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Year 7 Class 2019 Entrance and Honours Class Exams – Round 2 Tue 17th April 2018

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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Mary Hamer

Vale – Mrs Mary Hamer

After a long and brave battle with cancer, Mrs Mary Rayias Hamer passed away on Tuesday morning 16th July, leaving her immediate and extended family in grief. For Mrs Hamer, her extended family embraced every child, every teacher, every parent and grandparent, who entered the gates of St Spyridon College. At this difficult time, we…

St Spyridon College P&F

A sense of community

We love the sense of community we have at our school and this was evident to the P and F Committee over the past two weeks. Firstly on the 24th March, a special thank you goes to the parents outside the P and F committee who assisted with distributing the snacks and water to all our children….

St Spyridon - Learning to swim

Why Participate in Swimming Lessons?

Every child should learn to swim in order to equip them with vital survival skills that will stay with them for life. A recent study from Griffith University NSW has revealed that there may be advantages to starting this process early. The study suggests that children under five who have swimming lessons develop better language, literacy and numeracy skills, and are…


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