Students in STEngineers have been busy at work this term, creating bridges for a hypothetical event in Perth.
Our Year 12 geographers returned from their annual trip to the Central Wheatbelt, visiting farms and the settlements of Cunderdin and Tammin.
Our 2023 Artist in Residence is portrait artist, Desiree Crossing. Desiree has been working with Visual Arts students for the past two weeks.
Introduced in 2023, the UniReady Enabling Program is an alternative entry to university pathway for our students, which is run in partnership with Curtin University.
Year 10 BrainSTEM students visited the Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research, as part of their study about Biotechnology and its role in medical research.
Why do some very bright children fail to be successful students? A good brain alone is not enough to achieve academic success. Here are 10 characteristics of successful students
Santa Maria College Alumni Marion Burchell shared her journey and life experiences at the 2018 Achievers’ Assembly where we celebrated the 2018 Academic Achievements of our graduating Class of 2018.
Confidence and competence are not the same thing. How do we teach our girls to trust their abilities and persevere in the male-dominated technology sector.
We usually think of role models as people who are perfectly behaved and have achieved excellence. Maybe, what our kids need more are role models who fail and then recover.