• AFL Victoria

    AFL Victoria

    The AFL Herald Sun Shield Official Launch was held at the Richmond Football Club. Staff & Students from St James & St Francis Xavier attended the presentations by VFL Richmond coaching staff. SIS premier teams participated in the senior & intermediate, girls & boys competitions. Padua represented SIS in the intermediate girls & boys and the senior girls competition.  The senior boys team was represented by St Francis Xavier. Congratulations to all students that were selected for an opportunity to play at the AFL HSS level. We are so very proud of you - Thank you !
  • Art & Technology Exhibition

    Art & Technology Exhibition

    A highlight of the year, is the SIS Art & Technology Exhibition at Cube 37 Gallery, Frankston Arts Centre.  Textiles, Media, Paintings, Ceramics, Woodwork, Photography, Drawings are some of the forms on display.  The 2019 exhibition opens on Saturday, 9 November.
  • TheatreSports


    IMPROVISATION is FUN... 2019 Theatresports Champions... it is no easy feat to put yourself onto that stage with no idea what's going to happen - our student's do it and they do it with passion and humour! Congratulations to the senior Flinders-Tyabb team 'Outcasts through history' & the junior Flinders Tyabb team 'Fairytale Folks'.
  • Swimming Division B

    Swimming Division B

    Cornish College were the 2019 Division B Champions swimming ahead of the competition & winning by 151 points.  Congratulations to all students & we look forward to Cornish returning to the Division A competition in 2020.
  • VSAC


    SIS students proudly accepted the opportunity to represent SIS at this year's Victorian Sports Association Competition.  All 13 SIS schools were represented & the 56 students competed with great sportsmanship.  Tamara Taukiri received a 3rd place & broke 1 SIS record in U/13 backstroke.  Congratulations to all students.
  • Cross Country Champions - Division A

    Cross Country Champions - Division A

    Padua College continues it's run of 32 successive years as the champion school of SIS cross country.  Congratulations to the students & staff for your commitment to the SIS program.  We look forward to celebrating your continued success in the future.
  • Division B - Cross Country Champions

    Division B - Cross Country Champions

    St Peters College won the Division B Cross Country Carnival & we look forward to their return to Division A in 2020.  All students are to be commended for braving the wet & cold weather conditions.
  • SIS Teen Chef Champions

    SIS Teen Chef Champions

    Every year our talented student chefs plate up dishes that astonish our judges from the Australian Culinary Federation.  St John's College were the 2019 SIS Teen Chef Champions & we congratulate them for winning this prestigious event.
  • Performing Arts Concert after

    Performing Arts Concert after

    Congratulations to all students involved in the BIG Night Concert at the Drum Theatre on Tuesday, 26 March.  Another very successful evening of music and dance, our students were impressive with the  variety of items this year including - percussion ensemble, duets, stage bands, singing/dance ensembles, concert band, choir.
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In the news


Once again, Cube 37 gallery in Frankston played host to the SIS Art & Technology Exhibition in November.
Each school contributed a selection of their best works & the exhibition was not just impressive in the quality of work, but also the range of pieces on display.
The celebration night was hosted by St James College & is an opportunity to recognise the efforts of students along with the parents & teachers that support them in their creative endeavours.
Successful local artist, Ryan Pola treated us to some inspiring, thought provoking ideas & encouraged students to never give up on their dreams despite the obstacles they may face.
We are grateful to Zart Art for supporting our exhibition.



The final 4 novellas were:-
    The Stolen Crown - Balcombe
    One BIG Step - St Peters-Cranbourne
    Awaken - SFX-Officer
    The Emotional Bear - St James
And... the winners were... St Peters-Cranbourne

Further awards were presented as follows:-
  -  Best cover illustration: Padua-Mornington
  -  Best use of illustrations: Padua-Rosebud
  -  Most intriguing blurb: Nazareth
  -  Most memorable character: Casey
  -  Creative use of prompts: John Paul
  -  Moving passage of text: Cornish

Congratulations to all students that participated in the competition & thank you to Campion Books for your generous sponsorship.



A very skilled team of Y11 students from Balcombe Grammar have won their first SIS Lawn Bowls Tournament, held at the Carrum Bowling Club on 16 August.
After 3 preliminary rounds involving 20 teams, the top 4 schools were St Peters-Cranbourne, Casey, Berwick & Balcombe.
In the semi finals, Casey def St Peters-Cranbourne & Balcombe def Berwick.
The grand final was a battle between sister schools Balcombe & Casey... a friendly competition that we will remember.
Schools also played a 'Closest to the Jack' competition & this prize was won by Flinders-Tyabb student Josh VanDerHorst.
Thank you to all students for participating in this great game & to the many volunteers at Carrum Bowling Club who support us each year.

Good Luck to the students at Balcombe & Casey that will play in the Bowls Victoria Super Series competition on 6 September.


2019 Weekly Sport Fixtures

Please click here to download the complete weekly sport fixtures in pdf format.

Term 4 updates

- Jnr Boys Basketball, Pool B Nth

- Jnr Boys Basketball, Pool A