Saint Andrew’s Catholic Primary School Celebrates their 20 Year Anniversary

30 March 2017

St Andrew’s Catholic Primary School celebrates 20 Years. Photo courtesy of Corinne Rath of MSP Photography.

 

This year, St Andrew’s Catholic Primary School in Clarkson will be celebrating 20 years since the school first opened its doors in 1997.

The St Andrew’s Catholic Primary school community has grown significantly since their humble beginnings in 1997, with only junior primary classes, a few staff members, and a small number of families. The school is now a vibrant and active double stream primary school, with 16 classrooms and several specialist areas.

In more recent years, a community hall was added to the school facilities, along with two new classrooms to provide greater learning space in junior primary. The school is designed with predominantly rammed earth buildings and well-established grounds, including a section of natural bushland.

To mark this significant anniversary, the school community invites former students, parents and staff to join them in their Saint Andrew’s Catholic Primary School community 20th Anniversary Mass, at 8:45am on Wednesday, 20th September.

All past and present members of the St Andrew’s School community are welcome to attend. Please call the school office to RSVP on 9407 8000.

Read more about St Andrew’s Catholic Primary school on the school website.

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