St Joseph’s PresentationWINNER: St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace
The Australian Performing Arts Teachers Association invites you to take a look at why St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace, QLD took the APATA National Performing Arts School of the Year Award.
Cultural Director Matt Cocking and his teaching team create amazing opportunities for their young men, enabling them to grow and transform through creative arts learning.
Well done Terrace!
APATA Theme by Steve Toulmin
Congratulations St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace.
Winner of the 2023 APATA National Performing Arts School of the Year!
From musical theatre showcases, bands, ensembles, orchestras and choirs, the framework of choice available for students is abundant and embraced by many.
St Joseph’s leadership team has designed a forward thinking, creative and considered program that is modern and appealing for their students and the school is committed to delivering experiences that help young men to become the best allrounders they can be. This includes an environment of musical inclusiveness.
The College also has an extensive theatre program which allows students to experience live musical theatre. Inclusive culture sits at the heart of the College’s achievements where music is celebrated every-day in every-way such as Fanfare Trumpets playing for the entry of Presentation Assemblies, Pep Band playing at Football rounds, Sousaphone Army playing at Basketball rounds while the Drumline performs at Rugby rounds and all spirit tunnels including welcoming a Year 5 on their first day at Terrace and bidding farewell to the Year 12 students on their final journey out of the College.