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St Kevin’s College – Our Past, Our Present, Our Future

“If we fail to adapt, we fail to move forward” – John Wooden.

From humble beginnings more than 100 years ago on Albert Street, East Melbourne, to five campuses across Melbourne, St Kevin’s College continues to grow and adapt as it strives to educate boys to build a better world. When Archbishop Mannix first opened the school in 1918, one could not have imagined the influence of its graduates across many fields through the years.

And yet, while the College rightfully celebrates the many successes of Old Collegians and the great advancements to its facilities, the new 10-year Master Plan communicates the necessity of creating contemporary learning environments to prepare students for a changing world, while also aiding a holistic, flourishing learning and working environment.

St Kevin’s College is a liberating Catholic school that is steadfast in its commitment to academic rigour in all learning and teaching in addition to concurrently promoting positive cultural, social and ethical behaviours.

The College is focused on wellbeing for learning and life to ensure a culture of respect for all students, staff and families. A focus on being an inclusive community for the common good also ensures St Kevin’s College will continue to identify and respond to the opportunities for educational innovation and honour diversity and inclusion well into the future.


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