St Clare’s College follows policies of the Sydney Catholic Schools as well as maintaining our own policies.
The wellbeing of every St Clare’s girl is our highest priority.
St Clare’s College Youth Ministry offers opportunities for our young women to engage with many varied experiences of faith, service and community.
St Clare’s College places emphases on the development of the whole person as an individual and as a member of the broader community. As such the College uniform identifies the students as being part of this community. The College has high standards and expectations in relation to wearing the uniform. It affords students with a sense of belonging and pride. College Uniform Blazer To be worn to and from college in Terms 2 and 3 To be worn on formal occasions Optional in Terms 1 and 4 Vests and Cardigans Optional Not… Read More
St Clare’s College has vertical homerooms based on a House system. There are four College Houses: Claverie, Deakin, Keady and Reid. Each House is named after significant individuals or places linked to our Franciscan tradition and heritage. Students participate in a range of activities and competitions that promote a strong sense of school spirit and belonging to their House. Students are actively encouraged to be involved in House based activities. Claverie (Red and Black) Claverie House proudly bears the name of Mother M Gabriel Claverie, Principal of St Clare’s College from 1936-1963…. Read More