Spirituality at St Clare’s College Waverley follows the contemplative and reflective style of St Francis. The school provides many opportunities throughout the academic year for students to reflect on the character of Jesus in their own life. We seek to model the teachings of Jesus in everything we do emphasising the College motto ‘Deus meus et omnia – My God in all things’. Our students are encouraged to work to better themselves through humility and compassion and to promote the value of the dignity of each individual person. In the spirt of… Read More
Uniform Shop Hours Opening hours: Tuesdays – 8.00am -10am Thursdays – 2pm – 4pm Uniform Price List as at 11 May 2016 ********** 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 […]
St Clare’s College Waverley is a Catholic secondary school for girls. The College was founded by the Poor Clare Sisters in 1884 and is inspired by the values and teachings of St Clare and St Francis of Assisi. We are committed to providing a Catholic education for the young women in our care where we treasure: the integrity and gifts of each person; a compassionate and reconciling heart; and reverence for creation. The College embraces the spirit of St Clare and St Francis of Assisi and we are committed to: educating young… Read More
The origin of St Clare’s College may be traced back through correspondence in the early 1880’s between the Waverley and Irish Franciscan Friars.
The role and purpose of the College Leadership Team is to assist the Principal in providing effective and active leadership and animation of the whole College community.
Each year the College in partnership with the Catholic Education Office Sydney, publishes an Annual Report to the community
Flexischools On-line Canteen was introduced to St Clare’s to make choosing and ordering lunch easier for parents as well as streamlining the preparation of meals.