Principal's Welcome

Principal2019.jpg​A Seton College education is personalised, vibrant and diverse, drawing from the Australian curriculum with two defining features:  a focus on literacy and numeracy in the middle years of learning followed by tailored pathways into the workforce or further study that include certificate level qualifications, apprenticeships, traineeships, and structured work experience programs from Year 10.

Learning is underpinned by a level of personalised pastoral care for each of our students which is simply not achievable in a larger school environment. We carefully manage our cohort size and offer a high teacher-to-student ratio so that individual potential can be recognised and developed, futures nurtured.  Students are known by name, they are valued and respected as individuals, are recognised as part of a community, and are encouraged to strive towards their personal best.

The ultimate gift of a Seton College education lies in the presence of its outcomes: students confident in their abilities, whose futures have already begun, and are meaningful contributors to society.

Warren Bath