The students of the College are divided into four Houses:
- Carroll – whose colour is green, is named after Bishop Carroll. It was his decision to establish a College at Woodlawn.
- Segrief – whose colour is red, is named after Woodlawn’s first Rector, Father Thomas Segrief, S.M.
- Bell – whose colour is gold, is named after Woodlawn’s second Rector, Father James Bell, S.M.
- Kennedy – whose colour is blue, is named after Father John Kennedy, S.M. Woodlawn’s third Rector.
Inter-house competitions cover a wide variety of activities in the following categories:
Regular sporting contests are held between these Houses where a healthy spirit of competition exists. Students strive to become House Champions in the Swimming, Cross-country and Athletics Carnivals.
Points are awarded to each student who represents the College in debating, chess, Tournament of Minds, ANZAC Day March etc.
A number of different opportunities are offered each year for students to participate in competitions in areas such as Mathematics, English, Geography, Science, Writing and Reading. Participants earn points for their House.
Students who contribute to the work of the Social Justice Committee and fund raising for the St Vincent de Paul Society and Caritas are also able to earn points for their House.
House Captains and Vice Captains 2022/2023