Trinity Catholic College Goulburn is a secondary co-educational Catholic school located in the Southern Tablelands of NSW. The College draws on a long history of Catholic education in the Goulburn district and was formed by the amalgamation of St Patrick's College and Marian College. As the College motto Faith, Strength and Unity suggests, we strive to ensure that all our decisions, actions and relationships are guided by the teachings of Christ so that the College is a place of welcome, respect, kindness and compassion. We are committed to quality education aimed at drawing out the best in students and ensuring they are well equipped young men and women of conscience who are actively involved in their community. We offer a wide curriculum including VET Courses and School Based Apprenticeships along with a comprehensive co-curricular and sporting program. Students and staff are involved in community and social justice initiatives and we strive to promote a genuine sense of community and partnership between students, parents and school. Key to our beliefs about learning is that a school should provide a safe environment where students feel a sense of belonging. To this end the College has a strong emphasis on student wellbeing and has developed a model which consists of vertical, House based Home Rooms, a 7-12 Student Representative Council, and staff support roles, including an on-site counsellor, to assist students in their learning and in College life.
School financial information is derived from a number of sources including the College, System Authority and Community Council. Some adjustments to the source information are mandated to seek to achieve reasonable comparability across school sectors. 'Australian' and 'State/Territory' Recurrent funding includes general recurrent funding allocated to schools by the System Authority on the basis of relative need along with a range of targeted program funding. 'Fees, Charges and Parent Contributions includes school fees invoiced to parents, excursion fees and other receipts from students. 'Other Private Sources' may include contributions from external sources and net profit or loss from trading activities such as the Canteen and Uniform shop. 'Recurrent Income' includes an allocation on a proportional or per capita basis of income retained by the System Authority to meet its operating costs. Capital expenditure will vary from year to year.