Inspiring a lifetime of learning.
Education from Early Learning
through to Year 12.
A Heartfelt Welcome from Mrs Gina Kadis
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
Academic Excellence & Christian Values
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
Principal’s Tours – Enrolments in 2016
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
The artist was also awarded the title of ‘Ambassador of Greek Studies’
Last Friday 27 November was a day to remember for the students of St George College, Thebarton, with an unscheduled visit from Nikos Kourkoulis.
The Greek singer, who currently lives in Darwin, made a detour to the college before his special guest appearance at the annual Glendi Festival, held at Bonython Park on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 November.
Our children received a special treat yesterday – a live performance from singer Nikos Kourkoulis!
Nikos has visited South Australia especially to put on performances at the Glendi Greek Festival this weekend (check out the program here).
Nikos Kourkoulis was kind enough to visit St George College in the early afternoon yesterday.
He put on a breath taking performance for our students!
Mr Peter Karamoshos will be commencing as Deputy Principal and Head of Senior Campus on 11 January 2016.
His appointment adds to the talented staff already here at the College and he will be a welcome addition to the senior leadership team.
There’s nothing quite like hanging out with friends and having great conversations over some delicious food, paired with refined beverages (cause we’re fancy like that).
Remembrance Day was observed yesterday with a dedicated Assembly to the historically significant date of 11 November. The tradition recalls the end of hostilities of World War I on 11 November, 1918.
Yesterday’s Parents & Friends Pizza Day was a popular event once again with students from both campuses chomping through nearly 200 boxes of pizza!
Parents & Friends Committee
St George College is proud of its diverse cultural and linguistic student composition and welcomes international students in search of educational excellence.
St George College recently reached out to one of Australia’s international partners – the Republic of Korea (more commonly referred to as South Korea).
Education has been a major export for South Australia with South Korea being one of the largest sources of international enrolments. South Australia provides a high-quality education in a safe and friendly environment at a reasonable cost and hence is one of the most popular destinations for Korean students.