Key roles of the College include:
1. The Principal
2. The Deputy Principals: the College has two Deputy Principals.
The Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care) assumes responsibility for the wellbeing of the students in particular, and works closely with the House Coordinators and two College Social Workers.
The Deputy Principal (Learning and Teaching) assumes responsibility for the academic program that the College offers and works closely with the Teaching and Learning Leaders and the Year 7 Transition and Senior School Coordinators.
3. House Coordinators
House Coordinators arrange the activities of individual Houses and work closely with teachers and students within their respective Houses. They are available to both parents and students.
4. Teaching and Learning Leaders
Teaching and Learning Leaders coordinate the subject areas and work closely with the Deputy Principal Learning & Teaching.
5. Senior School Coordinator and TASC Liason Officer
The Senior Secondary Coordinator supports the Deputy Principal Learning & Teaching and has the specific care of Year 10 to 12 students as a focus. Tasmanian Assesment, Standards and Certification (TASC) Liaison is a key role.
6. Year 7 Transition Coordinator
The Year 7 Transitions Coordinator's role is focused on the smooth transition of students from primary to secondary school and has Years 7 to 9 as their focus.
This chart will help parents and students who are not sure of who to contact in certain situations. We hope this will benefit both families and the school in achieving easy, open and transparent communication.
The College has four Houses:
MacKillop takes its name from Saint Mary MacKillop, co-founder of the Sisters of St Joseph.
Lyons takes its name from Joseph Lyons, Australia's only Tasmanian Prime Minister, and his wife, Dame Enid Lyons, the first woman to be elected to the Australian House of Representatives and the first women appointed to the Federal Cabinet.
Dillon is named after Br Patrick Dillon, the first Principal of St Brendan's College.
Griffin takes its name from Fr Griffin, Parish Priest of Devonport in 1960, the year Catholic Education began on the current James Street site.