As a nation, we are all living through unprecedented, uncertain and challenging times.

As a College Community, we have all shown true strength and patience by standing together  in our efforts to meet our online learning challenges.

We are thankful and proud of our hard working and dedicated teachers, parents and St Dominic’s College students.

While our students were transitioning to online learning, the College site became an education facility of a different kind. 

St Dominic’s College, in its capacity as a fully functioning College,  decided to give back to our community by reopening our doors in support of our tireless Paramedics.

From 13 April to 8 May, St Dominic’s College played host to Ambulance NSW as a training site for an additional and much needed 176 trainee Paramedics.

In such isolating and devasting times, NSW Ambulance provides essential health services to the people of NSW, relieving suffering through out-of-hospital care.

We would like to thank Ms Jacquie Powell, Mrs Jennifer Walsh, Mr Jonathan Fox ( CrossPoint), Mr Ben Powell and Miss Jamie Merriment for your hard work and support of Ambulance NSW and the College throughout this period.

In the spirit of our College Theme, we are focussed on being Voices for a Better World and are proud that we are in a position to give back to our community in so many ways.