Board of Management
The role of the Board of Management is to actively support Catholic Education as described in “The Code of Canon Law” and in the direction and guidelines by the Archbishop, by:
I. maintaining the Catholic nature of the College;
II. ensuring that the “Guidelines for Religious Education of Students in the Archdiocese of Melbourne” (1995) or other additional or revised guidelines directives are followed;
III. promoting the development of a Christian community within the College;
IV. sponsoring a comprehensive curriculum which underpins the specific Catholic ethos of the College;
V. becoming involved as appropriate in other Catholic adult education initiatives within the region.
The College Board also plays a pivotal role in the following areas:
- To establish, ratify and review regularly, the objectives of the College.
- To select and determine policies in consultation with appropriate parties which will assist the Canonical Administrators, Principal and staff in working towards these objectives.
- To ensure, on behalf of the College community, that the curriculum and educational standards are adequate to meet the needs of the students.
- To evaluate the effects of the Board’s decisions in achieving these objectives.
- To plan, implement and evaluate the financial and building programs necessary for the current and long-term effectiveness of the College in accordance with its responsibility to consult appropriately with various diocesan and civil authorities.
- To manage the College’s finances.
The Board consists of the College Principal as the Executive Officer, a Chairperson, a Canonical Administrator, Parent Representatives, Staff Representative and Student Representatives.