“What does love look like? It has the hands to help others and the feet to hasten to the poor and needy”
Saint Augustine

Service, Education, Awareness - SEA is the motto for our Social Justice Program

The aims of our Social Justice Program are:

  • to enable students to demonstrate the Christian values which they have encountered in the total Religious Education curriculum.
  • to give students personal experience of the notion of Christian service and involvement in Church sponsored activities.
  • to broaden their concept of the dignity of all persons and provide an insight into the broader life experiences.
  • to enable students to exercise initiative in their community to voluntary prayer and service groups.

Our SEA Program filters through to many areas of the College, offering staff and students the opportunity to be involved in a range of social justice projects locally, nationally and overseas. Immersions have included the Philippines, Nepal, India, Africa, Vanuatu, Cambodia and in 2020 Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. These are valuable experiences for personal growth and contribute to making the world a better place.

We continually inspire and grow young minds as they mature into young adults. We will challenge your son to be curious, inventive and open to a wide world of knowledge. During his journey at St Augustine’s College your son will, through shared experiences and the many opportunities we offer, develop and achieve his dreams and make connections that will establish lifelong friendships.

Our class initiatives, excursions, incursions and overseas tours including sports, co-curricular, school exchanges, social justice, music, drama and varied faculty tours, offer authentic experiences that allow boys to place their life in a new context, encouraging them to think about the contributions they can make to society.

Overseas Immersions

Through the SEA Program, our College provides staff and students with the opportunity to be involved in a range of social justice projects that allow them to grow personally and learn, while assisting to make the world a better place for those less fortunate.

Travelling to different parts of the globe immersed in another culture challenges participants physically, emotionally and spiritually.

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