Our Lady of Sion College

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Our Lady of Sion College
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Location
Box Hill, Victoria
Australia Australia
Information
Type Catholic, Single-sex, Day
Motto Latin: Veritas in Caritate
(Truth in Love)
Denomination Roman Catholic
Established 1928
Principal Ms Tina Apostolopolous
Staff 100
Enrolment 3 (7-12)
Colour(s) Black, Cherry, White
Website

Our Lady of Sion College is a Catholic school for girls located in Box Hill, Melbourne, Australia.

The college educates around 751 girls from year 7 to VCE. The current principal is Tina Apostolopoulos.

The school is run by the RC Sisters of Sion, a religious order committed to improving Jewish-Christian relations.

School uniform[edit]

In 2002 the current black and cherry red school uniform was introduced to replace the previous pink, cherry and brown.

Houses[edit]

Our Lady of Sion has four houses, each named after a place where the Virgin Mary appeared. The houses and their colours are:[1]

  • Carmel (yellow)
  • Lourdes (blue)
  • Fatima (red)
  • Loreto (green)

Alumni[edit]

Tiffany Speight - Opera Singer

Jacinta Hamilton - Australian Basketball Player

References[edit]

  1. ^ Curriculum - Student Leadership, Our Lady of Sion College, 2009, retrieved 5 May 2011.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 37°49′05″S 145°07′48″E / 37.81806°S 145.13000°E / -37.81806; 145.13000