Principal: Karen Terry
Middle Years Associate Principal (Years 7-9): Jenny Heathcote
Senior Years Acting Principal (Years 10-12): Simon Braknys
Teaching & Learning Associate Principal: Anesti Anestis
Junior School Assistant Principal: Vittoria Saliba
Teaching & Learning Assistant Principal: Natalie Manser
Year 7 Manager: Lucy Lynch
Year 7 Manager: Maria Salvatore
Junior School Manager: Student Development & Support Programs: Alex Vecchio
Administration: Coral Ward
Year 8 Manager: Sue Goff
Year 8 Manager: Damien Quinn
Year 9 Manager: Stefanie Bear
Year 9 Manager: Scott McLean
Middle School Manager Specialist Support: Conor Anderson
Middle School Manager: Student Development Programs: Brittany Miller
Administration: Christine Simmons
Team Leader: Mahe Castles
Year 10 Manager: Shaun Doherty
Year 10 Manager: Laura Babbage
Year 11 Manager: Sue Bamford
Year 11 Manager: Sarah Blaney
Year 12 Manager: Katina Varvaris
Student Development Programs; VASS Enrolment & Subject Changes: Chris Hewitt
Wellbeing Manager - Senior Years: Travis Clark
Administration: Kay Banes
Study Centre Supervisor: Maryann Cooper
Our valued staff team is critical to the realisation of our vision to develop well-rounded global citizens, who are equipped to thrive and contribute positively in the digital age. Their outstanding professional, caring partnership with students and parents in the education of this generation of young people is more evidence of how excellence is expressed within our community.
We hire and train expert, dedicated and collaborative teaching and education support staff who are passionate about bringing out the best in each student.
Our students keep improving because our teachers keep improving. They are lifelong learners committed to delivering high impact, evidence based instructional practice and values education that sees students flourish now and in the future.
Our students and parents sing the praises of our teachers and support staff long and loud. Over and over again we hear the stories of how staff members have gone ‘above and beyond’ to meet the learning, social and wellbeing needs of individuals and families. This is a true reflection of the St Helena spirit; the culture of supportive, positive relationships that underpins the learning and wellbeing of all community members.
Read more about what our students and parents have to say under 'Testimonials'.