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Believe, strive, succeed

URGING all students to ‘believe, strive and succeed’, Casimir Catholic College is a dynamic and innovative learning community.
“Our mission is to strive to live Gospel truths and values and to develop a caring learning community which fosters the growth of the whole being of each girl and boy – providing a range of pathways to life-long learning through and beyond academic excellence,” a spokesperson said.
“We enjoy classroom facilities that enhance the learning experience, encourage differentiation and promote individual resourcefulness. Casimir is a place in which hospitality is valued and a warm welcome awaits.”
The spokesperson says staff connect pastoral care to learning very closely as students who feel safe at school, are inclined to learn more successfully and take greater advantage of school life and its many benefits.
The College is hosting an Open Day on Friday, February 28, 3pm-7pm.
“We invite you to take a tour and meet the students and teachers as well as new College Principal Carmelina Eussen and hear about our Newman Selective class program, Japanese Centre of Excellence and many other initiatives on offer,” the spokesperson added.
“View our state-of-the-art facilities and meet the exceptional staff and current students.”

Casimir Catholic College students set up for life

URGING all students to ‘believe, strive and succeed’, Casimir Catholic College is a dynamic and innovative learning community.
“Our mission is to strive to live Gospel truths and values and to develop a caring learning community which fosters the growth of the whole being of each girl and boy – providing a range of pathways to life-long learning through and beyond academic excellence,” a spokesperson said.
“We enjoy classroom facilities that enhance the learning experience, encourage differentiation and promote individual resourcefulness. Casimir is a place in which hospitality is valued and a warm welcome awaits.”
The spokesperson says staff connect pastoral care to learning very closely as students who feel safe at school, are inclined to learn more successfully and take greater advantage of school life and its many benefits.
The College is hosting an Open Day on Friday, February 28, 3pm-7pm.
“We invite you to take a tour and meet the students and teachers as well as new College Principal Carmelina Eussen and hear about our Newman Selective class program, Japanese Centre of Excellence and many other initiatives on offer,” the spokesperson added.
“View our state-of-the-art facilities and meet the exceptional staff and current students.”