House Structures

The College House system plays a significant role in the pastoral care of your child and provides another level of connection amongst students of all year levels.

Being a member of a House gives students a sense of belonging as they work together to foster a healthy team spirit, nurturing early leadership skills and developing strong, positive relationships with one another. House allocation takes place on a student's entry to the College and again for Year 7.

In the Junior School, students show their House colours in sporting carnivals. Junior School House Captains are elected from amongst the Year 6 cohort by the Years 4 to 6 students. There are four Houses in the Junior School: Moynihan, O'Dowling, O'Halloran and Treacey.

In the Senior School, each of the six Houses has a House Coordinator who works with House-based Homeroom staff and Student Captains so that all students enjoy the many different House activities. Students are offered an array of opportunities to showcase their talents in Performing Arts, Dance, Sport, Music, Choral Work and the Creative Arts.

Iona has six Houses:

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Each House has a House Coordinator who works with staff House leaders and Student Captains so that all students enjoy the many different House activities. Girls are offered an array of opportunities to showcase their talents in Performing Arts, Dance, Sport, Music, Choral Work and the Creative Arts.

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