St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC







Established: 1887

Principal: Mary Farah

Address: 31 Curran Street, North Melbourne 3051


Key Information


42 Teaching

16 Non Teaching


$6,660 (Year 7)

$6,660 (Year 12)

VCE Subjects



Italian, Japanese & French


VET Available

VCAL Available

About our school

We firmly believe that what truly makes St Aloysius very special is the genuine partnership we have with the parents of our students and the work we tirelessly pursue to ensure that this partnership is positive for all concerned.

The partnership is centred on knowing each child and knowing each family personally, something not possible in schools with larger student populations. St Aloysius College is a school that parents trust and where students flourish.

Our teachers are caring and highly skilled, balancing academic rigor with pastoral care; they invest not only in the academic success of each child but also in each child’s wellbeing. We encourage our teachers to be innovative, to be bold, to be lifelong learners and to set ambitious goals for our students.

Our school is a place of strong friendships, where students have daily interactions with those in different age groups and work together on academic projects and artistic initiatives.

Our modern and well-resourced learning spaces encourage academic endeavour and reflect the care and pride students and staff have in their school. We provide individual academic and personal support, with outstanding programs in areas as diverse as STEM, drama, sports and the visual arts.

We believe that every child has the potential to excel, and we tailor our curriculum to support and challenge all students to find their ambition and strive for higher things. We address the diversity of student needs through differentiated pedagogical practice, without compromising standards. Our students are encouraged to have a global perspective, with sister-school opportunities in Europe and Asia, as well as various worldwide social justice initiatives.

We believe that a real education is more than academic results and we value and actively support the development of our students’ talents in all areas, developing an educational experience within which all students can meet their very highest standards.

Quick Facts

  • Underpinned by culture of wellbeing and respect for the individual
  • In 2023, St Aloysius College begins its transition to co-education
  • Sister schools in Kyoto, Milan and Geneva
  • Annual College Musical Production
  • Member of the Association of Co- Educational Schools (ACS) Sports Competition
  • Co-Curricular Programs include Debating, Chess, Journalism
  • School-owned camp facility in Torquay
  • School-owned fullyequipped Gymnasium
  • Annual Art & Technology Exhibition
  • Year 7 Instrumental Music Program

More from the school

Upcoming Dates

Wed Jul

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC – Talk and Tour

July 27, 2022 - 9:30 am

Thu Aug

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC – Talk and Tour

August 11, 2022 - 9:30 am

Tue Aug

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC – Talk and Tour

August 30, 2022 - 9:30 am

Tue Oct

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC – Talk and Tour

October 4, 2022 - 9:30 am

Tue Oct

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC – Talk and Tour

October 18, 2022 - 9:30 am

Thu Nov

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne VIC – Talk and Tour

November 24, 2022 - 9:30 am


  • Arts Centre/Visual Arts Centre
  • Materials & Technology Centre
  • Religious Education Centre
  • Yr 12 Common Room
  • Outdoor Education Campus
  • Media Editing Suite
  • Food Technology Centre
  • Library Resource Centre
  • Weights/Circuit Room
  • Basketball Court
  • Gymnasium
  • Netball Court
  • VCAL Facility
  • Science Labs x 4
  • Music Centre
  • Careers Centre
  • Media Suite
  • Darkroom
  • Chapel
  • Hall
  • IT Labs x 3
  • Canteen

NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 7 565 546 560 572 566
Year 9 614 596 614 610 587

This table above shows the average student results at this school for the year 2019.
Naplan data is sourced from:


University enrolled: 76%
TAFE/VET enrolled 16%

Campus Locations

Main Campus

31 Curran Street, North Melbourne, 3051

Second Campus

Campus and Outdoor Education Campus - 41 Price Street, Torquay, 3228

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