St Spyridon College
New South Wales, Australia
About St Spyridon College
St Spyridon College Senior School is a co-educational, non-selective, Greek Orthodox, independent day secondary school, serving students aged 12-18. Located in Maroubra, New South Wales, the School has approximately 753 enrolled students.
St Spyridon College was established in 1983. The first Greek Orthodox College in New South Wales, the College population is culturally diverse with students representing 20 different cultural backgrounds. The College is spread across two campuses – the Senior School, in Maroubra, and the Junior School, in Kingsford, New South Wales. Founded on the Greek Orthodox Faith and Hellenic Ideals, St Spyridon College is committed to upholding its Hellenic cultural heritage and the values of the Orthodox Church.
Head of College
Mrs Efrosini Stefanou-Haag
St Spyridon College Senior School’s facilities include specialist state-of-the-art Food Technology and Hospitality facilities, a Technology wing with Information and Communication Technology classrooms, and Visual and Creative Arts centres.
St Spyridon College Senior School offers high-quality academic programmes that incorporate community service, personal development, student leadership, and global connectivity. Students undertake one of three learning pathways: School to University, School to TAFE, and School to work. The School offers several HSC Academic Elevation programmes such as ACER Scholarships, Bursaries, Dux Scholarships, University Entrance Scholarships, an HSC Winter Course, and Preparing for the Preliminaries Courses. Co-curricular activities include Creative and Performing Arts, Sports, and Thinking Skills Development, as well as Enterprise Education Programmes.
St Spyridon College Senior School aims for academic excellence within a safe, nurturing environment. Students are offered a holistic education to strengthen their minds, bodies, faith, and sense of compassion, so they may make a positive contribution to Australian society.