French is in Joeys DNA. Marist founder Marcellin Champagnat hailed from rural France, and Brother Emilian, the first College headmaster, was born in Languedoc-Roussilon. Indeed, French has been studied at Hunters Hill for over 100 years.
The pursuit of excellence is a cornerstone Joeys value. It is the realisation of our God-given talents, the fulfillment of the Marist work ethic and the embodiment of the school motto: “Striving for better things”.
One of the reasons a Joeys education is so highly valued is our unique Extended Day Program. Teachers and parents regard it as fundamental to academic success because it strengthens study time and puts students ahead of the curve.
Harrison Bentley freely admits that nerves were high on the eve of the release of the 2020 HSC results, but hard work, dedication and setting goals paid off when the results were released the following morning.
One of the busiest places at St Joseph's College, is the Br Liguori Resources Centre. A hive of activity throughout the day, and well into the evening. Each term the Resources Centre staff work on a number of wonderful activities with the boys. Here are just a few of the latest initiatives.