History of the Houses
PATRON: Rt Rev George Browning (Bishop of Canberra and Goulburn)
HOUSE DAY: 24 March
MOTTO: Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. (1 Thes 5:21)
SPORTS CALL: Endeavour, Encourage, Excel
CHARITY: Barbara May Foundation
The House is named after Bishop Browning who was the Bishop of Canberra-Goulburn at the time the College was founded.
PATRONS: Mr Brian and Mrs Margaret Burton
HOUSE DAY: 17 August
MOTTO: In domino confide (In God I trust)
SPORTS CALL: Inspire, Unite, Exceed
The House is named after the late Mr Brian Burton and Mrs Margaret Burton. Mr Burton and his wife Margaret were staunch supporters of the College from its beginning and particularly assisted with the establishment of the grounds.
PATRONS: Rev David and Dr Barbara Hill
HOUSE DAY: 16 September
MOTTO: To strive, to seek and not to yield.
SPORTS CALL: Pride, Perform, Prosper
CHARITY: Cancer Council
Rev Hill was appointed Rector of the Anglican Parish of Moruya in 1995. Rev and Dr Hill were part of the first discussion, with Bishop Browning, on the development of an Anglican School on the coast.
PATRON: Miss Faye Roxburgh
HOUSE DAY: 29 April
MOTTO: Do unto others as you would have done to you. (Luke 6:31)
SPORTS CALL: Strive, Support, Succeed
CHARITY: Snowy Hydro Rescue
The House was named after Miss Faye Roxburgh who was Minute Secretary (from 1998-2005) to the original Council of the College. She hopes that the children, having the privilege of attending the College, will appreciate their good fortune.