The School as Community
The strength of a community working in the service of the Kingdom is greater than any individual or group of individuals. We are one body of many parts. Therefore the school:
- fosters collaboration among its students, the parents, the teaching and administrative staff and with outside agencies and networks.
- prepares students for active participation in the local church community through the experience of creative and prayerful liturgies and active commitment to works of justice and charity.
- draws its vision and strength from the Ignatian heritage and family to which it belongs.
- supports the networking and growth of the Christ Catholic College Community of Schools to which it belongs with St Agnes Catholic High School at Rooty Hill and St Clare’s Catholic High School at Hassall Grove.
- supports the networking and growth of the Christ Catholic College Community of Schools with the Catholic Primary Schools of the area, notably Holy Family Primary, Emerton, St Aidan’s Primary, Rooty Hill, Sacred Heart Primary, South Mount Druitt, Good Shepherd Primary, Plumpton and Saint Francis’ Primary, Glendenning.
- responds to the particular needs of both the local community and of the world.
|When is the school most a community, a family?
What opportunities can take our vision and concerns beyond the front gates?