Since its establishment, the primary aim of Sule College has been to provide a platform that would help students to realise their potential and become the leaders of tomorrow. We have established this platform on the pillars of love, tolerance and understanding, our mission being to create a world with no room for the fear of the unknown, misconceptions or misunderstandings. If we can equip our students with such values through education and the enlightenment of hearts and minds, we would then fulfil our responsibility to new generations and contribute to the future of Australia.
At Sule College, we have developed a school environment that is conducive to learning in all aspects of life. The diligent and compassionate nature of the staff has largely contributed to the academic excellence of our students within a very short time period. A diverse and challenging curriculum that meets the needs, interests and abilities of the students has further enhanced our students’ learning. We have been awarded the title of ‘Top School in Maths’ in 2009, achieved 2nd, 3rd and 4th places in Languages, and obtained similar achievements in Social Sciences such as Business Studies.
However, academic excellence has not been the only focus of Sule College. We understand the importance of balance, and thus encourage our students to take part in various extra-curricular activities. Our dedicated staff have worked closely with students to reach their potential in the areas of sport, music and art. Our students have been involved in the Churchill Cup Debating Competition, state chess competitions as well as soccer and taekwondo tournaments. We have a NSW Championship in Under 14’s and received five gold medals in various weight ranges for national Taekwondo.
In helping our students to become valuable and active participants of the community, we also pay special attention to student welfare. Through personal and small group activities, we improve the moral and social responsibility of our students and help them develop self-confidence and an appreciation of identity. We also have strong communication with parents to optimise student learning. Having close ties with parents and locals also allows us to be very vibrant and active within the community. We have been involved in many local and international fundraising programs such as the Queensland Flood Appeal, Victorian Bush Fire Appeal and Somalia Appeal. We believe that these activities will be stepping stones in fostering future generations who are academically competent and ethically sound.