St Edmund's College is a Year 7-12 co-educational special high school for teenagers with a wide range of disabilities including students with mild to moderate intellectual disability, autism and other sensory impairments. All students are catered for through an individual program that addresses academic, and personal and emotional wellbeing. The use of technology forms a significant part of the delivery of the educational programs at the College. In addition, there are many co-curricular opportunities such as dance, creative art, music and sport to ensure the school experience is both challenging and rich.
St Edmund's College is part of Edmund Rice Special Education Services (ERSES) which includes St Gabriel's, a leading Catholic Special Education K-12 School in Castle Hill, Sydney.
The Vision of ERSES is to enrich the hearts and minds of young people with special needs for active participation in their community.
Through quality Catholic Education in the Edmund Rice tradition, we transform the whole person through authentic relationships and innovative educational experiences.
The 2021 Annual Report and the Strategic Direction for the College are available for viewing by clicking on the links below.