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Staff Blogs Friday, 26 Apr 2024

Historical Thinking Concepts to Historical Thinking Skills

From Historical Ways of Knowing to Teacher Pedagogy to Student Practice Elisa A. LitvinCurriculum Documentation & Reporting Leader at St Aloysius CollegePresident, History Teachers' Association of Victoria

Friday, 08 Mar 2024

International Women's Day

Today the world celebrates International Women's Day, and St Aloysius College stands at the forefront of championing gender equality. As we mark our second year of co-education after a rich history as an all-girls institution for 135 years, our commitment to fostering a fair and equitable society has never been stronger. Throughout this week, the College has been abuzz with activities and discussions organised by our dedicated College Prefect Team, who have worked tirelessly to ensure the…

Thursday, 07 Dec 2023

Congratulations to the Class of 2023

VCE Results | Class of 2023

Friday, 24 Nov 2023

Celebrating Student Success at the SuperHack Competition 2023

Celebrating Student Success We are delighted to share the incredible achievements of three of our Year 10 STEM students, Ella Calkoen, Alice Ferarri and Rachel Kau, who recently participated in the SuperHack Competition 2023, an annual secondary school engineering hackathon hosted by the Melbourne University Electrical Engineering Club (MUEEC). This competition is specifically designed to empower young women, non-binary, and gender-diverse students in the field of engineering. Over the weekend,…

Monday, 16 Oct 2023

Class of 2023

Today the St Aloysius community shared in a special farewell assembly where we celebrated the extraordinary achievements so far of the Class of 2023, and inducted the 2024 St Aloysius College Student Leadership team. College principal, Mary Farah delivered the address, and we share this below. Good morning staff, students, and the parents and friends who have joined us today. Today's assembly is a very special occasion in the history of St Aloysius College, as we gather to celebrate the…

Monday, 08 May 2023

Mindful in May

Daily mindfulness is an essential practice that can have a significant positive impact on both your mental and physical health. Mindfulness is the practice of being present and fully engaged in the current moment, without judgment or distraction. Here are four reasons why daily mindfulness is important: Reduces stress and anxiety: Mindfulness can help you manage stress and anxiety by helping you focus on the present moment rather than worrying about the future or ruminating on the past. Several…

Monday, 30 Jan 2023

A New Chapter Begins

St Aloysius College today commenced a new chapter, with the first co-educational Year 7 intake in the College's 136 year history. Becoming the first Catholic co-education secondary School within the vibrant, multi-cultural City of Melbourne, St Aloysius will continue to welcome boys through the Year 7 intake until St Aloysius becomes fully co-educational towards the end of the decade in 2028.

Monday, 12 Dec 2022

Class of 2022 Results

Congratulations to the Class of 2022! These results continue the very strong academic record that St Aloysius College has worked collectively to achieve over recent years. Despite the many challenges this cohort faced – particularly over the final two years of their secondary Senior Schooling - their resilience and commitment has shone through, which has resulted in quite remarkable VCE/VCAL results. We are ecstatic to reveal that fifty percent of our VCE students achieved an ATAR which placed…

Friday, 11 Nov 2022

Remembrance Day, 2022

Today we remember those who have served our country in conflicts past and present, Particularly those who left these shores to take up arms in World War 1. The Great War to end all wars sadly failed in that endeavour, but the things we often take for granted - freedom and democracy - were and have been won and defended by the ultimate sacrifice of many. Proudly, the tradition of remembrance is stronger than ever and Remembrance Day remains a vital part of our school heritage each November.