New Senior Years Precinct, Student Reception Area and Landscaped Courtyards

We were delighted yesterday to officially open our new Senior Years Precinct, Student Reception Area and Landscaped Courtyards, and were privileged to welcome Senator David Van to formally open the project as a representative from the Federal Government, whose support made this development possible.

The new spaces have been designed to maximise the benefits to the students, staff and broader College community as the school takes the important step of transitioning from 2023 onward to become the only Co-Educational Catholic School within the City of Melbourne.

St Aloysius College is as devoted as ever to supporting our students in their development into young adults of wisdom and faith, who are committed to pursuing excellence in every sphere. As it always has, St Aloysius belongs to its students. It has been a pleasure to observe the pride the students have in these new spaces, where for years to come they will collaborate and create, give their best and fulfil their aspirations.

This truly was a collaborative project, with so many individuals working together and investing their time, energy and financial support to help us in continuing the evolution of this wonderful school. The school is proud to acknowledge and thank publicly the following stakeholders.

  • The Federal Government, represented by Senator David Van,
  • Executive Director of Melbourne Archdiocese of Catholic Schools,
  • Catholic Education Grant Allocation Committee chaired by Ms Megan Ioannou,
  • Mercy Education Board Chair and Board Directors, ¬†Mercy Education Executive Team,
  • Rick Wight, College Advisory Council Chair and all members of the Advisory Council,
  • Jennifer Rodezno Senior Associate from Clark Hopkin Clark in her role as Project architect and supervisor,
  • Chippa Construction, Project Builders,
  • The College Business Manager, the Property Manager and the Deputy Principal, and
  • The College Chaplain, Father Hien.