In making that choice, we know that you are seeking a school where your daughter will be happy, where her fellow students are friendly and dedicated and where she will receive a range of opportunities and the best possible education.
Established in 1888, St Aloysius College has always been at the forefront of girls’ education and has deliberately remained focused on the individual. We are a small school for good reason – our size means that each girl is known and valued, and our one campus advantage means every student learns in one central community.
There is no typical ‘St Aloysius girl’. We celebrate our diversity. We accept all and thrive on the fusion of cultures and backgrounds that enable our girls to flourish. The College is the thread that connects these vibrant, committed and thoughtful young women. We offer an environment that enables every girl who is willing to become an active part of the St Aloysius community, to shine. We build strong relationships with our families even before the girls join St Aloysius, thus easing the transition into the next stage of their education.
Read more about our enrolment policy here
At St Aloysius College we are proud of our international connections. We have students from across the globe who enrol directly into our programs completing VCE. We also enjoy the experiences afforded by shorter-term exchange students and we are also a centre for short-term study groups from our Japanese and Italian sister-schools.
Melbourne’s high standard of living, health care and education ensures that it continues to rank highly as one of the world’s most liveable cities. Melbourne continues to be a city of choice for overseas students. Australian secondary and tertiary education is held in exceptionally high regard around the globe, with Melbourne offering access to internationally renowned universities including Melbourne, Monash, La Trobe, Deakin and RMIT.
With our close proximity to these institutions, St Aloysius College continues to enjoy a growing international reputation with recent study groups and students from Europe and Japan adding to this wonderful journey.
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St Aloysius College welcomes overseas students to study at our College.
For more information about the opportunity to study in Australia as an Overseas Student, please contact:
Deputy Principal – Wellbeing & Development / International Student Coordinator
For more information about the opportunity to study in Australia as an International Student, please contact:
Ms Pauline Cutajar
International Student Coordinator / Director of Students and Programs
Ph: 03 9325 9200
We work closely with our suppliers to ensure costs are reasonable and items are durable and well presented. It is an expectation that students wear their correct uniform at all times.
The St Aloysius College uniform is purchased through Noone, their website can be accessed here.
As with all Catholic schools, fees are an important aspect of our College income – in addition, we strive to keep our fees at St Aloysius affordable, thereby offering a quality Mercy education to all families within our community. Fees are reviewed annually and families are notified before the end of the preceding school year. The global fee structure incorporates fees, local excursions, outdoor education and a device.
The fee schedule only applies to domestic student enrolments. Further information on school fees for international students is available on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) website.