St Aloysius College is a Catholic girls’ secondary college for Years 7 to 12 which was established in 1887 by the Sisters of Mercy. The college is committed to academic excellence in an environment that fosters the development of the whole person. By combining academic study with personal and spiritual development, St Aloysius College is able to help students realise their full potential.
Facilities: Teaching and learning occurs in an educational environment with access to core curriculum classrooms, adequate technology, science laboratories, specialist classrooms (Media, Drama, Photography, Textiles, Food Technology, Information Technology, Art and Graphics), resource centre, audio-visual equipment, gymnasium. An exciting Outdoor, Social and Emotional Learning program is offered to all students at Years 7 to 9 at the Outdoor Education Campus at Torquay, Victoria. The sequential program promotes student health and wellbeing, developing personal, interpersonal and problem-solving skills.
Curriculum: St Aloysius College offers an extensive and rigorous curriculum that strives to develop the whole person. Students are challenged and supported to experience success in their learning. Other programs offered at senior level include University Extension Programs, VET and VCAL.
Sport: Physical education is studied by all students in Years 7 to 10 where sports including swimming, athletics, tennis, hockey, softball and various other ball activities are experienced. Participation in inter-school sporting competitions in these various activities is encouraged.
Extra-curricular activities: A diverse range of co-curricular activities complements the academic programs at St Aloysius College and provides students with opportunities to explore and develop their personal interests and abilities. Students are encouraged to participate in events such as the annual musical, the choir, college band, public speaking, debating, college green team, social service groups and a wide range of sporting activities.
Student welfare programs: Student wellbeing is integral to the process of teaching and learning. All staff at St Aloysius College are committed to the pastoral needs and welfare of those in their care. Specialist staff, including the Student Welfare Co-ordinator and College Counsellor, support the individual needs of each student.
Principal: Ms Mary Farah
|Day/boarding||Day and Boarding|
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Less than 4k |
$3450 (year 7) to $4355 (year 12) including all levies
03 9329******* 03 9329 0411
03 932******* 03 9328 2801
|Address||31 Curran Street, North Melbourne 3051|