All Saints Catholic Senior College

All Saints Catholic Senior College

All Saints Catholic Senior College, is a co-educational secondary school located at Casula, New South Wales, Australia. The school was founded in 1987.

The school is an extension of All Saints Primary, All Saints Boys College and All Saints Girls College which are located in the Liverpool CBD. All Saints Catholic Senior College caters only to Higher School Certificate students, Year 11 and 12 are the only grades taught at the school. The College motto is "Striving for Excellence".

Construction began in January 2007 on a multipurpose room and five additional classrooms to meet increasing enrollment needs and an expected expansion of the school curriculum. The multipurpose room was in part meant to allow for school assemblies and other large meetings indoors (the school had been holding those events in a covered, outdoor basketball court). [ [] "All Saints Catholic Senior College Casula Annual Report to the Community 2006", page 5, accessed September 25, 2007]

In 2003, All Saints student Lorena Ghignone became the first student in three years to score above 90 in the Higher School Certificate test for Standard English (three years before, the test had been revised). [ [] Doherty, Linda, "Spared the Bard, the marks go wild", article in "The Sydney Morning Herald", December 19, 2003, accessed September 25, 2007]

On Saturday, November 1, 2003 (All Saints Day, ironically), a fire destroyed the main office and all staff rooms of the school. Five vehicles responded to the 1:30 a.m. report. Firefighters battled the flames for more than an hour. ["School Damaged", report in "The Sunday Telegraph" of Sydney, New South Wales, November 2, 2003, accessed September 25, 2007]


External links

* [ School Web site]

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