Welcome to Genazzano FCJ College

Genazzano FCJ College is proud of its 128-year history, its past and present students, and its community. Together as educators and parents, we work to create a learning environment enriched by the traditions of the Catholic faith and the Ignatian heritage of the Sisters, Faithful Companions of Jesus.

We are a community of faith, inspiring a passion for life, a love of learning and the courage and confidence to lead and serve others.

Our vision encourages our students from ELC to VCE to approach life with optimism, to be creative learners looking for ways to contribute to society, and to be actively engaged with issues of social justice. Like a child’s imagination, learning should have no bounds. Our co-educational Early Learning Centre instils in the young girls and boys the joy of learning and discovery. Our girls-only environment from Prep to Year 12 enables each student to take intellectual risks and focus on achieving personal success across a wide range of subjects and pursuits which include a broad curriculum, quality religious education, diverse co-curricular activities and social justice programs.

Genazzano is not a selective entry school. The College celebrates difference and diversity, promotes inclusion and makes it a mission to provide every student with the chance to build upon their strengths, whatever their background.

Further, our exceptional facilities are surrounded by beautiful park-like gardens, which collectively work to immerse students in a unique and inspiring learning environment. Our students are located on a single campus which offers both Primary and Secondary students easy access to specialised facilities.

A day and boarding College, Genazzano aspires towards excellence as it strives to provide its students with the tools to reach their potential.

Principal's Welcome

Genazzano offers students a rounded education that prepares them to become resilient, adaptable and confident women.

This beautiful environment provides an abundance of spaces for students to explore and discover.