Chevalier College

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Chevalier College
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Location
Burradoo, NSW, Australia
Coordinates 34°30.5′S 150°24.5′E / 34.5083°S 150.4083°E / -34.5083; 150.4083Coordinates: 34°30.5′S 150°24.5′E / 34.5083°S 150.4083°E / -34.5083; 150.4083
Information
Type Independent co-educational secondary
Motto Fortes in Fide
'Strong in Faith'
Established 1946
Headmaster Mr. Chris McDermott
Chaplain Fr Terry Herbert
Grades 7–12
Enrolment 1200
Campus 104 acres (42 ha)
Houses Giles, Osborne, Riversdale, Reid, Burford (2010)
Colour(s) Blue & Maroon         
Affiliations Roman Catholic, Sacred Heart, ISA
Website

Chevalier College is an Australian Catholic co-educational school in Burradoo, New South Wales conducted by the priests and brothers of the international religious institute, the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (M.S.C.). It is a member of the Independent Schools Association (ISA).

Houses

Chevalier College traditionally had four houses, with their respective colours: Osbourne (yellow); Riversdale (red); Giles (blue); and Reid (green). In 2010, the house Burford (purple), was added. Father Burford, after whom the house was named, was the rector of the school from 1952 until 1956. He died on February 16, 1983.[citation needed] In 2011, the house Clancy (orange), was added. This house is named after Br Ken Clancy msc.[1]

Notable alumni

Arts
Politics and the law
Sport

Sporting records

  • 1986, Senior HICES 4 x 100m 44.86 sec by Phillip Hall, Anthony Cipolla, Chris Scott and Ashley Goodwin. Longest standing record at the college.[5]

See also

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