Hospitality students at St Philip’s Christian College Newcastle will soon have the opportunity to complete industry-recognised qualifications in a new Hospitality Centre.
With rapid growth and the expansion to five campuses, St Philip’s Christian College recently recognised they had fast reached a point of needing to upgrade and expand their school administration system.
2013 will see further opportunities for students who have difficulty coping with mainstream school life and culture.
On the 9th and 10th of July employees of the St Philip’s organisation assembled in Newcastle’s theatre for the 7th annual staff conference, ‘Being True to Our Purpose’.
The Young Parents Program in Wyong is set to make the move to its new premises in the coming months.
In this age of globalisation the world is becoming more interdependent and connected everyday.
Port Stephens Founding Principal Honoured