Aquinas College is one of Western Australia’s oldest and most respected boys’ colleges. It is a Catholic school for boys in the Edmund Rice tradition. The college acknowledges the significant contribution of the Christian Brothers to its rich tradition since 1938. Aquinas College has been sited on an elevated 62-hectare property, with over two kilometres of water frontage on the Canning River. It is one of the most beautiful school environments in the world. At Aquinas College, students will receive a holistic education that encompasses academic studies, sport, and culture and community service.
Aquinas College accepts day students from Years 4 to 12, while boarding is available for students in Years 7 to 12. The college has commenced an Early Years program with Kindergarten and by 2018 it will extend to Year 3.Aquinas offers the students, the opportunity for a sound academic education in a caring, and stimulating environment. It is a vibrant learning environment that motivates boys to define and develop their unique talents. It is through the collaborative wisdom and input of their staff, that boys are provided with opportunities to be the best they can. Aquinas College is dedicated to attracting and retaining qualified, skilled and committed staff.
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