St Eugene College Burpengary

QUICK LINKS

Student Laptop Program

Year 10 Set Plan Subject Selection online

Like us on Facebook

 
IMPORTANT DATES
Please scroll down and
refer to newsletter for details


16th September
Last Day of Term 3
~~~
Tuckshop Closed


3rd October
Queen's Birthday Public Holiday


4th October
Start of Term 4


12th-13th October
Year 11 Leadership Camp


17th October
Pupil Free Day

 

ASSEMBLIES
(Tuesdays)

Years 7-12
Refer to school calendar

Prep-Year 6
8.45am


UNIFORM SHOP
Online Orders : www.flexischools.com.au

Visit the Uniform Information page
for detailed information about:
~ 2nd Hand Uniform Sales/Purchases
~ Uniform Shop Opening Times,
~ Uniform Policy & Description

Regular Opening Times
during School Terms

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
8am to 10am

Tuesday & Thursday
2pm to 4pm

Absentee Hotline 07 3491 4646Click here to subscribe to our e-Newsletter and receive the College newsletter via emailWebsite Issues

 

Welcome to our website......

St Eugene College Burpengary began the year with 153 staff and  1,080 students from Prep to Year 12. St Eugene's is a warm, welcoming community. As a Catholic School we endeavour to be a Christian community in which nurture in faith is integrated within full human growth and development. St Eugene’s includes within its program the vital place of faith in the lives of our children. We are involved in awakening, nourishing and developing this faith.

Click here for more information and a Welcome Message from our Principal>>

COMMUNITY NEWS

Book Week Parade

VINNIES SLEEP OUT
On Friday the 9th of September, I, along with around 50 other students from grade 7 to 12, participated in the St Vinnies Sleep out for 2016. It was a great night for a great purpose, which was to help raise awareness of the issues surrounding homelessness. A big thank you to Olivia Skewes from St Vincent de Paul Youth for coming out and running activities, as well as giving us a presentation about homelessness. While there was lots of fun throughout the night, including the ever-present cardboard box house building competition, I think it was an eye opener to many, as they found out homelessness isn't an obvious thing, and can be closer to us than we think. Overall, I think the night was a great success, and hope that more people participate in this fantastic event next year. Oliver Year 12 Faith and Mission Ministry Leader

MUSIC NEWS
Music NewsOn Friday afternoon the St Eugene College Band Two-Thirds were given the opportunity to showcase their talents with a full set on stage at the Christ the King Fete. Kicking off the fete, the students performed with professionalism as the heavens opened up on the crowd who gathered to watch their show. The students went through their repertoire, performing tributes to David Bowie and Prince, arrangements of Justin Beiber hits and original compositions they had composed and arranged together. There were only minor mishaps – a pint size stage crasher who wanted her own go at the drums and a blown keyboard amp – however the students took it all in stride and continued to perform to rapturous applause. After a strong 50 minute set the students were thanked by Christ the King for their entertainment.     

 
©  St Eugene College 2013   |     Privacy Policy Website by School Site Solutions
Click here to email St Eugene College