St Bishoy College
Our College Vision-Mission Statement
The College Vision
To provide holistic education which strives to enhance the spiritual, intellectual, social, cultural and physical potential of young people. The nurturing and development of Disciples of Christ is our focus.
The College Mission Statement
St Bishoy College aims to assist each child to grow and flourish through Christ. As a family we aim to instruct our children in recognition that Striving to excellence and achieving success is attainable through their growth in Christ.
The College Motto
“I can do all things through Christ" Phil 4:13
We believe that the Orthodox family has a unique spirit with a sense of belonging and the College seeks to develop this further. We take up the challenge with the Grace of our Lord Jesus to impart the qualities that will provide a source of strength to each individual, enabling them to take an active and responsible role in society in the spirit of the Holy Bible.
Tues 14th: K-12 College Mass
Mon 27th: K-12 Parent Information Sessions
Fri 31st: 3-12 Swimming Carnival
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Welcome to Our College
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
It is a privilege to be the Head of this amazing School and I am indeed blessed to work with a wonderful staff group and students who never cease to surprise me.
What makes St Bishoy College different? At St Bishoy we prepare students to model the Lord Christ Jesus and to be exemplary adult citizens who give back to their community. We focus on preparing for a life beyond school. In doing this, we aim to expose our students to academic, spiritual and social challenges that shape their character in a nurturing and caring environment. Our aim is the trinity of service whereby we intentionally allow people to thrive in a holistic sense – emotionally, physiologically, physically, academically. It’s about all of those things that form together to make a fully formed human being.