Catholic Schools Office Maitland-Newcastle Logo
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image
  • MAITLAND All Saints' College, St Mary's Campus Gallery Image

All Saints College, St Mary's Campus recognises the traditional owners of the area, the Wonarua people.

About All Saints College, St Mary's Campus

 

St Mary's Campus, Maitland is the senior campus of the All Saints' College structure.

Students from Year 7-10 at St Peter's, Maitland transition to St Mary's to study the Stage 6 curriculum along with a number of students from other local high schools. Steeped in the Dominican tradition, St Mary's is a community that promotes integrity, justice and excellence within the Catholic tradition. The values of faith, knowledge and service are supported and developed in the learning and service to the community and students are encouraged to participate in a wide variety of curricula and co-curricular activities.

Through challenging experiences in the classroom and, as active members of the school community, students are given the opportunity to develop a keen sense of personal and social responsibility, critical ability, creative responses and an appreciation of the complexity of the world around them.

The College remains very conscious of the need for quality teaching and learning and there is a strong focus on the use of technology. A rich, broad and balanced curriculum has been developed to satisfy the qualifications for the HSC and help students develop their knowledge, skills and understanding to enable them to succeed as learners. HSC results continually confirm the College’s tradition of successfully encouraging students to achieve outstanding results across a wide diversity of academic disciplines.

The College is committed to making every effort, in inspiring and supporting students to pursue academic excellence and to gain confidence and discipline as learners. Where students are identified as having special needs, they are provided with individual programs to support them in their progress.

The campus also provides a well-supported Vocational Education and Training program and works closely with TAFE to support students in their chosen endeavours. St Mary's Campus has developed a Trade Training Centre through funding from the Federal Government. This further supports opportunities for students to achieve to nationally recognised qualifications in Hospitality and other VET courses including construction, retail and business services and Metals and Engineering.

Involvement in extracurricular activities is also a feature of life at St Mary's Campus. The chance to pursue a host of local, state and national pathways takes a high priority as students are keen to engage in sport, music, drama, debating, fundraising and community service activities. St Mary's Campus also encourages shared leadership responsibilities, with all students challenged to exhibit the highest standards of involvement through positive actions and relationships. 

St Mary's Campus, Maitland accepts girls and boys, Years 11-12, from the areas of Beresfield, Dungog, Gresford, East Maitland, Kurri Kurri, Maitland, Branxton, Cessnock, Lochinvar and Rutherford.

 

LATEST NEWS FROM ASC - ST MARY'S

SWIPE TO VIEW MORE

Image:The show must go on

The show must go on

Wednesday 06 May

Image:Defining experience

Defining experience

Thursday 19 March

Image:School’s out forever

School’s out forever

Tuesday 11 February

Image:Climate of anxiety

Climate of anxiety

Thursday 09 January

Image:2019 Yearly Sporting News

2019 Yearly Sporting News

Tuesday 31 December