St Bede's College, Mentone

St Bede's College, Mentone

Principal:  Mr John Finn

E No.  E1148

Year Levels:  7 to 12

Phone Number:  9582 5999

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History:

St Bede’s College was founded in 1938 by the De La Salle Brothers. The founder of the Brothers was Saint John Baptist De La Salle, who was born at Rheims in 1651 during the reign of Louis XIV. De La Salle dedicated his life to establishing schools for the human and Christian education of youth, especially the poor, and was canonised in 1900. He was named Patron Saint of teachers in 1950


Description:

St Bede’s College Mentone, is an independent Catholic school for boys in Years 7 to 12 and has a current student population of approximately 1530. Situated in the south-eastern suburb of Mentone, the College caters for boys from Years 7 to 12. The College is located on one campus and is positioned on Beach Road with stunning ocean views from the front oval.

St Bede’s College is a Christian community within the Catholic and Lasallian tradition. It is primarily concerned with the human and Christian education of the whole person. The College embraces a learning culture where excellence in the academic, cultural and sporting areas is encouraged, recognised and celebrated. Relationships are the cornerstone of learning at St Bede’s College and are central to the community’s wellbeing.

At St Bede’s College we believe boys need a strong sense of belonging and connectedness to a vision of the future – a future where they can make a worthwhile, positive and active contribution to their community. We aim to help boys discover and fulfil their potential. To achieve this, we provide modern facilities and state-of-the-art resources backed by dedicated and professional teaching and administrative staff.


School location

Address:  2 Mentone Parade
Mentone VIC 3194

Diocese:  Archdiocese of Melbourne

Region:  Southern

Parish:  St Patrick's