Curran Street Campus

Located in North Melbourne, the Curran Street campus caters to Years 7-12 students and is easily accessible via the Number 57 tram and North Melbourne and McAuley Bridge train stations. There is also a dedicated bus route running directly between the College and Footscray train station.

Key learning and performance facilities at Curran Street include:

  • A dedicated Year 7 Space incorporating classrooms and the offices of the Year Seven Staff Leaders
  • Fully equipped Science Laboratories
  • STEM centre equipped with Green Screens, 3-D Printers and a Maker Space
  • Art and Visual Communications Studios incorporating industry-leading equipment, technology and other resources
  • Music, Textiles and Performing Arts Precinct including four rehearsal studios, music performance space comprising full instrumental selection, flexible textiles and design space, and the fully-equipped College hall and stage.
  • Food technology kitchens and learning spaces
  • Open-air collaborative learning spaces at Curran Street include our many courtyards, basketball court and the kitchen garden.

Boundary Road Gymnasium & Community Partnerships

The College Gymnasium is a short walk from the Curran Street Campus and enables students to hone their skills across two multi-purpose basketball courts and a weights and cardio room. The gymnasium along with Hotham Park is accessed daily for Physical Education lessons, coaching and sport training.

In addition to its owned premises, St Aloysius College has community partnerships with a number of premier sport and recreation facilities in proximity to the Curran Street campus, including Tennis Courts, Football Ovals, the North Melbourne Swimming Pool and various sporting grounds within Royal Park. These facilities are used not only for classes and sports carnivals, but are used on a more regular basis for coaching and training in specialised sports.

Torquay Campus

The College owns a fully-resourced camp facility in Torquay, catering for up to 32 students over two buildings, the seaside environment provides a welcome retreat from urban life. Students from different year levels use this facility year-round, with varied purposes depending on the cohort.

Activities based from Torquay include:

  • Small group camps for year level transitions and team building exercises
  • Outdoor exploration with an environment and sustainability focus (science field trips, surfing, rafting and hiking)
  • Study retreats
  • Performing arts camps