For parents to be actively involved, they need up to have up-to-date information on their child’s schooling. SEQTA Engage provides this information with an easy-to-use interface that is web-based and available as an app on your iPhone or Android device.
Through the Engage Portal, parents are able to:
View student timetables.
View the pastoral care information.
See student attendance details.
View details of upcoming assessments.
View assessment results and comments at the same time as students.
View school documents and download copies of letters.
View unit outlines and programmes for Middle and Senior School courses.
For further assistance please contact the College ICT helpdesk on 08 9297 7600.
Parent Teacher Online
To access parent bookings for Learning Conversations, please use the link below. You would have received your username and password via email to access this site. If you having issues please contact the College office on 9297 7600.
College Café operates every day for breakfast, recess and lunch on a self-serve
basis with an affordable range of healthy food and drinks. Orders for lunches
are made before school. Daily specials and hot meals are also available.
and parents are welcome to purchase a barista-made coffee before school by our Hospitality
volunteer helpers are essential, and appreciated, to ensure the smooth
operation of the College Café. Please contact our Café Manager if you wish to
the QuickCliq system, students are able to pre-order items from the College
Café using their Transperth student travel card. View the QuickCliq flyer below
to see how to register for online ordering.
College has a lot of which to be proud and our uniform represents the unique
qualities and character of our heritage and Catholic education. The wearing of
the College uniform promotes a sense of identity and belonging in being a
member of the Holy Cross College community. Additionally, the uniform
encourages respect for oneself and for each person, as it removes many of the
peer pressures associated with fashionable dress and grooming styles.
businesses and organisations require employees to wear distinctive clothing and
stipulate policies on grooming and deportment. This can be simply to
distinguish the organisation from another, promote a particular image or
standard, or for protection to adhere to Occupational Health and Safety
enrolment, parents and students commit to adhering to the Standards of Uniform and Grooming Policy, which includes, among
other things, standards around jewellery and body piercings, make-up, hair
styles, shaving, tattoos, shoes and sportswear.
here for a copy of the Standards of Uniform and Grooming Policy at Holy Cross
We are proud to partner with Camp Australia to provide our outside school hours care program. To find out more about the program at our school, including hours of operation, fees and how to register please. Click Here