MacKillop House

Why was our House named after Mary Mackillop?
Our House was named after Mary because like Australia's first Saint, we care for children and each other. “Never see a need without doing something about it” This is evident in our school motto ‘Love One Another’.
How can we emulate her?
We can emulate Mary by noticing when people are in need, thinking of others and contributing to various charities.


Prendiville House

Why was our House named after Archbishop Prendiville? 
Prendiville House is named after Archbishop Prendiville in recognition of his persistence to achieve his goals as a priest and his friendliness toward others. He was a good role model for us to follow.
How we can emulate him? 
We can emulate Archbishop Prendiville by never giving up when faced with a challenge, being friendly towards everyone and attending mass regularly. 


Vincent House

Why was Vincent chosen as our house name? 
Vincent is one of our house names because our school donates clothes to Mini Vinnies and hampers at Christmas time to needy families through the St Vincent de Paul Society. 
How can we emulate St Vincent de Paul? 
We can be like St Vincent de Paul by being compassionate to others and giving to those in need. 


Salvatorian House

Why was our House named after the Salvatorian Order? 
Our House is named after the Salvatorian priests because of their good doings and belief in God.  We acknowledge the work the Salvatorian priests have done for our Ocean Reef Parish Community. 
How we can emulate them? 
We try to follow the good example set by the Salvatorian priests in our everyday life by being true to who we are, trying our very best and offering help and assistance to those in need.