St Patrick’s College
St Patrick’s College is a Catholic secondary school for boys located in Ballarat, Victoria.
The College was founded in 1893 by the Christian Brothers under the patronage of the Bishop of Ballarat, Dr James Moore. The College caters for both day and boarding students, The College is located on Sturt Street Ballarat and is part of a recognised education precinct with its close proximity to Ballarat Clarendon College, Loreto College and Ballarat High School.
The aim of the College is to support parents in educating their sons within the Catholic tradition and the spirit of Edmund Rice.St Patrick’s College maintains an inclusive enrolment policy, is generally considered a low fee school and offers a broad range of curricular and co-curricular options to cater for boys with a range of needs.
This is highlighted by the wide range of options taken up by graduates ranging from tertiary studies to traineeships and apprenticeships.
by Director of the Senior School, Mr Hamish McCrum The VCE Information Night scheduled for Monday November 18 has been cancelled. It was felt it would be more efficient and effective for families to communicate the relevant information via email or through PAM at various times through the end of this year and into 2020….
Fire Awareness Day – Saturday November 16 at G Gay & Co Mitre 10 Whilst many parts of Australia have been experiencing prolonged drought, our local dams are full and there has been prolific grass growth over the past few weeks. It will dry out soon though and all that grass growth means an increased…
Acting Director of Sport, Tina Benoit, provides a wrap-up of all sporting activities at the College. To view the sports report please click on the link below. Sports Report Term 4 Week 6
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