’s College as a thriving community that is full of opportunities for all. During her time at St Ursula’s, she has been involved in numerous activities and initiatives aimed at helping others and developing the College’s inclusive environment.
During her time at St Ursula’s, new College Captain Sienna Williams has been passionately involved in plenty of College and co-curricular activities, seeing them as opportunities to create friendships with girls from all grades and be involved in the College community.
The St Ursula’s College community came together to celebrate St Ursula’s Day with a program of events, including a liturgy, walkathon and market stalls.
The school community at St Ursula’s College at Kingsgrove take their motto – ‘SERVIAM’, meaning ‘I Will Serve’ – very seriously.
They gave their classmates a big warm welcome and some wise advice: