The College took its name from the famous early Australian explorer, John Oxley, and looks up to the hill named after him. His descendants gave permission for the family crest to be used as the basis of the College badge which incorporates their motto Patientia et Fortitudine—Patience and Fortitude and the College similarly adopted this as its motto.
At Oxley, our commitment to learning in breadth recognises that activities beyond the classroom are very much a part of our conscious programme of learning. Abundant opportunities exist for students to explore their gifts in cultural, sporting, community service and outdoor activities.
Interviews are currently taking place for Kindergarten, Year 3, Year 5 & Year 7, 2021 and beyond. Interviews for Year 7, 2021 are due to commence shortly. Please enquire for all year groups. Our next Oxley College open morning Friday, 6 March 2020. At the open morning, you are most welcome to join us to see the school on a normal working day. There are Q&A sessions with current students, tours of the classrooms and refreshments. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or register for the open day.
Mark the day on your calendar and visit our Pin Oak Twilight Market featuring regional makers, live music, wine, beer, and local food.
We hope you can join us for our annual Speech night on Thursday 5 December commencing at 6.30pm in the PC Centre. All students are expected to attend and all […]