EXPLORE DAMASCUS COLLEGE
5 Our Principal’s Welcome & Commitment to You
7 Our Damascus Story
9 Our Catholic Vision & Values
11 Our Learning & Teaching
13 Our Wellbeing & Pastoral Care
15 Our Community
17 Our Learning Spaces
21 Our Extra-curricular Opportunities
23 Our Environment & Commitment to Sustainability
25 Our Camps, Retreats & Overseas Opportunities
27 Our Transition Program
29 Our Alumni
OUR PRINCIPAL’S WELCOME
& COMMITMENT TO YOU
Welcome and thank you for taking
the time to learn more about the
Damascus College community.
Damascus College is a Christ centred
co-educational Catholic secondary
school, where all within the College
work hard to build an educational
environment that allows young
people to flourish and be their best.
Damascus College is founded in the
values and commitment of the Sisters
of Mercy and the Parish Priests
of Greater Ballarat.
In exploring a Damascus education, it is important to us
to create an environment where the school operates in
collaboration with the family to enable young people to
Strategically and structurally, Damascus College
endeavours to create an environment that builds up;
•Faith and Catholic identity,
•Learning and academic growth
•Physical, mental and social wellbeing, and
•Community and global citizenship
Quality teaching, staff and student leadership along with
targeted resourcing are the enablers to providing the
quality learning environment for which Damascus has
Underpinning the Damascus educational experience is
the Teacher Advisor program, this program is informed by
a Canadian model but adapted for regional Australia.
The Damascus Teacher Advisor program strives to build
rapport between the school, the student and the family
when secondary education is often a time when this
partnership can diminish. Our intent is to provide the
needed support to enable young people to be their best
and to grow into early adulthood in a safe and supportive
environment. The strategic pillars outlined above underpin
It is well recognised that when students build engagement
with their school they feel more connected and able
to work through the challenges that adolescence can
present. Damascus works hard to provide an engaging
learning experience along with a diverse range of
learning and co-curricular activities. We aim to find points
of connection for students to strengthen their enthusiasm
for the school experience. We are confident that we offer
a broad range of opportunities that are appealing to most
Damascus College is set in a magnificent setting,
with a team of committed, faith based educators and
paraprofessionals - all committed to the best outcomes for
young people. We are honoured to offer the opportunity
for brothers and sisters to be educated together in a
Catholic secondary setting. I encourage you to learn
more about Damascus College as a school to enable
young people to be their best!
OUR DAMASCUS STORY
Damascus College is a dynamic
Christ-centred learning community that
values each member, and is committed
to inspiring and challenging students
to reach their potential and contribute
confidently to the global community.
At Damascus College, we value:
•Our founding traditions and Mercy heritage
•Quality learning environments enabling student
success and wellbeing
•A community of compassion, justice, pastoral care and
responsible stewardship of our environment
•Partnerships with the wider Catholic Church, local
Ballarat community and other education providers
Our Damascus Values:
Damascus College was established in 1995 by the
amalgamation of Sacred Heart College, St Paul’s
Technical College and St Martin’s in the Pines. Sacred
Heart College was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in
1881 and was established in Ballarat East for students
from Preparatory to Year 12.
St Martin’s in the Pines was established in 1967 by the
Sisters of Mercy; it formed the Sacred Heart Senior
College for Years 11 and 12 girls, and in 1988 became
co-educational, with boys mainly from St Paul’s Technical
St Paul’s Technical College was founded in 1948 by the
Bishop of Ballarat, James O’Collins, and was administered
by the Christian Brothers.
Damascus College is jointly sponsored by the Institute of
Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea and
the Parish Priests of Greater Ballarat.
In 1960 Miss Alice Fanning, who was cared for by the
Sisters of Mercy for several years, bequeathed her
property in Mount Clear to the Sisters on her death in
February 1960, on the proviso that a hospital or school
was built on the land. In 1964 it was decided to develop
the site for the senior school of Sacred Heart College,
and the foundation stone was laid in 1966. In 1967, a
separate campus for Years 11 and 12 girls was developed
at Mount Clear to form the Sacred Heart Senior College,
St Martin’s in the Pines.
Based on the philosophies of the founders, the colleges
offered a broad faith-based education for boys and
girls to prepare them for future life choices. Sacred Heart
College offered a comprehensive education for girls
from Years 7 to 10. St Paul’s College emphasised the
development of technical skills within a comprehensive
Years 7 to 10 curriculum for boys. St Martin’s in the Pines
continued this broad education for Years 11 and 12 in an
atmosphere and an environment appropriate to students
about to complete their secondary education.
Damascus College commenced operation on two
campuses, and the decision to work towards
amalgamating the Victoria Street campus and the
Mount Clear campus onto one site at Mount Clear was
announced by the Governors in 2005. The Victoria Street
campus was closed in December 2010 and the College
operated as one campus for the first time at Mount Clear
in 2011. The Mount Clear site provides an inspirational
natural environment in a rapidly developing area of
Ballarat. It is an ideal site for a modern and integrated
Year 7–12 campus.
Damascus College continues in the tradition of the
foundation colleges identity now and into the future.
OUR CATHOLIC VISION & VALUES
Damascus College has a shared
vision and values inspired by our
Gospel and Damascus College
traditions, and there are many
opportunities to explore one’s
faith, whatever that may be.
We are all called to leadership in faith, to spiritual
awareness, to communal prayer and worship, and to
witness Gospel values in our lives. Mindful of our place
in the global ecological community, we remain committed
to social justice and standing in solidarity with the poor of
Religious Education underpins and informs all aspects of
learning and teaching and is a compulsory part of the
curriculum across all year levels. The Religious Education
program allows students to explore their own spirituality
and identity within the rich context of the Catholic faith
tradition and, at the same time, provides the opportunity to
learn about other world religions.
The Religious Education program also includes retreats and
reflection days at each year level, which are conducted
at venues external to the College. This program provides
students with an opportunity for personal reflection in a
setting beyond the day-to-day of College life. These
times form an integral part of the experience at Damascus
College and are highly valued by the students.
Social justice is also an integral aspect of our Catholic
heritage and students actively participate in awareness
and fundraising activities, making a difference in our
The College’s Justice Action Group (JAG) assists with the
coordination of activities such as the St Vincent de Paul
Winter and Christmas appeals, Project Compassion,
fundraising events for Catholic Mission and general
awareness-raising around the College.
When students reach Year 10, they are introduced to
the Christian Personal Development Award (CPDA),
a program which brings together the many personal
development opportunities available to students and
reinforces the need to be proactive about personal
development in the senior years of College life. Students
achieve this award based on four categories: Action for
Mercy and Justice/Community Service, Physical Pursuits,
Spiritual Development and Cultural Personal Development
Our Year 11 students also have the opportunity to
participate in the annual Timor-Leste Immersion Program,
spending time at the College’s sister school in Timor-
Leste and raising much-needed funds for our Timorese
neighbours, who have become friends. Students apply to
be part of the immersion experience during Year 10 and
successful applicants commit to a twelve-month program
of awareness and fund raising.
At Damascus College, we
understand that each student has
individual learning needs and we aim
to provide classroom activities which
differentiate for the abilities and
learning styles of our students.
We encourage young people to
think, to analyse and to reflect. Rather
than teaching them what to think, we
teach them how to become flexible,
creative, analytical thinkers.
Our most pivotal goal is for students
to reach their full physical and
spiritual potential and we do this by
providing them with the tools and
support they need to achieve
Students are equipped with
quality educational technologies
to support and enhance the
Our diverse curriculum prepare students for various postsecondary
pathways, providing young people with a
solid foundation on which to build their lives. This is done
by providing a high-quality, well-rounded education
that focuses on the development of the whole person.
Commencing in Year 7, the academic program exposes
students to a breadth of subject matter. In the junior
years, students will study Religious Education, English,
Mathematics, Humanities, Health and Physical Education,
Science and a Language (French or Indonesian) for the
entire school year.
The ESTEEM program has been established to provide
a challenging learning environment that not only covers
the essential components of scientific, mathematical and
technological knowledge but also importantly provides
context for students to apply their skills in a number of
project/scenario-based learning activities. These contexts
are critical to the development of Higher Order Thinking
Skills i.e. transfer of learning (not only to remember, but
also to make sense of and be able to use what they have
learned in new situations) problem solving and critical
thinking skills, which are critical requirements for VCE and
21st Century careers.
They will also undertake a semester length course in each
of the junior years of Food Technology, Textiles, Wood,
Metal, Art, Visual Communication, Drama and Music.
Damascus College offers enrichment and recovery
programs in English and Mathematics for those students
who require academic extension or support. The College
also has an after-school tutoring program.
In Years 9 and 10, students continue to study the core
subjects of Religious Education, English, Mathematics,
Humanities, Science, and Health and Physical Education,
however, they are also offered a range of pathway
choices. These choices can vary from year to year but
generally include such things as specialised Physical
Education or Science courses, Food Technology,
Textiles, Wood, Photography, Metal, Electronics, Energy
Breakthrough, Art, Media, Visual Communication,
Drama, Music, Horticulture and Languages (French or
Indonesian). In addition, students have the opportunity
to enrol in vocational courses that link to and enhance
Year 11 and 12 students can choose to complete the
Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), the Victorian
Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), Vocational
Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) courses,
school-based apprenticeships or traineeships and retail
traineeships. Students can also, and in some cases must,
combine these options.
The VCE is the most commonly studied secondary
educational certificate in Victoria. Students can begin
the VCE in Year 10 but it is predominantly completed in
Years 11 and 12. Student performance within the VCE is
the foundation of the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank
(ATAR), which is used to determine offers of placement at
VCAL is a hands-on course designed to develop skills
in preparation for further training and/or employment.
Students undertaking VCAL must also undertake a VETiS
course. VETiS courses can also be undertaken as part
of the VCE and involve both training and workplace
experiences. Damascus College is part of a VETiS cluster
of schools, which enables students to participate in a
diverse range of industry-specific programs.
Damascus College offers its students a contemporary,
progressive and innovative education—one where
leadership, collaboration, creativity, resilience and
technological know-how are at the forefront of our
learning and teaching practices.
Further details about the College’s academic program
can be found on the Damascus College website.
& PASTORAL CARE
The pastoral care and student
wellbeing program at Damascus
College is integral in supporting
students to become their best.
Through the provision of structures
whereby students feel supported,
guided and empowered,
they are able to move through their
education with a strong sense of
being nurtured yet independent.
At the foundation of student achievement is a sound
pastoral care and wellbeing framework that ensures
all students are adequately monitored, mentored,
encouraged and assisted when required. Damascus
College has created a pastoral care program which
allows each student and their parents or guardians to feel
well-supported throughout their time at the College.
The House structure at Damascus College is the foundation
of the College’s pastoral care and wellbeing program.
Students are assigned to one of four Houses, with each
House name reflecting important facets of the school’s
history. All students and staff members belong to a house,
with siblings belonging to the same House.
Each House at Damascus College has staff members
appointed as House Leader and Assistant House Leader.
These staff members not only promote the House team
spirit and coordinate student participation in inter-House
sporting competitions, but they also play a key role in
student wellbeing. House Leaders work with students,
parents and other staff members when matters arise
relating to academic progress, pastoral care or discipline.
Within Houses each Teacher Advisor (TA) group is made
up of approximately eighteen students from Years 7 to 12.
Students remain in the same TA group for their six years at
Damascus and where possible, the Teacher Advisor will
also remain with the same group of students.
This structure creates the opportunity for strong relationships
to form between students, their peers in other year levels
and their Teacher Advisor.
The Teacher Advisor is also the main point of contact
between parents and the College. Parents are asked to
meet with Teacher Advisors regularly throughout the year
to discuss their student’s progress, achievement, wellbeing
and address any areas of concern.
At Damascus College, restorative justice is the foundation
of the disciplinary approach. Restorative justice is a
practice that emphasises repairing the harm caused by
one’s behaviour which is generally accomplished through
cooperative processes. It is a restorative method, rather
than a punitive one and allows young people to reflect
on their behaviour and learn from their mistakes in a
constructive way. The College’s approach to discipline is
aimed at reinforcing respectful relationships and modelling
restorative behaviour, and for Damascus College it is
founded in the spirit of reconciliation that comes out of our
Damascus College employs a Wellbeing support team
with Counsellors with whom students are able to make an
appointment during school time. The Counsellors provide
confidential support to students and families as required
and they also facilitate a series of wellbeing programs as
a proactive approach to mental health and wellbeing.
The Damascus College community is
a strong and vibrant one, where the
contribution of all is welcomed. We
value all members in an inclusive and
welcoming community and genuinely
nurture respectful relationships with
students, staff, parents and guardians.
Damascus College has a robust
governance structure that draws from
the parent and broader community
to ensure strategic alignment with the
College’s vision and values. Parental
support on Board Sub-Committees
is an important element of
Damascus College life.
Confident and clear communication processes are
important at Damascus College, as we believe in giving
voice to the wisdom of all within the community. There
are various forms of communication to parents and/or
guardians at Damascus, including emails, the College
weekly newsletter, SMS, website, publications, social
media, College app, phone, letters and face to face.
Damascus College often surveys parents and guardians
to gather input, opinions and insights within the Damascus
community. Active participation is encouraged in these
surveys to strengthen and develop the College by learning
from our community’s experiences and understandings.
Parents have access to the online Parent Access Module
(PAM) where they can login from anywhere to see how
their student is progressing with their schoolwork. It is an
innovative online tool for parents to feel connected and
informed in their students’ progress whilst at Damascus.
Our parents are actively engaged in College life and
contribute confidently to the growth of the College, our
students and the broader Damascus community. We
host numerous opportunities for parents and guardians
to attend College events such as the School Masses,
Awards Nights, the Academic Assembly, Damascus Day,
Mothers & Father’s Day Liturgies and Breakfasts, Annual
Guest Speaker events, Morning Tea’s and Information
Most importantly parents and/or guardians can support
their student in a range of extra-curricular activities
through volunteering at College events, camps, retreats,
the environmental green group, the Energy Breakthrough
events, the annual drama or music production, the rowing
program and other sporting events, including after school
Parents and guardians typically gain their greatest
connection to College life through supporting their students’
activities.As a community we have great commitment and
pride in contributing to our College, and we celebrate
diversity in a safe and supportive school.
We are confident of a bright future for all the young people
of Damascus College and we will continue to inspire our
Damascus community to become their best.
OUR LEARNING SPACES
Our students and staff enjoy modern facilities in an inspiring
50-acre bush setting, only 7km from the Ballarat CBD.
We are committed to providing a safe and sustainable
environment, cared for by all.
The Mercy Administration Wing, provides a focal point
for student and family support, finance, development,
leadership and governance.
Flexible learning spaces, including the following:
•Years 7 & 8 Catherine McAuley Wing, comprising
fourteen spacious, light-filled and modern classrooms
that allow for flexible learning and group activities.
•Years 9 & 10 Wing, comprising ten contemporary
classrooms with a layout aimed at stimulating
collaborative and flexible learning.
•Years 11 & 12 Sacred Heart Wing, a four-storey
building comprising eighteen classrooms, situated
adjacent to the open bushland with an inspiring view
over the western region of Ballarat.
•Our Lady of Mercy Chapel, provides an intimate
space for worship and is regularly used for Religious
Education classes, liturgy and prayer.
•St Martin’s Resource Centre, is a collaborative
learning and teaching space, situated in the heart
of the College, easily accessible to students before
and after school or during recess and lunchtime,
comprising a number of learning spaces, from open
areas for reading to smaller rooms for group work.
Students are also able to access counselling and
career services within the Resource Centre.
•Valda Ward Auditorium, a 150-seat performing arts
space, used for Drama classes, College productions
and other performance events (the College also has
another Drama classroom, two music rooms and
several private tuition rooms).
•Genevieve McDonald Science Wing, is a
collaborative learning and teaching space, boasting
six modern Science laboratories, facilitating general
and specialist science classes across all year levels.
OUR LEARNING SPACES
•St Paul’s Technology Wing:
> Two large food technology rooms with eight
> Woodwork rooms
> Electronics and Engineering room
> Metalwork rooms
> Photography space
> Arts, Studio Arts and Visual Communications spaces
> Textiles rooms
> Oval used as two soccer pitches, for AFL, or for the
> Four all-weather netball/tennis courts
> John Shannon Centre, an indoor gymnasium with
two full-size basketball courts
• Energy Breakthrough facility, used to design and
build energy-efficient vehicles
• Fully-equipped canteen
• Murnong Trail—an 800-metre biodiversity walking trail
• Commemorative Walk—a 240-metre bush walking
trail commemorating past students, staff and sponsors
of Damascus and our foundation colleges, culminating
in a sharing circle
• Vegetable garden for Horticulture classes
Damascus College offers an innovative and diverse extra-curricular program that
compliments the curriculum including:
• Performing Arts program—drama and music productions
• Instrumental music and voice
• Drama Club
• Rowing Program
•Social justice group - Justice Action Group (JAG)
• College Choir
• Debating and public speaking
• Leadership opportunities—SRC, Peer Mentoring Program, Digital Ambassador
Program and Wellbeing Group
• Book Club
• Chess Club
• Music lessons
• French & Indonesian language trips
• Timor-Leste Immersion Program
• Environment & Sustainability Group—The Green Group
• Energy Breakthrough Team—design and build energy efficient vehicles
• After-school sports—basketball, football, soccer, netball, cricket, tennis,
volleyball, badminton, mountain bike riding and golf
• Fundraising and social justice activities
• Visual Art exhibitions
• Interschool Sporting Association (Ballarat Associated Schools)
Damascus College resognises the
Wadawurrung peoples who have
stewarded this beautiful part of
Victoria for millenia. Our site allows the
opportunity for students to engage with
the rich traditions of our indigenous
brothers and sisters in caring for the site
and learning about indigenous culture.
As a Catholic college in the Mercy
tradition, we are called to hear
and respond to the cry of the earth.
Damascus College has an ongoing
commitment to teach and exemplify
environmental stewardship, and to
work towards a sustainable way
of life at the College.
This is displayed in a number of ways:
• Through teaching stewardship and practical
sustainability in subjects like Religious Education, Science
and Humanities, and in the teaching program of the
College’s Energy Breakthrough Team
• Through the intentional choice of energy-conserving
and sustainable measures in the resourcing of infrastructure
and materials such as paper
• Through the College’s commitment to the ResourceSmart
program, to which we signed up in 2012, which focuses
on sustainable development in four key areas: waste,
water, energy and biodiversity
• Through maintaining a Sustainability Coordinator
position within the College to lead Damascus on the
environmental stewardship journey
• Through the support of a student group - The Green
Group - who are committed to improving the College
environment and sustainability
• Through the College’s Christian Personal Development
Award (CPDA) which introduces students to volunteer
work, including working with local Landcare groups.
With regard to our environment, the College is blessed
with a large hilltop site overlooking southern Ballarat.
Close to the buildings are extensive plantings of native
vegetation, while beyond them the hillsides are covered
in indigenous forest. Part of this forest is an area of rich
biodiversity, which is now protected under the “Land for
Wildlife” program. In 2015 the College developed the
Murnong Trail, which draws attention to the richness of the
flora and fauna.
Its name celebrates an indigenous species, the Yam Daisy
or Murnong, which was a significant part of Aboriginal
agriculture. Many schools have worked hard to create
areas of natural beauty within their premises—we have it
here already, and simply have to preserve it.
Our students and staff enjoy our campus being set on
an inspiring 50 acres, allowing most classrooms to have
a beautiful vista of the surrounding bushland. Damascus
College is situated only 7km from the Ballarat CBD and
we are committed to providing a safe and sustainable
environment, cared for by all.
RETREATS & OVERSEAS
Camps and Retreats
are a key dimension of
the learning program at
Damascus College. They are
designed to progressively
grow students ability to
engage with their peers, staff
and faith journey in holistic
life giving ways.
Students at Damascus College participate in College
camps in Years 7, 8 and 9 and retreats in Years 10, 11
These camps, retreats and reflection days are inclusive
activities within the annual tuition fee.
Year 7 Camp - early in Term 1, an overnight camp is
structured in house groups of approximately 50 students.
The focus is on developing relationships with staff and
fellow students, and extending personal skills while
exploring personal values. A great way for students to
make new friends.
Year 8 Camp - a two-night camp structured in core class
groups which develops and strengthens friendships, aimed
at building skills and confidence in outdoor education,
such as water activities, pitching a tent and preparing a
Year 9 Camp - a four-night outdoor education experience
involving camping, trekking, bike riding and canoeing.
The focus is on teamwork, facing challenges outside
one’s comfort zone and building resilience. This camp is a
challenging but rewarding experience, allowing students
to build confidence and develop practical bush survival
skills in the company of friends and supportive qualified
Year 10 to 12 retreats - an overnight experience (2 nights in
Year 12) that enhances students’ Christian understandings,
and allows them to further explore the themes of social
justice, mercy and Christian spirituality.
Reflection days - students in Years 7 to 9 take time out
for personal reflection in a setting outside the day-to-day
of College life. Each reflection day explores a different
theme relating to our Catholic faith tradition.
These opportunities are optional experiences outside the
Ski trip - organised over an extended weekend period
and available to Years 9 to 12 students. This provides a
wonderful opportunity for students to experience the snow
and try a new sport.
Overseas trips - three opportunities available. Students
who study French or Indonesian in the senior year levels
can choose to participate in an overseas cultural and
language program to France or Indonesia. These are run
in alternate years.
Year 11 students have the unique opportunity to participate
in the Timor-Leste Immersion Program, where students visit
the College’s sister school in Ainaro, Timor-Leste. Students
participate in fundraising throughout the year to then
donate to the sister school and community of Ainaro.
All overseas opportunities provide students with valuable
insight into other cultures and also build on their foreign
OUR TRANSITION PROGRAM
The transition from primary
school to secondary school
can be daunting for many
young people and
At Damascus College we
aim to make this transition
as smooth as possible
by offering a number
of support structures for
Students from all Catholic primary schools in the Ballarat
Diocese are given the opportunity in Grade 5 to spend
one day undertaking classes at Damascus College. These
classes are specifically designed to introduce students to
the secondary school experience and, particularly, to the
In Term 4, the year prior to commencement (Grade 6) at
Damascus College, a visit is conducted or contact is made
with all primary schools of incoming students (Catholic,
Independent and Government). This contact is designed
to answer the students’ questions and dispel any fears
about the impending move to secondary school, as well
as to discuss the students’ needs, academic or otherwise,
with teaching staff.
A Testing Day is held in October of each year, the year
prior to commencement, for incoming Year 7 students.
Testing is undertaken to assist us in providing the best
educational and pastoral support for all students upon
entry to the College.
A full Orientation Day is held in December, the year prior
to commencement, which provides an opportunity for
students to get to know their new peers and teachers, and
to familiarise themselves with the College environment.
To assist students who move to Damascus from a primary
school with low enrolment numbers, and who are
unaccustomed to a large volume of peers, Damascus
offers an early transition day in addition to Orientation
Students attend Teacher Advisor meetings, which are held
in the days preceding the commencement of the school
year, to ensure they are comfortable and confident before
their first day.
Currently, the first day of school in Year 7 is attended by
Years 7 and 12 students only. This not only provides an
opportunity for peer mentoring, as our senior students
assist the Year 7 students in familiarising themselves with the
College, but it also enables the Year 7 students to settle
in to their environment before the remaining year levels
Students attend Year 7 Camp early in Term 1, which is
another important part of the College’s Transition Program.
Students attend the camp in their house group of 50
students, with the aim of developing relationships with
staff and students, extending skills and exploring personal
Year 7 students and families are invited to attend a BBQ
at the College in mid Term 1. This allows parents to meet
the teachers and new friends of their student in an informal
setting, and gives parents the chance to share the new
experience with their student.
Damascus College prides itself on its comprehensive
Transition Program, which provides one-on-one support for
students and their families as needed.
was formed through the
amalgamation of St Paul’s
Technical College, Sacred
Heart College and St
Martin’s in the Pines.
Past students and staff of these
foundation colleges and
Damascus form our alumni.
The purpose and aim of the Damascus College
Alumni group is to:
• Create ongoing links between the College and the
• Engage alumni through the provision of activities of
interest to members
• Actively seek to involve its alumni in the life of the
• Recognise its alumni for their contributions to the wider
community, the College and its students
• Provide a means for its alumni to provide support for
• Develop alumni connections to the Damascus College
Strategic Directions, the origins of the College and its
• Promote benefits of alumni membership to all current
As an alumnus, you can enjoy the opportunities available
to you to reconnect with the College, and past students
and staff, through:
• Alumni Facebook groups
• Invitations to special events
• The Alumni Artwork Project
• Participation at College events
For further information or to reconnect as a past student
or staff member, please go to the Damascus College
1412 Geelong Rd
Mount Clear, VIC 3350
Phone: (03) 5337 2222
Fax: (03) 5330 2366
The Damascus College website has a wealth of information for
prospective families and current and past students to access at any
time and from anywhere. Please visit damascus.vic.edu.au to obtain
the latest information on Damascus College including but not limited to:
curriculum overview, subject selection, wellbeing program, camps, tuition
fees, uniform, events, latest news, reunions, publications and much more.
Book a School Tour
We welcome you to experience and tour Damascus College
during school hours, as it allows you to immerse yourself in the
daily College atmosphere. Tours are held once a fortnight
on Thursdays at 9am. To register for a tour please email
firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the website and click on School Tour,
or phone the College on 03 5337 2222.