Established in 1956, St Joseph’s College is a leading co-educational Catholic College located in Toowoomba, Queensland.
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St Joseph’s College will welcome Year 7 students from 13 different schools across the Toowoomba region this year, as well as students joining in Year 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Principal Kort Goodman said he’s looking forward to school returning on Wednesday, 27 January.
“Each one of these students will be welcomed to St Joseph’s College as part of our community and we greatly look forward to bringing them into what we do at St Joseph’s,” said Mr Goodman.
Mr Goodman also welcomed everyone to 2021 on behalf of all staff.
“We hope that our community had a wonderful break, taking the time to refresh by spending time with family and friend over the festive period,” said Mr Goodman.
St Joseph’s College is proud of its student representatives this year, who will be led by College Captains Mitchell Berg and Jemma Bradshaw.
“I’m excited to be getting back into all the opportunities available at St Joseph’s across the areas of sporting, academic, culture and faith,” said Mitchell Berg.
Jemma Bradshaw said she’s looking forward to welcoming the new students for 2021.
“As part of the student leadership team, we’re also really excited about implementing our new initiative of ‘The Joey’s Way,’ and upholding our College values of Respect, Compassion, Endeavour and Dignity,” she said.
Students in Year 7, 11 and 12, plus all new students commence at St Joseph’s on Wednesday, 27 January. All other students return to school on Thursday, 28 January.