Governance and Policies
Santa Sabina College is an independent Catholic school which is owned by the Congregation of Dominican Sisters of Eastern Australia and the Solomon Islands.
It was incorporated in 1987 as a Company Limited by Guarantee, with the Sisters of the Leadership Team being the Members of the Company. The College is managed by a Board of Directors, who are appointed by the Members.
The Board of Directors has a strong commitment to preserving and fostering the Dominican ethos and values upon which the College was founded, and to promoting the Mission of the College as a Catholic school.
The Board is assisted in its work by a number of Sub-Committees which meet regularly. The Principal of the College is the Chief Executive Officer to whom the Board delegates responsibility for the day-to-day management of the College and its enterprises.
Further information about Policies may be obtained by contacting the Principal’s Office.
Please find below extracts from the following College policies: