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Enrolling With Us
We understand that choosing a school for your daughter is one of the most important decisions you will make as a family, and we aim to provide you with all you need to inform that decision. Learn more about enrolling at St Aloysius College.
Our Primary school prides itself on being a place where your daughter can flourish, find her voice and use it for good. We inspire a love of learning by offering students an engaging and collaborative program that is both supportive and challenging.
Your daughter’s curiosity about the world around her is nurtured through engagement in meaningful and high-quality learning experiences. In the Secondary years she will be motivated, inspired and supported by our teachers to achieve outstanding academic success and embrace the future with courage and confidence.
We aim to create an environment where your daughter is safe, connected and has a deep sense of belonging. The social development and wellbeing of all of our students is supported through specific programs embedded across our curriculum.
St Aloysius College is a Catholic school shaped by the tradition of Mercy. Situated on Wakefield Street, our campus facilities provide excellent spaces for students to learn, create and collaborate while having access to the city’s resources for exciting and engaging learning experiences outside the classroom.
Mercy Light: Connecting If you look at a map of Australia and cast your eyes to the corner where the borders of Western Australia and Northern Territory meet South Australia, you are looking at a geographic location that holds significant meaning to the St Aloysius College community. This remote corner of Australia is also known […]
Mercy Hospitality at the Heart of Cultural Exchange
MERCY LIGHT: CONNECTING St Aloysius College has an enduring history of welcoming international students. Over the last 30 years, thousands of young people from foreign shores have spent time learning, growing and sharing their culture with SAC’s staff and students. A highlight of 2023 has been welcoming the return of international students and staff who […]
MERCY LIGHT: LEADING On any given night in South Australia, approximately 7,000 people are experiencing homelessness. National Homelessness Week, which was this year marked from August 7 to August 13, is an annual event to raise awareness of the issue and advocate for solutions to minimise it. On Friday 11 August, more than 70 students […]
Young Mercy Leaders Pilgrimage 2023 – Moving Forward in Mercy
MERCY LIGHT: BELIEVING During the Term 2 school holidays, three Year 11 students represented St Aloysius College at the Young Mercy Leaders Pilgrimage in Melbourne. Anjali, Eleanor and Grace joined students and staff from 17 Mercy schools around Australia for the inaugural two-day gathering. The Pilgrimage was hosted by the Academy of Mary Immaculate in […]
Mercy Light: Connecting Tucked away in a city street, within five minutes’ walk from St Aloysius College, is a vibrant and kind community that has been delivering much-needed care to thousands of vulnerable Adelaide citizens for nearly 40 years. Sister Janet Mead’s Adelaide Day Centre for Homeless is one of the primary Mercy Works supported […]
Be A Voice for Generations – National Reconciliation Week 2023
Mercy Light: Connecting “The arc of moral universe is long but it bends towards justice.” These words were first spoken by the late Dr Martin Luther King Junior, an American pastor and Civil Rights Activist who, in the 1960s, proclaimed his “dream” for racial equity in the United States. His words have not only lived […]
Canberra: A Meeting Place for Learning and Exploration
MERCY LIGHT: LEARNING MERCY LIGHT: LEARNING Did you know that the first Australian-made currency was crafted by a convict of Spanish coins? Or that the name ‘Canberra’ means ‘meeting place’ in Ngunnawal language? These are just two interesting facts that some of our Year 7 students have enjoyed discovering during the week visiting Australia’s capital […]
MERCY LIGHT: LEARNING During the month of April, a small group of Year 11 Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award students and four staff members set off to hike the Larapinta Trail. The trail, which starts just outside of Alice Springs, spans 223 kilometres. It has been one of Australia’s most popular hiking trails for nearly 30 […]
MERCY LIGHT: Believing It has been a very busy term at St Aloysius College, and the Easter break was a welcome opportunity to take time to reconnect with loved ones before the final week of term. Easter is the most important event in the Christian calendar, marking the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his resurrection […]
MERCY LIGHT: CONNECTING Did you know that we have students from more than 60 different nationalities? St Aloysius College is a culturally diverse community that embraces people from many backgrounds, and every year during Harmony Week, which is celebrated around Australia between March 20 to March 26, we proudly celebrate the vibrance this brings to […]
International Women’s Day in one of the most important events in our Justice and Mercy calendar at SAC. It’s an opportunity for us to celebrate our school identity and the ways in which we empower girls to become people who lead with courage and compassion. In the weeks leading up to International Women’s Day this […]
Let Mercy Light the Way – Class of 2022 Academic Success
“Phenomenal.” This was the word that Ms Jacqui Jury, SAC’s Deputy Principal – Teaching and Learning, chose to summarise the achievements of St Aloysius College’s Class of 2022. One hundred per cent of our Year 12 students successfully obtained their SACE, and 21 per cent of the cohort achieved an ATAR score of 95 or […]
There has been much to celebrate already this year. We were fortunate to begin 2023 together on campus, as opposed to some cohorts learning online, which is how the 2022 school year began. The past few years have delivered significant challenges to many communities and ours is no exception. But, in the spirit of courage, […]
If you could choose to learn about any Australian historical figure, who might it be? For Year 12 student, Mia Konopka, the answer is clear: Gough Whitlam, Australia’s 21st Prime Minister, who held Office from 1972 until his infamous dismissal in 1975. Intrigued by Whitlam’s political legacy, Mia saw a golden opportunity to broaden her knowledge […]
Timor-Leste is a country in Southeast Asia, approximately one hour’s flight away from Darwin. The country has a population of 1.3 million people and it has the highest rate of poverty in Southeast Asia. Before the pandemic began, Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said that, “one in five Timorese households were receiving payments […]
Did you know that, on average, 57 Australians are diagnosed with breast cancer each week? That equates to 20,000 Australians each year, and it makes breast cancer the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia. Many Australians, even if not diagnosed themselves, are likely to know someone who is or will be within their lifetime. […]
Year 10 students Emily, Tilda and Sophie and Year 11 student Imogen were invited to attend the STEM MAD National Showcase in Melbourne to demonstrate their award-winning apps from the recent state finals. The students set up a display and communicated their STEM projects with an audience of Catholic Education staff and students across Australia. […]
NAA MARNI, HELLO Did you know that our first Reconciliation Action Plan has been approved and is for public viewing on the Narragunnawali website? Narragunnawali – St Aloysius CollegeYou can find one of our whole school actions around Acknowledgement of Country here: Narragunnawali – Acknowledgement of CountryThe Reconciliation Action Plan is about everyone reflecting, learning and taking […]
It’s been so wonderful to see our students having fun and challenging themselves while exploring the reimagined space. Thank you to all of the students and staff who were a part of this project, we are so glad the community can now enjoy it!