St Aloysius College, North Melbourne

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne

Principal:  Ms Mary Farah

E No.  E1066

Year Levels:  7 to 12

Phone Number:  9325 9200

Email Website

History:

The College was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1887. The Sisters arrived in Australia from Ireland in 1846 and since that time have made a major contribution to Secondary Education in Australia. St. Aloysius College was one of the first Catholic Secondary Colleges for girls in Melbourne providing academic opportunity for many thousands of young women in the CBD area, the northern and western suburbs. The school has grown and developed greatly since 1887 and has always welcomed large numbers of migrant families and the ethnic population of the College has changed considerably over the years representing the changing migration flow. At present there are over 40 nationalities represented in the student population.


Description:

The College is a Catholic school whose stated endeavour is to provide a Christian education for young women. Accordingly it draws its strength from the Gospel of Jesus Christ which emphasis's the uniqueness of each person and calls us to live according to His word. The College has always placed great emphasis on preparing young women to participate fully in society. As a single-sex girls' school St. Aloysius College caters for an increasing number of students who are seeking single-sex education. Striving for excellence has always been part of the College tradition. There are no academic requirements for entrance yet the standard of scholastic achievement is repeatedly extremely high with approximately 95% proceeding to Tertiary Education each year.


Features:

Emphasis on Christian values and respect for each individual. A long tradition of excellence in Education. Consistently high levels of tertiary entrance. Strong links with the workforce. Quality Education through a fully integrated curriculum. Emphasis on building confidence and leadership. Special attention given to the pastoral care of each individual. A wide range of extra-curricular activities. Outdoor Education Campus at Torquay. Centrally located with easy accessibility by train, tram and bus.

School location

Address:  31 Curran Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051

Diocese:  Archdiocese of Melbourne

Region:  Northern

Parish:  St Michael's