Quality Education for Boys and Girls
Emmanuel College provides a quality education founded on the highly respected teaching principles of the Marianist Order.
The College offers a choice of a co-educational environment at the Notre Dame campus and a boys only campus at the St Paul’s campus. Both campuses are set in attractive grounds, with excellent facilities.
The education provided for the young men and women of Emmanuel College is aimed at the full development of each student. Our approach ensures a focus on the learning needs and styles of each student through a commitment to innovative teaching-learning. It also recognises that the preferred learning styles of young women and men vary.
Values and Pastoral Care
Central to the mission of Emmanuel College is the pastoral care of students and creating an environment where they feel happy and valued. Relationships between students and their teachers are characterised by respect, courtesy and fairness. Homeroom teachers work with House and Level Leaders in providing support and encouragement to the students in their care.
High Academic Standards
The vision of Marianist education continues in Emmanuel College in the quality of teaching and learning and academic standards.
A Learning Adviser program operates at each year level to support students in goal achievement and in their subject choices and preparation for success in the year ahead.
Computer technology plays a key role in college teaching-learning programs. All staff have a lap-top computer and data-show projectors have been installed around the college. Class laptop sets, interactive whiteboards, video-streaming and myClasses provide on-demand student computer access across the college.
St Paul?s Campus possesses first-rate playing fields, including an all-weather facility. Both campuses are situated in attractive grounds with excellent Arts, Technology, Science and Sporting facilities.
Array of Extra Curricular Activities
Opportunities for involvement in debating competition, musical and film production, inter-school sport representation, student leadership, social justice, music and drama ensembles and chess competitions are some of the ways that students can pursue their special interests and skills. The provision of lunchtime activities and House and homeroom competitions ensures that students are positively engaged in enjoying their free time.