St Carlo Borromeo School, Greenvale

St Carlo Borromeo School, Greenvale

Principal:  Mr Kevin Gleeson

E No.  E1347

Year Levels:  P to 6

Phone Number:  9333 2572

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St Carlo Borromeo School was established in Greenvale in 1987 with 120 children. As the suburb developed, the student numbers increased, and in 2020 we have a student population of 577 students. With the growth of student numbers, the physical environment has changed, from relocatable classrooms that were frequently surrounded by mud to what is now an aesthetically pleasing landscaped complex. Significant building projects include a multi-purpose building, a parish chapel, a junior and senior classroom blocks and an arts centre for both the visual and performing arts.


St Carlo Borromeo School consists of four stages of permanent building, incorporating an administration block, classrooms, a refurbished resource centre, a multi-purpose hall, a parish chapel and an arts centre. The multi-purpose building is suitable for community gatherings, whole-school assemblies, physical education and dance and drama activities. The school grounds include an oval, and a shaded junior and senior adventure playground. The school is set next to a large Council oval where sports and various activities are held.


Caring, committed staff
• Student Leadership Team/Student Council
• Performing arts program
• School choir
• Student-led assemblies
• Perceptual Motor Program
• Italian, taught in all classes
• Parish–School Sacramental Programs
• Individualised learning program
• A well-equipped library/resource centre
• Classroom access to Information Technology, information technology centres and information technology labs
• Before-school and after-school Programs
• Structured literacy and numeracy programs
• Interschool sports
• School camp
• Indoor sports areas
• Swimming program
• Gymnastics Program
• Physical education program

School location

Address:  5-9 Drummond Street
Greenvale VIC 3059

Diocese:  Archdiocese of Melbourne

Region:  Northern

Parish:  Good Shepherd

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