School Board

The role of the school board in Catholic schools in South Australia is to ensure that the school is providing the best possible education and learning environment for its students, as well as to set and monitor the school's goals and objectives. It is also responsible for providing financial oversight and direction, developing, and reviewing policy, and representing the school community.

The school board provides opportunities for parents to get involved in the school's activities and decision-making processes in a variety of ways:

  • The nomination of board members and the election of board chairs
  • Provide input into school policy
  • Volunteer in various committees to help in the development of the school
  • Participate in various activities and events held at the school, such as sports days, and other school functions
  • Become involved in fundraising activities for the school.