NOLE’S GIFT TO ST. SAVA COLLEGE

HOST YOUR OWN OZZIE OPEN BASH AND WIN!

NOVAK’S WINNING SHOES AND SHIRT were donated to Saint Sava College to be used towards our fund raising campaign. Over the past 12 months, an unbelievable $700,000 plus has been raised towards our goal of $1.3 million, needed to complete the building. Novak’s gift comes at a pivotal time, because St. Sava College is opening in January of 2021. That’s just over a year away! Let’s rally around our Serbian champion as he launches his bid for a momentous 8th Australian Open trophy, and let’s put his generous gift to work. Novak’s shoes and shirt are up for grabs! Here is how you can win your own Novak Djokovic trophies, and furthermore, how you can help to use Novak’s gift to raise funds for the completion of the College.

ABOUT US

Our vision is for an exemplary school, living according to Christian values, respecting Serbian tradition, encouraging progressive thinking, providing quality learning, preparing children for a full life.

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BUILDING PROJECT

Stage 1 of the project includes a 2,500 square metre building which houses four classrooms, an administration section, library, a small chapel, offices and a multipurpose area.

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CONTACT US

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RECENT NEWS

  • Are you interested? Yes it is official! By the Grace of God and thanks to the continued support of the community and the dedicated efforts of the College Committee, St.Sava College is opening in January of next year. At present we are in the process of completing our registration application....

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  • The emblematic icon of St.Sava College, which has been placed on the external wall of the chapel apse, is an imposing and welcoming feature at what is to become the main entry into St.Sava College. The icon will be built into a sandstone clad apse in due course, but because...

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  • On Saturday following Liturgy, guests were invited to view four exceptional exhibitions, which were presented in two of the future classrooms. In the first room, a series of wall mounted panels was presented, each one of them showing major milestones in the building of the College to date. From groundbreaking,...

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