History

2015. Completion of surface drainage, sewer lines, connection to sewer and water lines.

2014. Additional block work to reduce glazing slab for water tank.

2013. Stormwater, external cladding and additional block work.

2012. Roof tiles, other roofing and all guttering on the school body.

2011. Block work reinforcement and concrete core filling. Roof frame and tiles for the church.

2010. Constructions of structural steel.

2008. Construction of external Block work.

2007. Building works begin on Stage 1. In November The Bishop of Hertzegovina His Grace Grigorije attends the consecration of the foundation slab.

2006. Building approvals for Stage 1 are approved by Campbelltown Council. His Grace Bishop Irinej is appointed Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Australia and New Zealand.

 

2005. His Royal Highness Crown Prince Aleksandar and Her Royal Highness Princess Katherine lay the Foundation Stone of St.Sava College. Bishop Milutin invites them to become Patrons of the College.

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2004. His Grace Bishop Milutin invites Partriarch Pavle to consecrate newly purchased land in Varroville

 

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2003. Land purchased at Varroville by the Diocese and not through donations.

2002. Diocesan Executive Board confirms the St.Sava College Board and Bishop Nikanor appoints Fr.Rade Radan - Project Director.

2001. St.Sava College project is formally placed under the jurisdiction of the Diocese. Ilija Glisic is appointed President of the Board.

2000. Fr.Srboljub Miletich and the St. Stephens Parish Board in Rooty Hill explore the possibility of establishing St.Sava College under the auspices of the parish.

1992. At the invitation of His Grace Bishop Luka, HRH Princess Elizabeth Karadjordjevic visits Australia in October to commemorate the inauguration of the St.Sava College Project. The Project was under the auspices of the former St Sava Association which donated an amount of $160,000 to the St Sava College to support administrative expenses, wages and the early start up costs of the College. Escalation of the conflict in the Balkans causes work on the project to be postponed.