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We, the Our Lady of Sion College community, acknowledge that we stand on what was, is and always will be Aboriginal land.
We pay our respects to the Wurundjeri people, their Elders past and present and emerging and commit ourselves to be concerned always for justice, truth, reconciliation and peace for all people.

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Our College

Our Facilities

College Chapel

Our College Chapel forms the spiritual heart of our College and is open throughout each day for any student or staff member to use as a place for quiet prayer and reflection.

Notre Dame Centre

In 2017 the Notre Dame Centre was formally blessed and opened. The Centre is provided for our senior students and comprises 16 learning areas, private study space and staff offices. The flexible learning spaces suit a diversity of both formal and informal uses, and offer a sophisticated environment for our senior students to complete their secondary education and feel supported in the transition to tertiary study.

Emmanuel Learning Centre

The Emmanuel Learning Centre provides our Year 7 and 8 students with a wonderful central setting to begin their journey with us. Combining flexible spaces and an abundance of natural light, the facilities provide a welcoming environment for students to settle in and thrive at Our Lady of Sion College.

Learning Resource Centre

The Learning Resource Centre provides a welcoming, safe and comfortable environment for students. Readers are encouraged, inspired and nurtured to explore new worlds. Students are guided to become independent learners and to prepare for the future. The LRC has a valuable collection of resources to support all members of the College.

Miriam Performing Arts Centre

Our state-of-the-art Miriam Theatre is the cultural heart of Our Lady of Sion, offering students a platform on which to build their confidence. With a seating capacity of 350 and a range of opportunities available to students including junior and senior plays, collaborative musical productions and comprehensive music and drama pathways, students are supported to find their inner voices.

Louise Humann Centre and Oval

The Louise Humann Centre provides a flexible space for Health and Physical Education Classes, as well as extra-curricular sports and whole-school assemblies and liturgies.

Dot’s Café and Piazza

Named after Sister Dorothy, and standing on the ground where her office once stood, Dot’s Café provides students with nourishment while the adjacent Piazza offers students a bright and welcoming environment to share meals with their peers during breaks.