St Euphemia College is an independent school operating under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.
The school pursues the objectives, processes and outcomes of education as stated by the NSW Board of Studies. English is the medium of instruction and courses are offered in all Key Learning Areas of primary and secondary education.
The school is a community of staff, students and parents who work collaboratively to foster growth and personal well being where every student can “Strive for Excellence”.
The primary school caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 6 and offers a stimulating and exciting curriculum. Students experience a wide range of enjoyable activities which enable them to discover and develop their potential in all areas - spiritual, academic, creative, cultural and in sport.
Social and moral development is nurtured and care is taken to create a warm and supportive environment.
In addition to the mainstream classroom teachers, the staff includes a librarian, a School Counsellor, an IT teacher and specialist teachers in Greek and Music.
Enjoy a glimpse of life at St Euphemia College by exploring our website. If you have not visited us yet, please come and see us and meet our students and staff. Their pride and respect for their school makes St Euphemia College an exciting place to learn and fulfil their potential.
St. Euphemia College was founded as a co-educational school in February 1989 from a small beginning of just two classes and two teachers
We have grown to a regional
K-12 school of over 680 students.
That within a dynamic Orthodox, Christian framework, a student may strive to achieve academic excellence, love of learning, social responsibility, spiritual growth and respect.