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|About||St Joseph’s School is a Catholic Co-educational School catering for over 650 students from 3 year old Kindy to Year 12 (ATAR & General). The school is situated on two campuses in the picturesque Avon Valley town of Northam, 80 minutes from Perth.|
St Joseph’s School is a Catholic Co-educational School catering for over 650 students from 3 year old Kindy to Year 12 (ATAR & General). The school is situated on two campuses in the picturesque Avon Valley town of Northam, 80 minutes from Perth. Boarding facilities are available at the Northam Residential College.
The School cherishes a family atmosphere and is committed to developing students to their full potential through the promotion of Christian values embedded in a rich and challenging learning environment.
Our Vision- Founded on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, and as witnessed by our founders, St Joseph’s School is a caring community committed to preparing all members to succeed through the promotion of Christian values from a Catholic tradition and the development of life-long learning skills.
The intent of this page is to provide a hub for responsible community engagement that celebrates the daily life of our school. We proactively support participation in social media to develop and grow digital citizenship throughout our community. To ensure that this page is an enjoyable place for all of our parents and community to visit and connect we ask that you respect our Facebook Page Guidelines which must be adhered to should you choose to participate.
• Facebook users who have 'Liked' our page are able to comment on the school's posts and events and on comments by other users. Users are not able to author a post of their own or load media such as video or photos
• We do not endorse children under the Facebook age threshold of 13 years creating their own Facebook accounts. We encourage parents to share our page with their children through their accounts and to use our Facebook page as a role model for communication through social media
• We encourage you to provide feedback and comments however we ask you be respectful and contribute in a positive and constructive manner. Should you wish to bring a concern to the school's attentio