A St Leonard’s College education consists of the academic curriculum, the pastoral programs and the cocurriculum. Each of these is considered essential to enable a student to develop their ‘whole person’.
The cocurriculum will provide opportunities outside the academic classrooms for students to discover and/or develop skills, interests and talents that will sustain them for life. Relationships and connections between staff and students will develop over time through shared passions.
Through these connections our young people will gain a sense of their place in society and the contribution they can make. Links to the wider community will build these connections.
We also provide Outside School Hours Care to support the working parent. Dedicated St Leonard's College staff provide fun and engaging programs before, after school and during vacations for our McMillan House students. Older students can participate in camps and other outdoor education experiences during the term breaks.