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The Roman Catholic order of the Sisters of St. Paul was founded in 1696 in the village of Levesville in northwest France, close to the historic town of Chartres where it is now based. Since that time, the Sisters have answered God's invitation to serve Him through their work in the community.

 
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Today, more than 4,000 Sisters worldwide bring their dedication and expertise to bear in a broad range of vocational activities that includes nursing, caring for the elderly, working with the deaf and, above all, providing education across five continents.

St. Paul's International College (SPIC) in Moss Vale is the only senior school established and supported by the Sisters in Australia.

The College crest bears the Latin motto omnibus omnia, meaning 'All to All'.

This phrase, taken from the First Letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians, emphasises the need for tolerance, openness, understanding and kindness towards one another, regardless of cultural, social, racial or religious differences.

The Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres aim to foster these qualities in the young men and women who attend St. Paul's International College.

To find our more visit the Sisters of St Paul de Chartres website.

St.Paul's International College

ST PAUL'S INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE
463 Argyle Street, Moss Vale
New South Wales, Australia 2577

CONTACT US
Ph: +61 2 4868 2211 fax: +61 2 4868 1610
info@spic.nsw.edu.au