Latest news and events

Day in the life of learning from home

Day in the life of learning from home

May 1, 2020

1 May, 2020. YEAR 12 Courtney McCrostie is on a vocational pathway at St Norbert College, studying a Certificate III in Music Industry and Drama. For the time being, Courtney is continuing her studies from home. Here, she reveals what she is enjoying and finds challenging about remote learning. “At first remote learning was very…

Read More
Holy Week at home

Holy Week at home

April 7, 2020

Although we may not be able to partake in our traditional Holy Week customs together as a College community, we can still observe this special time at home with our families. Please see below information about the live-streaming of Easter services by the Catholic Archiocese of Perth, followed by a selection of Holy Week resources…

Read More
Climate Canons launch e-waste crusade

Climate Canons launch e-waste crusade

March 18, 2020

Climate Canon Christine Buluran sums up perfectly why it’s important to dispose of e-waste correctly. “Don’t you think there are already enough global issues facing today’s society?,” the Year 10 SNC student says. “Let’s not wait for e-waste to become one of them. The incorrect disposal of e-waste is an emerging problem that is threatening…

Read More
Premier's ANZAC Student Tour

Premier’s ANZAC Student Tour

March 12, 2020

UPDATE: Despite not being able to travel overseas or interstate for the 2020 Premier’s Anzac Student Tour, Year 9 Isabella Hulm made the most of Anzac Day. Three days before the national commemoration on April 25, Isabella featured on the front page of the Canning Examiner, explaining how the past six weeks had consisted of…

Read More
VET honour for SNC graduate

VET honour for SNC graduate

February 20, 2020

It is only three weeks into the new school year, but already St Norbert College 2019 graduate Kadijah Brown is striding ahead with her post-College life and promising career. At a Government House awards ceremony last night, Kadijah, pictured with College Principal Simon Harvey, was presented with the VET Exhibition (Business and Financial Services, Information…

Read More
Cafe 135@Treasure

St Norbert College Open Day: 6 March

February 12, 2020

DANCE and drama performances, student-led tours of the College grounds, language lessons, a basketball game and an abundance of educational displays . . . The annual St Norbert College Open Day on Friday, 6 March, will showcase all that is on offer for families seeking excellence in education. Discover the work of the Student Ministry,…

Read More
St Norbert College in Top 30 WA Schools

St Norbert College in Top 30 WA Schools

January 8, 2020

Western Australia’s School Curriculum and Standards Authority has ranked St Norbert College in the State’s Top 30 school placings in the annual Year 12 League Tables. The College is proud to have been ranked 29th out of the 150 schools listed, based on the median ATAR scores for 2019. In a list of the Top…

Read More
Important dates in 2020

Important dates in 2020

December 17, 2019

St Norbert College has farewelled all students from the 2019 school year. We wish all the St Norbert College community a safe, restful and enjoyable summer break. Looking ahead, here are some important dates to pencil into your new diary for 2020.  

Read More
Premier's Anzac tour award

Premier’s Anzac tour award

November 14, 2019

YEAR 8 St Norbert College student Isabella Hulm has been selected to represent WA in an extraordinary trip to Darwin and Singapore for the 2020 Premier’s Anzac Student Tour. The only student from a WA Catholic school awarded the honour, Isabella will be a State ambassador at the commemorations for the 78th anniversary of the…

Read More
Indonesian Immersion 2019

Indonesian Immersion 2019

November 14, 2019

ST Norbert College’s first international immersion to Indonesia was a life-changing experience of selfless deeds for the 11 students who took part. Armed with 230kg of donations collected at the College throughout the year, the 11 students and five teachers immersed themselves into a side of Bali most West Australians don’t see. Venturing beyond the…

Read More