The House System allows us to deliberately and effectively invest in the well-being and self-esteem of every student through building relationships and connections across the College. Every student and staff member at the College belongs to a House.

The program contains six smaller communities – Belfast, Childers, Flagstaff, Hopkins, Logans and Merri – with each House named after a significant local geographical area.

Every student is known in depth and encouraged along a positive path to achieve their potential. This system promotes a close partnership between student, family and school.

Belonging to a House builds student self-esteem and morale, fosters personal and community pride, drives the College culture and tradition and develops leadership capacity. We are committed to creating and maintaining supportive and safe learning environments.

Hopkins House is determined to continue to grow and learn together.

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Logans is an inclusive and welcoming house which prides itself on promoting positive relationships and high expectations.

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Where growth is nurtured, participation is encouraged, achievement is our vision, compassion is our strength and being awesome is what we do best!

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The mighty Merri spirit is a fighting force on the competitive field.

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Belfast fosters a positive and inclusive culture that encourages students to strive in academia, sport, music and leadership.

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Flagstaff's main focus is relationship building and connections.

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