Looking beyond our own needs to support the wellbeing of people everywhere is inherent to our guiding Dominican values. We want to send tolerant, compassionate, and proactive young women out into the world – women who aren’t satisfied to turn a blind eye to those in need, with strong intercultural awareness, a deep reverence for the plight of others and a broad perspective on their place in the world. 

Opportunities to Serve

Our girls are given plenty of opportunities to act in service throughout the year, including:

  • At our Gala Day, a fundraising carnival where 100% of the funds raised go to student-elected charities
  • With our Think Pink initiative, which encourages students to wear pink accessories on their uniform during a designated day in October, raising awareness for breast cancer and funds for the Cancer Council
  • Through our connections with Calvary Hospital, Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Helping Hand Aged Care.

In 2012 St Dominic’s Priory College was awarded the National Anti-poverty Award in recognition of the significant impact our staff and students have made in the lives of disadvantaged people across India and Australia.

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