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St Spyridon College welcomes you…

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A Springboard To Your Childs Future

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Every Day Is Open Day

If you would like to see how St Spyridon could be the Springboard to your Child’s future then please come in and take a look…

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Sporting Champions

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Full of Drama

Find out hour our Elevation Program helps our
students shine in everything they do…

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Building Young Lives

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Visit us at the Junior School Open Day, September 22 nd…


Welcome to the St. Spyridon College Website

St. Spyridon College is a co-educational school providing education to about 800 students K-12. It was established in 1983 by the St. Spyridon Parish of South East Sydney, under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia.

St. Spyridon students come from 30 different cultural backgrounds. They all share a caring environment that promotes educational excellence. At St Spyridon College we prepare young people to take their place in a rapidly changing world with confidence and success.

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Highlight Events

Enrolment Events 2015 at St Spyridon College

ST SPYRIDON COLLEGE – Kingsford and Maroubra Enrolment Events 2015 Every Day is Open Day at St Spyridon College To book in for a personal tour please call: Junior School 02 9663 5363 Senior School 02 9311 3340 To RSVP and for further information please ring the Enrolment Officer Angela Kringas on 02 9311 3340 or…

Spring Fair at the Junior School

Music. Dance. Children’s fun activities. Gift stalls, to help you get ready for Christmas. Greek style BBQ. Delicious
sweets, gourmet coffee and much, much more…

Junior School Open Day – Festival of Learning

Welcome to our Festival of Learning! Parents who are visiting our College for the first time, need to register on arrival. The Registration Desk will be set up in the Quadrangle. Estelle will be there to take care of you.


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