Trinity Catholic College
New South Wales, Australia
About Trinity Catholic College
Trinity Catholic College is an educational facility located in the Southern Highlands city of Goulburn, New South Wales. The college is a co-educational, Years 7-12 secondary college, providing a contemporary and holistic education for its students. The college was formed in the year 2000 through the amalgamation of St Patrick’s College and Marian College and it falls under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn. The college has a current student population of 539.
Mrs Tanya Appleby
Trinity College offers excellent facilities. Intermingled with the historical grounds and buildings, it boasts state-of-the art facilities such as a communal kitchen, a Centre of Excellence in Science, a Performing Arts Centre, a college farm including sheds and equipment, six school ovals, a superbly resourced library, a 25 metres lap pool with diving facilities, tennis and basketball courts and an impressive college chapel. The college is, overall, an exceptional educational environment in which students have every opportunity to succeed.
At Trinity College the curriculum is strategically broad and offers all students the opportunity to follow a variety of pathways that include academic challenges as well as vocational pathways. The college supports a growing number of school-based apprentices across a variety of trades, including agriculture. The provision of a major extra-curricula program is a very important component of educational life at the school, with a vast range of options available. These include Sport, Dance, Debating, Public Speaking, Choir, Orchestra, Equestrian and Chess.
Trinity College is committed to the formation of confident, competent, young men and women of conscience, and for each one of them, by way of a holistic approach to their education, develop their full potential spiritually; emotionally; academically; socially and physically.