A great learning experience
Joeys is at the forefront of contemporary education, but what was it like in the 1960s and ’70s – a turbulent period in Australia’s history? Brother Michael Green studied at Joeys from 1967 to 1972 and was a member of the College staff between 1979 and 1986. He has since been a teacher and headmaster in Marist schools across Australia, and served as the first National Director of Marist Schools Australia. Here he remembers his life as a Joe Boy and the valuable lessons he learnt at College during a time of great upheaval.
Joeys Reflection Day
Reflection Day welcomes Year seven boys to the Joeys community and introduces them to the wonderful Marist traditions that underpin College life. It is a memorable occasion for every student who passes through St Joseph’s gates, as it teaches him values that will last a lifetime.