House System

In keeping with the College philosophy of developing the whole person in an environment of community and service, the House System operates from Year 7 to Year 12. It is designed to develop and encourage a sense of belonging. The House System promotes the charism of the House Patron as an example for the students to follow and reflect in their own lives.

  • Each House has a Co-ordinator who is responsible for the overall development of each individual student's sense of belonging, loyalty and spirit in his/her House.
  • Each House is made up of several homeroom groups.
  • Siblings are in the same House, but in separate homerooms.
  • The homeroom teacher cares for the members of their homeroom and, as much as possible, the same homeroom teacher will remain with the students throughout their enrolment at a particular campus. Each student remains in the same homeroom group from Year 7 to Year 9.
  • The Senior 10-12 Campus homerooms consist of approximately 24 students in Years 10-12, who meet together every morning.
  • House Feast Days are celebrated throughout the year and House assemblies give students an opportunity to gather together to foster House spirit.

YEAR 7 - 9

In the 7-9 Campuses there are 16 houses, eight at Mornington; four at Rosebud and four at Tyabb.

YEAR 10 - 12

There are eight Houses in the Senior Campus. 

Logos and colours for each of the Houses are available in the PDF download below.

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