At Oakhill College, we inspire our students to aspire to greatness. Whatever your child’s interest or wherever their talents lie, there is an opportunity for them at Oakhill. Oakhill College was established in 1936 and is part of an extensive global network of De La Salle schools.
Our holistic approach supported by Catholic values and traditions prepares our students to serve and enrich a dynamic and ever-changing world. We focus on 21st-century learning outcomes, world’s best teaching practice, and expectations of excellence. As the largest Catholic school in NSW, we provide an exceptional range of curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities. Our students deserve an education that focuses on excellence, where they attain their potential and are prepared for life. We believe this education advances our students’ abilities to use their talents to critically examine the world in light of the message of the Gospels. They also take greater responsibility for their education.
Our Lasallian values are central to everything that we do. At our large campus, we aim to provide excellence in academic pursuits, faithbased learning opportunities that develop our students’ spiritual capacities, pastoral care, sport and a rich life beyond the classroom. We use the latest advancements in technology, consistently update our learning pedagogy, and our staff are committed life-long learners at the forefront of change. Students immerse themselves in a vast range of activities offered to help nurture the important values of resilience, loyalty, confidence, and pride.
Our programs offer considerable learning opportunities and stretch and enhance students moving them out of their comfort zone in a safe environment, and allowing them to find their place and strengths while remaining humble and building resilience. While our teaching is world’s best, we have ensured that our facilities reflect the demands that our students will face in careers that haven’t been established as yet.
Our Innovation Hub will be completed in early 2023. This state-of-the-art learning environment will provide spaces for hybrid workshops (timber, fabrication and robotics), computer and graphics workshops and science and laboratory spaces allowing students to become knowledge creators and thrive in a rapidly changing world.