"What does love look like? It has the hands to help other and the feet to hasten to the poor and needy."

Saint Augustine

The SEA Program offers staff and students the opportunity to be involved in a range of social justice projects. These are valuable experiences for personal growth and to contribute to making the world a better place.

Projects over the past seven years include: TMMR Orphanage in the Philippines, ‘Who Will’ Village in Cambodia, the Disabled Services Association in Nepal and the VNCW Resource Centre in Vanuatu.

Across a two-week period (approximately), staff and students will be immersed in another culture and walk alongside those less fortunate than themselves. Through first hand experiences participants will be challenged physically, emotionally and spiritually.

Overseas Immersions

Through the SEA Program, the College aims to provide staff and students with the opportunity to be involved in a range of social justice projects that, whilst allowing themselves to grow personally and learn through such experiences, assists to make the world a better place for those less fortunate than themselves. The College has supported many worthwhile projects over the past seven years including; TMMR Orphanage in the Philippines, ‘Who Will’ Village in Cambodia, the Disabled Services Association in Nepal and the VNCW Resource Centre in Vanuatu. Over approximately a two-week period, staff and students have the opportunity to be immersed in another culture and walk alongside those less fortunate than themselves. Through first hand experiences participants will be challenged physically, emotionally and spiritually.

SEA Program Excursion - Africa

International Exchange

An international exchange is offered to our Year 10 students. These International Exchange Programmes are both educationally and personally beneficial. The opportunity to share community with a family from another country is a wonderful prospect. By staying in a host family’s home, sharing meals, exchanging views and participating in daily activities, the students will learn far more about their way of life than ever possible by reading a book or travelling as a tourist. In the past, students have returned from these exchanges with a tremendous sense of accomplishment and a renewed ability to develop independent opinions and make informed decisions. The two overseas schools involved are Glenstal Abbey and Malvern Preparatory school

Glenstal Abbey Malvern Preparatory

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