Inspiring a lifetime of learning.
Education from Early Learning
through to Year 12.
Welcome to St George College
I would like to officially welcome you to our website and invite you to explore and learn a little bit more about St George College, our curriculum and facilities… read more
Take a Closer Look
Spread over two campuses, both our Junior and Senior schools share quality resources and facilities to provide the best learning environment for our students… read more
2015 Mid-year & 2016 Enrolments
Enrolments are now open for all students entering Early Learning through to year 12 for the 2015 and 2016 school years… read more
The International Student Program at St George gives students the perfect platform for success… read more
Hospitality Vocational Training
Our state of the art facility and equipment delivers high quality training for the Hospitality Industry… read more
This year was the first year we have had a Jelly Day and it proved to be a hit for the young students as well as the older ones too!
Congratulations to all of the students involved in the Year 10 production of High School Musical Jr.
It was a fabulous show filled with joy and entertainment!
MEN’S SPRINT – Pedalling Towards Success
We are delighted to share the success story of Jeone Park.
One of the College’s proud old scholars, who won a gold medal at the World Juniors in Kazakhstan!
Continuous Improvement Model
that focuses on teaching and learning
To be read in conjunction with Letter to Parents, Students and Staff dated 21 August 2015.
The NEW Entertainment™ Books are still available for purchase!
We visited the Adelaide Metropolitan Fire Station on Wednesday 12th August.
We dropped, rolled and crawled our way through our excursion learning about fire safety!
Advertiser Article: St George forges a bond with Chinese
ST George College students were busy making new friends from China’s Hangzhou Chongwen Experimental School last week.
The 29 visiting Chinese students from Years 4-6 were matched up with students from the Mile End school to share lessons and activities that included cooking, Greek dancing, physical education and a trip to Cleland Wildlife Park.
Museums play an important role in nurturing quality learning for children.
The South Australian Museum is a natural history museum and research institution. Founded in 1856, the museum contains the largest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural artefacts in the world.
The Museum is one of the most visited museums in Australia and holds collections of national and international significance.
Click below to read more and see some wonderful photos of our final day…
The majority of animals at Cleland Wildlife Park live in their natural habitat. The animals are fully adapted to the park environment and accustomed to interactions with people.
This not only allows great photos to be taken but also means you can actually pet and feed most of them!
Click the link below to see more photos!
We are delighted to provide Day 3 photos of our visitors – cooking!
It is common for children to be apprehensive when sampling unfamiliar dishes and new tastes. An excellent way to overcome this is to involve them in the preparation of meals. After all, great food transcends all cultural boundaries, and sharing the food of your host country is the best way to connect with different people, cultures and the land.