House System

In keeping with the College philosophy of developing the whole person in an environment of community and service, the House System operates from Year 7 to Year 12. It is designed to develop and encourage a sense of belonging. The House System promotes the charism of the House Patron as an example for the students to follow and reflect in their own lives.

  • Each House has a Co-ordinator who is responsible for the overall development of each individual student's sense of belonging, loyalty and spirit in his/her House.
  • Each House is made up of several Homeroom Groups.
  • Siblings are the same House, but in separate Homerooms.
  • The Homeroom teacher cares for the members of their Homeroom and, as much as possible, the same Homeroom Teacher will remain with the students throughout their enrolment at the particular campus. Each student remains in the same Homeroom Group from Year 7 to Year 10.
  • The Homeroom teacher cares for the members of their Homeroom and, as much as possible, the same Homeroom Teacher will remain with the students throughout their enrolment at the particular campus. Each student remains in the same Homeroom Group from Year 7 to Year 10.
  • The 11-12 Campus Homerooms consist of approximately 24 students in Years 11 and 12, who meet together every morning.
  • House Feast Days are celebrated throughout the year and House Assemblies give students an opportunity to gather together to foster House spirit.

YEAR 7 - 10

In the 7-10 Campuses there are 16 houses, eight at Mornington; four at Rosebud and four at Tyabb. Each House has approximately 115 students.

YEAR 11 - 12

There are four houses in the 11-12 Campus, with approximately 150 students per house.

House System Logos (Please click on the image for a PDF copy)

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