Dominic College is a vibrant community of students, staff, families, old scholars and volunteers. We produce a weekly newsletter during term, usually available on a Friday afternoon, featuring a variety of reports and stories from staff and student leaders in areas of administration, teaching and learning, pastoral care and mission.
You'll find a selection of stories here, too, plus additional new items in between newsletters. Your contribution and news is always welcome - please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Festival of Voices - Tasmania Sings!
At the end of last term, students from Year 6 at Dominic College joined with students from thirteen other choirs to rehearse and perform in Tasmania Sings! as part of the Festival of Voices. A big thank you to our dedicated students for their preparation for and participation in this event.View More
DOSA Wine Offer launched
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the Salesians in Glenorchy, the Dominic Old Scholars Association has teamed with the Tamar Valley’s Holm Oak Vineyards to produce three DOSA 2021 celebration wines.View More
Creative Arts Festival 2021
The tradition of curating an exhibition of student work in tandem with Performing Arts events has been evolving over a number of years at Dominic College. On the one hand, it allows some work to be created specifically for this event, but most importantly, it provides us with an opportunity to offer a snapshot of the creative activity that is occurring on a day-to-day basis at the College. View More
Class of 2011 10-years reunion
The Class of 2011 enjoyed their 10-years reunion on Saturday 24 July 2021 at Dominic College. It was their first reunion and despite the absence of interstate old scholars due to the lockdowns and quarantines, the group was large and enthusiastic.
Principal Beth Gilligan said they were an impressive group of fine young adults – now in their mid-twenties. View More
The free annual old scholars magazine, Veritas 2021, was mailed to families and old scholars in June. We try to send one copy for each household, but if you received extra copies which you do not wish to keep, please return them to any student services office for reuse.View More
Term 2 has been an exceptionally busy term in Kindergarten. We have experienced our first Cross Country, a K-6 Assembly, Reconciliation Week - we are very proud of the Rainbow Serpent Kinders tuminana and timita made for Reconciliation Week. If you are in our foyer area, please have a look at him. Kinder tuminana also experienced their first K-10 College Feast Day Mass - in which we received a big round of applause for our exceptional behaviour. View More
Japanese Cultural Experience Day
Recently, Dominic College Year 4 hosted students from New Norfolk and Molesworth Primary Schools, and Holy Rosary and St. Paul’s Catholic Schools and took part in an immersive day of Japanese cultural experiences.View More
The Buddy Experience
Year 1B (1 nimina) recently spent quality time with their Buddy class, Year 4A. The Buddy experience provides a valuable time for both older and younger students to connect and share their understandings.View More
Dominic Students at Campbell Town Show
Last Saturday, five of our Animal Husbandry students travelled to the showgrounds at Campbell Town to showcase our Border Leicester Sheep and compete against other breeders and schools across the state. View More
Music and Dance Showcase Returns
The Music and Dance Showcase provides Dominic students with the opportunity to present some larger-scale Performing Arts offerings to the school community. As with the Creative Arts Festival, the aim of the Showcase is to show the work that students are undertaking as part of their course work in Music and Dance, as well as in the co-curricular life of the College. View More