ST AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE - SYDNEY
St Augustine 's College, Brookvale (Sydney) is an independent Catholic Congregational School for boys from Years 5 to 12, teaching the Augustinian values of 'Truth, Love and Community.'
At the invitation of Cardinal Gilroy, it was founded by the Order of Saint Augustine in 1956.
Governance of the College has now broadened to include a College Board comprising of parents, staff, members of the Augustinian Provincial Council and Augustinian priests. It has a lay Principal, Tim Cleary and a Head of School, Matthew Hutchison.
Situated in the Diocese of Broken Bay, the College has a total enrolment of 1,150 boys (as at February 2011). It has a total staff of 150 including those who work on a part-time basis. Fr Sean Ward OSA and Sr Elkin Lozada OSA form the College Chaplaincy team.
Following from their heritage and tradition as an Augustinian Catholic school, St Augustine's Mission Statement and Strategic Plan (2011 -2015) is committed to providing a quality Augustinian education to all members of their community, including the maintenance of the traditions and heritage of the Augustinians, whose Patron, St Augustine believed that education should provide enhancement and opportunities for the development of servant leadership. For a full copy of the College’s Mission Statement and Strategic Plan 2011-2015 click here.
St Augustine's College prides itself on providing for their students, a broad range of quality education experiences.
They have celebrated their 50th year (1956 to 2006), and have built a strong tradition in educating boys spiritually, intellectually, physically and vocationally.
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Their educational structure is empathetic to the different developmental needs of students in the early, middle and senior phase of boys’ learning.
To that end, they have a ‘Three Schools – One College’ model operating with a Primary School (Years 7,8, & 9) and Senior School (Years 10, 11 & 12).
Each ‘school’ is led by a Dean of School, each with the responsibility of managing boys’ academic, spiritual and pastoral life.
They place the highest priority on the value of each individual and recognise that students perform best in a supportive, safe and welcoming environment appropriate to their stage of development.
St Augustine's College is a welcoming place and you are invited to make contact: