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Leave and visiting

A place for families The opportunities for full boarders to spend time with their families have greatly increased in recent decades. For Joeys’ first century at least, boys were allowed…

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Mission and service

Mass at Joeys Eucharist As a Catholic school in the Marist tradition, ɫֱ is committed to educating the students in its care to become men who value and…

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Marist characteristics

Marist spirituality St Marcellin taught the first Brothers ‘To make Jesus known and loved’. For Marcellin, and those who follow in his footsteps, Jesus is the human face of God…

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Immersions

A wonderful opportunity Each year senior students have the opportunity to apply to work in a Marist community in a developing country. St Marcellin Champagnat’s vision was that the students…

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Wellbeing

A whole-school approach Student wellbeing is central to life at Joeys. Drawing on the Marist Characteristics, our aim is to develop men of outstanding character, with a strong mind and…

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Boarding history

Joeys ‘gets’ boarding “To bring up children properly, we must love them, and love them all equally.” Marcellin Champagnat (1789-1840), founder of the Marist Brothers. The story of boarding at…

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Enrolment form

Enrolment options Day Student Day students arrive by 8am each day and leave at either 5pm or approximately 8pm. After daily classes day students take part in sports training or…

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Why Joeys?

Overview St Joseph’s prides itself on being a comprehensive College where students of a wide range of abilities are given opportunities to achieve their full potential. We focus on providing…

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