Hello and welcome to the SFX Community.
We know the transition to high school (or a new school) can be nerve-racking for students and parents alike and please trust us when we say we will support you through this process—however long that settling-in period may be.
Year 7 in particular, is a time of transition and you will have lots of time to learn about the school and make new friends once the school year officially begins. We have put together resources to assist you in feeling at ease about the year ahead.
High school is a combination of highs and lows for everyone, just rest assured that we will celebrate your successes and help you grow from the lows.
We are very excited to meet you next year and cannot wait for your arrival at St Francis Xavier College.
Bring 2-3 exercise books, writing equipment, your recess and lunch.
You will be given a locker and a combination lock on your first day.
View the full list of what you will need for your classes after your first day.
Starting in 2023, Year 7 and Year 10 students will be part of the SFX BYOD Program.
For more information, visit our BYOD page.
Principal: Ms Sandra Darley
Assistant Principal Student Wellbeing: Martin Mullin
Year 7 Coordinator: Chris Beerworth
Year 7 Pastoral Advisor: Anna Vandenbrouke
Our preferred method of communication is email. Please ensure the email address that you give the College is one that you can access after hours so you can access information at all times.
If you need to contact someone at SFX, you can contact them through the Parent Portal or via email in the format: email@example.com
Direct general enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6258 1055
For attendance, report an absence:
Parents/carers who do not notify the school will receive an SMS throughout the day seeking information about the absence.
We have an active social media presence for the most up to date information. Follow our pages to see what goes on around the school.
School TV – wellbeing platform for parents and students
Information for parents for the transition to secondary education