St Virgil's College Intranet is accessible by staff and students of St Virgil's College. You will require a user name and password to continue. If you need further assistance, please contact the College.
- Email - Direct link to Outlook Web App. Login using your email address and computer login password.
- Austins Ferry Library Resource Catalogue - https://library.stvirgils.tas.edu.au/#!dashboard
- Junior School Local Intranet - accessible only at the Junior School Campus.
Student Online Learning Resources
During the period of online learning necessitated by the COVID 19 Coronavirus, the following resources will assist students with access and appropriate usage of online resources to optimise learning:
Zoom Virtual Backgrounds
iPad Instructions Only
Step 1: Save the 5 background options to your Photos.
Step 2: Once logged into Zoom and you join a meeting, click the More tab.
Step 3: Tap the Virtual Background option.
Step 4: Press the + button and then select the saved SVC background images from your photos. You can only add one image at a time.
Step 5: Once you have added all five images, you now have the option to choose the SVC Background Image that you would like to use.
Click on the link below to access World Book Online.
2020 Grade 9&10 Subject Selection Handbook - 2020 Gr 9&10 Subject Handbook 2020
St Virgil's College Service Programme
The Mary Rice Centre, Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya
St Virgil’s College has a rich and proud history of Servant Leadership. Inspired by the Gospels and by the life of Blessed Edmund Rice, Virgilians have been selflessly giving to the community is a vast variety of ways over the past one hundred years.
Jesus proclaimed a message of justice, peace and solidarity, especially with the poor and marginalised. The challenge Jesus issued in Nazareth and enacted in his ministry –the challenge to include those who are so often excluded because of their situation in life - has continued in the lives of his followers down the ages. It is the same challenge that inspired Edmund Rice to “open his whole heart to Christ present and appealing to him in the poor” (Christian Brothers’ Charism Statement, 1982)….
Following Blessed Edmund’s example, our College community continues to reflect and to seek to make the Gospel a living reality in our communities. Our College motto “By deeds not words alone” challenges us to be people living the values of the Gospel, to be part of a community, to show respect to all and injure justice to the most vulnerable in our communities.
Service Awards are granted according to the number of service hours a student participates in outside of the school timetable. They must be done between November 1st of one year and October the 31st the following year. To be eligible for a Service Award, students must record their hours in the log book and complete the student reflection. A relevant mentor, supervisor or teacher must complete the mentor report and the Director of Identity must sign the completed book.
Suggested Service Activities fall under the three core values of the College, Community, Justice and Respect.
Gold - 100 hours (from activities that represent all three core values of the College)
Silver - 50 hours
Bronze - 25 hours
Recording Service Hours
Service hours must be recorded in the College Service Booklet which can be downloaded from the following link stvirgils_service_record_log_book_a5_form
The Service Booklet can be maintained as an electronic booklet or printed as a hard copy. If submitting the book electronically please select the option 'share original' to maintain edibility.