The College strongly believes when a student displays a positive sense of wellbeing, this creates the platform from which a positive learning trajectory is launched. Our holistic approach to education aims to foster self awareness, a sense of belonging and connectedness within the College community, promote fortitude and ensure individualised support is available for each student.
All staff work with students to build relationships based on trust, empathy and respect and the provision of a child safe environment to explore their individual goals and develop proactive strategies to achieve them.
Weaved throughout the life of the College, our Virtues Program ensures that wellbeing is not taught in isolation but delivered through an integrated model of pastoral care and activities directed to enhancing their wellbeing and developing personal and social capabilities.
Our staff also work to ensure that new students experience a smooth transition into our College and benefit from the same level of high-quality professional and personalised support enjoyed by all our current students.
Co-Curricular Opportunities
Our co-curricular program provides students with enriching learning experiences beyond the classroom and the opportunity to develop skills, contribute to the community, interact with like-minded peers and discover new talents.
Co-curricular opportunities at St Thomas Aquinas College:

  • Art Club
  • Book Club
  • Chess Club
  • Debating

Outdoor education experiences, provided through our camps program offer a chance for students to take greater responsibility for themselves, connect with nature and each other, explore an unfamiliar environment and learn hands-on skills: Our camps take place during the secondary years and are gender specific camps.
As a member of the School Sport Victoria network, the students can enjoy the physical challenge and fun of training and competing in a team through inter school and house sports.
Sports on offer at St Thomas Aquinas College:

  • Athletics
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Soccer
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Music Program

The College encourages all students to participate in music regardless of age or ability. As part of the Music Program, students are able to learn an instrument, participate in and perform within the College and for the wider community as part of the Choir.
In conjunction with the comprehensive P-12 classroom music program at the College, the Music Program allows students to undertake tuition on a musical instrument.