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
Matthew Stolp, Men's Day breakfast guest speaker
'Being a part of these pantry drives with Matthew was one of the most rewarding things I have done,' said teacher and old scholar, Emily Wilkins, about working with our guest speaker at the International Men's Day breakfast in November.View More
Br Peter Dezani Scholarship Fund raffle
The Dominic College Old Scholars Association (DOSA) is conducting a raffle to raise money for the Br Peter Dezani Scholarship Fund, which will support students to enrol at Dominic College who otherwise would not be able to do so.View More
Season finishes for DOSA Football
For the first time in many years there are no DOSA teams in Old Scholar Grand Finals in 2020, as both seniors and reserves DOSA Football teams were beaten by their opponents in last Saturday's preliminary finals.View More
DOSA wins through elimination finals
DOSA Football players and supporters couldn't be happier with both reserves and seniors winning their elimination finals on Sunday!View More
Mr Matthew Stolp, Men's Breakfast guest speaker
Mr Matthew Stolp, Dominic College old scholar, Class of 1989, has been announced by Dominic College Principal, Ms Beth Gilligan, as the special guest speaker at the 2020 Dominic College International Men's Day breakfast on Tuesday 10 November commencing at 7am.View More
Science Week in Prep
National Science Week was a big event this year in Prep.
The theme for 2020 was ‘Deep Blue: Innovation for the Future of our Oceans’. Science Week gives us the opportunity to increase our engagement and understanding of ocean science. We live on an island and our oceans are ever-present around us. Australia’s vast oceans are a source of constant fascination for our students and it was absolutely wonderful to learn more about the importance of our oceans and the amazing animals that live there. View More
School and Community Partnerships
Dominic College is always looking for ways to enhance student learning, partnering with local businesses and community organisations.
Partnerships provide access to experiences, support, and resources not available within the school. We seek partners who are committed to common purposes and goals. View More
TALKING HEADS 2020
TALKING HEADS is an ongoing performance project for our Year 9/10 Drama students. In spite of COVID-19 restrictions preventing us from performing for parents, friends, and the wider school community, we are able to present the project for student audiences.
On 10 and 11 September , selected classes from electives in Years 9 and 10 will comprise the audience for TALKING HEADS, 2020. This will be the ninth year the project has been presented.View More
DOSA celebrates wins in Snowy's milestone game
Old scholar, Brendan "Snowy" Loveless, Class of 1990, played game number 417 for DOSA and became the Old Scholars Football Association games record-holder, eclipsing University's Bill Trethewie. Bill was able to attend and presented Brendan with a special DOSA jumper with the number 417 on the back, in which Snowy played the game.View More
Prep - Year 10 Assembly
At Dominic College we love our gatherings and we were delighted to hold a Prep-Year 10 Assembly on Wednesday 5 August, the first since February. Our theme for this Assembly was ‘Belonging to and Creating Dominic College Community’ where we shared our students’ accomplishments with their peers. View More