2020 Greece Trip Information
A Cultural Awareness tour of Rome, Greece and Cyprus is being planned for students of Years 9, 10 and 11 in 2020. The tour is scheduled for approximately four weeks between June-July. Students will also have the opportunity to visit and spend some time with their families. A meeting will be held for interested parents/caregivers on Friday 29 November at 6.00pm in W6. Any further information can be obtained from Ms Papastamatis by contacting the school on 9796 8240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
31 October 2019 - Visit to St Basil's
Year 11 students took part in a Cultural Awareness Day at St Basil's Nursing Home. The students danced and played the bouzouki. A memorable day for both the residents and students.
30 October 2019 - Pink Day - Breast Cancer Fund Raiser
Year 11 students sold cakes, lollies, biscuits, jellies and snow cones to raise money for Breast Cancer. The students raised $973.45.
28 October 2019 - Visit to Saints Constantine and Helen
On the 28 October - OXI Day our students went to Saints Constantine and Helen. Mr Koutsoukis spoke about the significance of the 28 October. Our students were dressed in national costumes and recited poems as part of the celebrations.
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
Prep-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.