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St Aloysius’ College is a Catholic school for boys from Years 5 to 12, founded in 1879 and conducted by the
Society of Jesus (Jesuit Fathers and Brothers). The College strives for “Excellence in education” and aims to develop young men of competence,
conscience and compassion.

Facilities: Six computer laboratories, music laboratory, two libraries, gymnasiums, Senior research area,
performing arts centre and learning centre. The College oval is at Willoughby.

Electives: Courses and teaching styles cater to students of above-average scholastic ability who want to pursue
tertiary studies. The College has an excellent record and curriculum including
Latin, French, Japanese, Drama, Film Studies & Video Production, Sports
Science, Photographic and Digital Media, Physical Activity and Sports Studies,
Business Studies, Technology, Legal Studies, Visual Arts and Music.

Co-curricular activities: The College has a fine reputation for
music, drama, debating and public speaking. Boys also participate in diverse co-curricular activities including cadets, the Duke of
Edinburgh’s Award Scheme and community service programs.

Welfare and personal development: The pastoral care of students is a
high priority and includes an extensive tutor system.

Special features: Applications for means-tested bursaries are

Famous ex-students: Christopher Brennan, Sir Maurice Byers QC, Dr
John D’arcy, Daniel Lapaine, Garry O’Callaghan, Sir Gustav Nossal AC CBE, David
Murray, Adam Spencer, Hon. Joe Hockey MP, Nick Greiner, Sir Charles Mackerras

Religion Catholic
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Boy
Years Year 5 - Year 12
Enrolment 1200 students. criteria for entrance include an academic examination and a clergy reference.
Fees: 8k - 12k
annual tuition $10,996 to $12,820
02 9922******* 02 9922 1177
02 9929******* 02 9929 6414
Address 47 Upper Pitt Street, Milsons Point 2061
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