Principal Patrick O’Reilly said what makes the college unique is that it is a workplace of learning combining the best and highest expectations of a school, work and faith community.
He said it is very gratifying to know they offer a pathway that provides a meaningful learning and training outcome, with more than half of all students offered a full-time job or apprenticeship once they leave.
“We definitely play a role in keeping young people from becoming a NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training),” he said.
“We are both about delivering a HSC qualification as well as delivering a certificate qualification giving students hands on learning in a variety of courses that interest them.
“The College offers opportunities for young people to experience success and a sense of purpose and achievement in a hands-on, applied learning context.