Ensure students best they can be
THOROUGHLY engaging and educating tomorrow’s generation, Bethlehem College Ashfield empowers students to become independent, creative thinkers and confident young women ready to take their place in the world.
Founded by the Sisters of Charity in 1881, the school’s rich heritage ensures a commitment to excellence while still building on tradition.
Part of a system of over 150 low-fee Catholic schools in the Sydney Archdiocese, the college aims to ignite a love of Christ, inspire a love of learning in the Catholic tradition and support students to reach their full potential.
The expertise of teaching staff coupled with the nurturing of authentic and caring relationships between students and their teachers, ensures that every Bethlehem girl can be the best that she can be.
The commitment to each girl’s learning extends beyond the academic.
At Bethlehem, students are enlivened by a strong commitment to social justice, a genuine respect for others and their world, and by an awareness that their potential lies within.
Principal Paula Bounds said: “As an experienced and highly motivated principal, I work closely with our teachers to support the academic, spiritual and personal growth of our young women so that they can become strong, confident, faith filled graduates who will make a difference to the world.”
With Bethlehem’s Open Day fast approaching, prospective parents, students and members of the community are invited to get to know the school (18 Bland Street, Ashfield) at a series of tours and talks on Wednesday, March 4, 3-7pm.
For further info, call 9798 9099.