St Aloysius College
St Aloysius College is a Catholic school for girls established within the culture of the Catholic Church and shaped by the tradition of Mercy. When the Sisters of Mercy established St Aloysius College in 1880, it was based on the theological values of Mercy enunciated by Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy. St Aloysius College has been educating girls in the heart of the city of Adelaide since 1880. The images on this website capture the vibrant and creative environment in which their current students learn and grow into confident and capable young women.
As a Mercy school, St Aloysius College embraces the challenge to empower young women to play a vital part in the world of the future. The Mercy Mission demands a particular commitment to the life of Jesus Christ with a call to proclaim, to liberate and to heal. Their academic programs offer a wide range of subjects to enable all students to pursue their passions. With an outstanding record of tertiary entrance, they are proud of the many inspiring role models, including their outstanding teaching staff, who encourage all students to strive for excellence in their chosen fields. The international dimension of an education at St Aloysius College is central to their success. They welcome international students from many countries to complete their studies in Adelaide. They also offer exchanges and study tours to many countries, supported by an excellent languages program.
St Aloysius College is situated in the heart of the city of Adelaide. The school is adjacent to Victoria Square, St Francis Xavier Cathedral and the Adelaide Central Market, within a short walk from the central business district. The campus is bordered by Wakefield Street, Chancery Lane and Angas Street. Public transport is on their doorstep, with easy access to bus, tram and train networks.
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