Congratulations! So pleased & proud of our 2018 Year 12 student Cooper Bennett -Georges River Council 2018 Young Citizen of the Year
Georges River Council’s mayor Kevin Greene announced the winners of the Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year and Volunteer of the Year at…
Commencing in 2010, Southern Cross Catholic Vocational College (SCCVC) is a ground breaking Senior Secondary College.
NSW Business Chamber- Old School/New School Forum This month, our College Principal and Student Leaders Grace Faulkner, Jasper Dryden and Emily McGrath attended the NSW Business Chambers old school/new school forum. If the next generation is to be ready for study and work, responsibility must be shared by government, educators, parents, students and industry. This is one of the findings of the report released today by the NSW Business Chamber entitled, Old School/New School. Illawarra Business Chamber Executive Director, Chris Lamont, said it was vital the school curriculum is redesigned and delivers… Read More
All students are expected to complete a minimum of 30 hours of Social Outreach over the two years they spend at the College. The philosophy behind this requirement is to help our students to look outward and to seek to use their gifts and talents for the benefit of others. Initiatives at the College include attending Brekky Van to provide breakfast to the homeless of Sydney, visiting the local nursing home, St Mary’s Villa and an Immersion in an Aboriginal Community. Social Outreach is a means of putting faith into action and… Read More
Prayer The heart of the Catholic experience of our Students at Southern Cross is prayer. There are numerous opportunities for students to develop their prayer life that include learning how to pray the Rosary, Christian Meditation, Praying with Scripture, Praise and Worship and other means to help our students connect with God. We are fortunate to have our own College Chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Southern Cross where students can retreat to, at any time, to spend time in contemplation, meditation and reflection. Helping our students develop their personal relationship… Read More
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A wide range of Vocational courses are available at SCCVC to prepare students for their future careers. Read more to see all those currently offered on site here at the college.
Alongside our Vocational Courses all students in Year 11 also undertake 1 unit of Catholic Studies and 3 units of Integrated Studies (comprising of 2 units English and 1 unit Work Studies) with options for additional courses.
Many of the courses at Southern Cross require specialist equipment, just as in the work place. Students are required to have these “tools of trade” with them for all practical lessons.