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Co- Curricular
From The Principal

Acknowledgement of Country



Ms Paddy McEvoy

Dear Parents/Guardians, Friends & Students of SAC,

Welcome to the 2023 school year. I would like to extend a special welcome to the many new students and families who have joined us at St Aloysius College this year. We hope that in these first few days and weeks, you will experience the warmth of Mercy hospitality that quickly enables our students and their families to feel a sense of connection and belonging.


At our first whole staff gathering last week, we reflected on our appreciation for the opportunity to gather together, given the challenges of COVID restrictions. The Liturgy Committee has chosen the theme of “Blessings” for our Masses and liturgies this year. We recognise the complexity of this theme and acknowledge that the hardship and loss experienced by many of our families in the last few years can make it difficult to feel grateful at times. Our Christian tradition provides many ways to deepen our experience of gratitude, such as the Daily Examen, a Jesuit model of prayer that we use with our secondary RE classes. We know we have much to be thankful for and we commit ourselves to finding authentic ways to express our gratitude in the course of 2023.

Students, staff and families were impressed with the excellent results achieved by the Year 12 Class of 2022. In this newsletter, you will find a summary of the results presented by Deputy Principal (Teaching and Learning), Jacqui Jury. Every student successfully completed the SACE, with one third of the cohort achieving an ATAR over 90 and 55% achieving an ATAR over 80. Special congratulations to Dux of the College, Alisha, who achieved an ATAR of 99.7. Congratulations to Roshani (99.4) and Pari (99.2) who also achieved an ATAR over 99, placing them in the top 1% of Australia. More detail on the outstanding results from the Class of 2022 can be found in the pages of this newsletter. We look forward to celebrating with the graduates and their families at the Dux Assembly, which will be held on Friday 17 February.


We are pleased to welcome: Shane Meegan (Science Teacher), Amanda Tan (Science Teacher), Lilian Shan (Mathematics Teacher), Kiara Schonberger (HASS Teacher), Chelsey Webb (English/ HASS/ RP Teacher), Timothy Edwards (Mathematics Teacher), Stacey Nolan (Inclusive Education Coordinator), Angus Oosterbroek (Digital Technologies Teacher), Tahlia Gallina (Mathematics Teacher), Abbey Bowman (Science Teacher), Daniela Nudo (Year 1 Teacher), Michaela Farrugia (Year 5 Teacher), Demi Williams (Languages/English/RE Teacher), Aaron Casey (Year 6 Teacher), Inge Wishart (Year 6 Teacher), Sara Gorroick (Teacher-Librarian), Ryan Moon (ICT Manager), Ella Angel (AFL Trainee), Linh Nguyen (Mathematics Teacher) and Georgia Lawrence-Doyle (English/HASS Teacher).


Another busy holiday period for the Maintenance Team saw the completion of resurfacing and soundproofing the stairwells in the Redden Centre. The Wakefield St frontage had a refresh along with many learning areas across the school. The kitchen facilities in the Staff Room also had a well overdue makeover, providing a pleasant space for staff to enjoy. The Expressive Arts Centre has been made more accessible for all people, with direct entry on the ground level into the theatre. We are so gratefully to the Maintenance Team members, Matt and Tony, for their continued hard work over the holidays.

This Newsletter enables us to share with our community the huge variety of activities taking place in the College each week. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and we hope that you will enjoy finding familiar faces and places included throughout the year. Wishing you all every blessing for the year ahead.

Ms Paddy McEvoy


From the Deputy Principal (Teaching and Learning)

Ms Jacqui Jury
Deputy Principal (Teaching and Learning)


Welcome to the start of a new school year, especially to the new students, families and staff who are joining St Aloysius. It is an exciting time for students whether they are starting school for the first time, starting a new year level or commencing their final year of schooling. My hope for every student is that they achieve their personal best and embrace the learning and opportunities that will enable them to flourish this year.


The Class of 2022 achieved phenomenal results. Congratulations to our College Dux, Alisha who achieved an ATAR of 99.7. Congratulations also to Roshani (ATAR 99.4) and Pari (ATAR 99.2), placing all three students in the top 1% of Australian students.

Our students received 58 A+ grades with 28 Merits awarded across 8 subjects including: Ancient Studies, Digital Technologies, English, English Literary Studies, Legal Studies, Modern History, Research Project and Society and Culture.

Some of the highlights from the class of 2022 include:

  • 100% SACE完成
  • 21% percent of students achieved an ATAR over 95, placing them in the top 5% of all Australian students.
  • 33% of students achieved an ATAR over 90, placing them in the top 10% of all Australian students.
  • 22% of students achieved an ATAR over 80, placing them in the top 20% of all Australian students
  • 12年生の50%以上がATAR80以上を達成し、オーストラリアの全学生の上位20%に入りました。
  • 49% of all subject grades were A grade
  • 88% of all grades were A or B grades
  • 99% of all students who applied for university received a First-Round offer.

Congratulations to the Class of 2022 and all their teachers!




Homework is an essential part of the study program at St Aloysius College, helping to develop learning patterns, reinforce class learning, develop study skills and provide opportunities for revision, reading and completion of ongoing assessment tasks. Students are expected to complete homework set by their teachers. Teachers are also very conscious of the many demands on students, recognising that homework should not deny students the opportunity to spend time with their family, friends or engage in other interests. Students should be able to develop the ability to incorporate homework into their lives in a balanced way. Communication with the subject teacher from parents or caregivers is needed if students have been unable to complete homework.



Additional information regarding meeting deadlines, time management and eligibility for special provisions can be found in our Work Completion Guidelines.


Ms Jacqui Jury
Deputy Principal (Teaching & Learning)


From the Deputy Principal (Administration)

Mr Nick Tattoli
Deputy Principal (Administration)

As we commence the school year, I would like to extend a warm welcome back to all of our returning students and families. A very special welcome also to our new students and families beginning at St Aloysius College.
We are lucky enough to celebrate and provide opportunities for our students across the year, and it is worthwhile to take some time to scroll through some of the dates highlighted in the calendar so that you can plan ahead for some key events.

2023 Term Dates/Calendar. Click here to access our school calendar.

レセプションからYear7の保護者のための「Meet the Teacher」イブニング

‘Meet the Teacher’ evening is being held at the College on Wednesday 8 February from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. This is an opportunity for Reception to Year 7 parents and caregivers to meet their daughter’s Home Class teacher in their classroom and to hear about the year’s program and special features.

Year 3 Parent Information Session re Laptop Program

At 6:00pm on Wednesday 8 February, prior to the Meet the Teacher Evening, we will be holding an information session for Year 3 parents about our one-to-one laptop program. The session will include details about how the Surface Pro devices will be used in the education program, cyber safety, safe use and protection of the device and data and coverage for accidental loss or damage. The session will be held in the McAuley Auditorium.


セント・アロイジウス・カレッジでは、他の多くの学校や企業と同様に、学校の敷地内に入られる方は、まずメインホワイエにあるSACオフィスでサインをしていただき、学校の敷地内にいる間はビジターバッジを身につけていただくことになっています。この手続きは午前8時45分から午後3時まで行われます。日中は、通常、Wakefield Streetのドアからしか敷地内に入ることができません。バッジを持たずに学校敷地内に入った場合は、直ちにSACオフィスに報告するよう求められます。SACオフィスのスタッフが多少忙しくても、訪問者バッジをもらわずにSACオフィスの前を通り過ぎようとしないでください。なぜなら、生徒の安全は私たちにとって非常に重要であり、身元のわからない他人はすべての人に深刻な脅威を与えるからです。ご両親や来訪者の方々にご迷惑をおかけして申し訳ありませんが、学生の安全のためにこの手順を実施する理由をご理解いただければ幸いです。


St Aloysius College will continue to follow the advice of our governing bodies and SA Health regarding our approach to COVID-19 and its potential impact on school events and other practices. We will continue to communicate with parents and caregivers as such needs arise.

As per SA Health guidelines, to reduce the risk to others, if a student test positives to COVID-19, they should:

  • Stay home until their acute symptoms have cleared (usually 5 to 7 days)
  • If they must leave the house, wear a mask when indoors or on public transport

Please note that all positive cases must be reported to SA Health and families must inform St Aloysius College – this can be done via the link on the SEQTA Engage Welcome Page or by contacting the SAC office.

Collaborative systems:

If you are yet to set up your parent/caregiver accounts on SEQTA and Consent2Go, or viewed our social media platforms, please select the relevant tabs below.


St Aloysius College uses SEQTA as a learning management system to enable greater collaboration between school and home. The SEQTA platform consists of three integrated portals:

- SEQTA Teach for teaching staff
- SEQTA Learn for students
- SEQTA Engage for parents and caregivers

The portal allows parents and caregivers a snapshot into the lessons taught for the day, homework set, upcoming assessments, feedback and rubrics on marked assessment tasks, and formal academic reports.
If you are new to the College this year, or a current parent/caregiver yet to set up your SEQTA login, you should have received a separate ‘Welcome to SEQTA’ email. Please follow the prompts in the email to set up your account.

Click here for further information, including the SEQTA app details along with login and user guides.


Starting in 2023, we will be utilising Consent2Go - a digital solution that easily enables you to accurately keep and update your child’s health records and provide consent for school events, excursions and camps in a secure and timely manner.

If you are new to the College this year, or a current parent/caregiver yet to set up your Consent2Go account, you will receive a separate ‘Student Profile Update Invitation’ email. This email will be sent from: St Aloysius College - [MCBSchools] [email protected] so please ensure you look out for this in your inbox. Please follow the prompts in the email to set up your account.

Click here for further information, including an introduction to Consent2Go and FAQs.

SAC on Social Media

We love to showcase to the wider community who we are as a College and to celebrate the many talents and achievements of our students and staff.
Please click on each link to access our pages:

I hope that this is a successful year for all of our students and their families and I look forward to meeting you all at the various events throughout the year.

Mr Nick Tattoli
Deputy Principal (Administration)




School Terms
Tuesday 8:15am – 11:30am
Wednesday 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Thursday 8:15am – 11:30am

開館時間は、各学期末までにSACニュースレターでお知らせします。入場はAngas Streetのゲートからです。


And just like that, we are back!

Wishing all our students and their families a fabulous school year!