St Edmund's College Canberra
Australian Capital Territory, Australia
About St Edmund's College Canberra
St Edmund’s College Canberra is an all-boys, non-selective, independent, Roman Catholic, all-through school in Australian Capital Territory, serving students from Year 4-12. The all-through school is situated in Griffith.
St Edmund’s College Canberra opened in 1954 by the Christian Brothers, and was the first Catholic school to be opened in the district. It is a member of the Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) network of schools. Teachers at the school are dedicated to the Catholic values and ethos, and are required to assist with extra-curricular activities.
Mr Daniel Lawler
The school offers a broad range of learning facilities, including a gym, science laboratories, tennis courts, a well-stocked library, computer rooms, a chapel and extensive outside grounds for sports and recreational play.
St Edmund’s College Canberra offers a wide range of teaching and learning programmes designed to meet the specific needs and learning styles of individuals. The all-through school boasts many interactive extra-curricular activities both in lessons and after class, including community service initiatives, sports teams, music lessons, camps and field trips.
The all-through boys school wants to produce active, kind, caring and dedicated individuals who will go on to serve and lead in the local and wider community as active citizens. The school works to recognised and nurture the unique talents and gifts of each boy, while at the same time creating and maintain a happy, welcoming and inclusive learning environment for all, led by mutual respect between teachers and students. The school follows the motto: “Achieving today, leading tomorrow”.