Inspiring a lifetime of learning

Education from Early Learning
through to Year 12

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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

International Students

International Students

International Students

The International Student Program at St George gives students the perfect platform for success… read more


Trade Training Centre

Hospitality Vocational Training

Our state of the art facility and equipment delivers high quality training for the Hospitality Industry… read more

Day 5 – South Australian Museum

IMG_0511Museums 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…

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Day 3 – Physical education lesson with Michael Rodas – Scooter Board Activities !!!


Regular Physical Activity…..

It helps build and maintain healthy bones and muscles in children. It helps reduce the risk of developing obesity and chronic diseases later in life, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. It also reduces feelings of depression and anxiety and promotes psychological well-being.

Most importantly, it is a fun way for us to bond with our visitors!

Check out the photos of our students and guest students having fun by joining in with the scooter board activities!

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Welcome to our visitors from Guangdong Country Garden School in China!!!



A huge welcome to our visitors from Guangdong Country Garden School in China! Everyone here at St George College has been eagerly awaiting your arrival – and now you have arrived it is an absolute pleasure to finally have you with us.
热烈欢迎来自中国广东碧桂园师生来校参观。 圣乔治学院的每一位师生因你们的到来倍感荣幸。

Although we have an exciting week planned for you, we would also like to ensure that you relax and unwind so that you can enjoy the beautiful sights and natural attractions that South Australia has to offer.

我们在为你们的学习周做了充分准备的同时也会保证带你们领略美丽的南澳风光,希望你们能度过轻松愉快有意义的一周。中澳文化交流活动给了学生机会去体验不同的文化, 宗教和地域背景。 这充分的给了学生们机会更好的体验多元文化。

Click to see photos of the day one introductions! 

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Neos Kosmos Article – Kourkoulis funds new music association

The artist was also awarded the title of ‘Ambassador of Greek Studies’nikos.y

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.

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What just happened ?! Nikos Kourkoulis performs at St George College!


Nikos Kourkoulis visits our College!

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!

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Remembrance Day Assembly


“at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month”

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.

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