St Ursula's College (Yeppoon)

 

 

 

 

 

St Ursula's College (Yeppoon)

Queen Street
Yeppoon, QLD 4703
Tel: 07 4939 9600
Email:
ursulas@stursulas.qld.edu.au
Website:
stursulas.qld.edu.au

Key Details
Type: Catholic
Level: Secondary
Gender: Girls
Religious Affiliation: Catholic
Boarding: Yes
Learning Extension: Yes
Indigenous Education: Yes
Scholarships: Yes
Language Immersion/Bi-Lingual: Yes

Our Mission

We declare that the mission of St Ursula’s College is to continue the mission of Jesus, living and proclaiming the Gospel values to all people, especially in our school community, with fidelity, joy and enthusiasm.

Our mission demands that we create an environment where the Gospel values – both in daily living and in the learning situation – can be critically examined, clearly understood and responsibly acted upon.

This demands serious and courageous involvement in the field of education and in the practice of justice in our efforts to transform the world.

Our Culture

At St Ursula’s College, Yeppoon, we cultivate an environment of belonging, so that each and every member of our community knows they are respected and welcome. A culture which empowers and encourages each student to seize leadership opportunities, know their self-worth, and reach their potential is evident throughout the College. Our staff are dynamic and dedicated professionals who specialise in the education of young women. A prominent and active well-being program supported by three Heads of School, a School Counsellor and a School Nurse, is based on the principles of Positive Psychology and Growth Mindset, and ensures that girls are well supported as they navigate adolescence.

The multicultural atmosphere of the College fosters a sense of belonging and inclusion among all students. Students and staff from various cultural backgrounds share their knowledge and skills within the College Community and are appreciated for their contribution to campus life. Harmony Day is celebrated annually, and the Cultural Captain, a Student Leader, works with staff to create opportunities to celebrate cultural awareness and acknowledge diversity in a respectful and affirming manner.

A Yarning Circle, created at the College in 2016, provides a sacred space for students to remember, pray, and relax. Designed and built by Indigenous Elders, staff and students, the Yarning Circle has unique Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural influences.

 

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Enrolments 

Enrolment applications for 2021 and beyond are now being accepted. Find out more information online at
stursulas.qld.edu.au/enrolment

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