Holy Cross College is a Catholic Co-educational College Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12, located in Ellenbrook. The College strives to provide a holistic education encompassing all areas of LIFE -
Learning, Inter-Relationships, Faith and Enrichment. Students are encouraged to be critical and creative thinkers to prepare them for the changing world in which we live. Holy Cross College is a leading digital school and has been awarded with recognition as a Distinguished School for innovation, leadership and educational excellence.
Opportunities for enrolments
are available for all year levels including Pre-Kindergarten (3 year old children) Kindergarten and all years to Year 12.
starts in our Early Learning Centre. The Early Learning Centre is for children in Pre-Kindergarten to Year 2 that aims to foster the intellectual and creative development of these inquisitive young learners. As children progress they are moved up in Junior School, with
students being engaged, challenged and are progressing with opportunities to live 'Life to the Full'.
students in Years 7 - 9
focus on meeting the adolescent learning needs - helping them to establish their identity, encouraging their natural talents, encouraging resilience and respecting the importance of relationships.
is designed for students in their final years of Secondary School. Learning becomes more specialised as students focus on their pathways beyond school. Courses are designed to prepare students for university entrance or a TAFE/Vocational pathway. Students are given opportunities to explore the world beyond school.
Holy Cross College is committed to challenging, celebrating, encouraging and nurturing the whole LIFE of the young people in 'this place of transformation in the spirit of the Risen Christ'.
'I came that they may have life and have it to the full' John 10:10
COLLEGE OPEN DAY IS THURSDAY 3 MARCH with tours at 9:30am, 11:15am and 1:30pm. Please book with the College Office to attend with your family.
College Tours for prospective students are are on Thursdays 26 May, 11 August and 10 November 2016 at 9:30am and 1:30am. Please book with the College Office to attend with your family.