St Bede's College (Mentone)

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St Bede's College
St Bede's College crest. Source: (St Bede's website)
Latin: Per Vias Rectas
By Right Paths
2 Mentone Parade
Mentone, Victoria, 3194
Coordinates 37°59′28″S 145°4′3″E / 37.99111°S 145.06750°E / -37.99111; 145.06750Coordinates: 37°59′28″S 145°4′3″E / 37.99111°S 145.06750°E / -37.99111; 145.06750
Type Independent, Single-sex
Denomination Roman Catholic (Lasallian)
Established 1938
Chairman Justin Dunckett
Principal Br. Garry Coyte
Chaplain Rev. John Walshe
Years 7-12
Enrolment 1,373
Colour(s) Blue, Cardinal, Gold               
School fees $5,235-$5,675

St Bede's College is a Roman Catholic, secondary school for boys, located in Mentone, Victoria, Australia.

Founded in 1938, it is administered by the De La Salle Brothers and named after St. Bede the Venerable, a Benedictine monk and priest who spent his life teaching and writing in the monasteries.


  • Br. Simon Staunton (1937–1938)
  • Br. Julian Lennon (1939–1947)
  • Br. Colman Molloy (1948–1952 and 1959–1965)
  • Br. Finian Allman (1953–1958)
  • Br. Stanislaus Carmody (1966–1967)
  • Br. Peter McIntosh (1968–1973)
  • Br. William Firman (1974–1987)
  • Br. Kevin Moloney (1988)
  • Br. Quentin O’Halloran (1989–1998)
  • Br. Ken Ormerod (1999–2006)
  • Br. Garry Coyte (2007–present)


School productions[edit]

† Students performing in Kilbreda College production
‡ Students performing in Mentone Girls Grammar production

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