Dear Parents, Students and Staff,
We are now approaching the end of Term Two which will conclude the First Semester of the school year. Following almost two years of disruption caused by Covid, we have been able to resume normal activities, including community gatherings and extra curricular activities, which are an integral component of developing the school community.
Our school is named after St Agnes because at the time of its foundation in 1962, the Fransciscan Missionaries of Mary Mother Superior General was named Mother St Agnes. Our role is to immerse our young people in the tradition of St Francis and St Agnes our patron Saint. St Agnes was a young girl who displayed courage and strength during fourth Century (CE) Rome and was put to death because she would not deny her faith in Christ. She is a saint to whom young people can pray for courage and strength in their efforts to live the Christian life.