Christian Brothers College, St Kilda

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Christian Brothers College
11 Westbury Street
St Kilda East, Victoria 3183
Coordinates 37°51′33″S 144°59′48″E / 37.85917°S 144.99667°E / -37.85917; 144.99667Coordinates: 37°51′33″S 144°59′48″E / 37.85917°S 144.99667°E / -37.85917; 144.99667
Type Independent, Single-sex
Motto Latin: Virtus Sola Nobilitas
(Virtue Alone Is Noble)
Denomination Roman Catholic, Christian Brothers
Established 1878
Chairman James Esmonde
Headmaster Gerald Bain-King
Chaplain Fr Barry Moran
Years 7–12
Enrolment 552
Colour(s) Navy Blue, Light Blue, Green
School fees $7,200–$7,600 (domestic); $22,250 (overseas)

Christian Brothers College (CBC, St. Kilda) was founded in 1878 and is a Roman Catholic independent secondary college for boys. It is part of the Association of Edmund Rice schools, founded and run in the tradition of the Mec Brothers. It is located in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda East.


CBC St Kilda, founded in 1878, is one of the oldest private boys schools in Melbourne. It is a member of the Association of Catholic Colleges. In addition to its St Kilda East site, the college has had a second campus in Balaclava since 2008.

Notable alumni[edit]

Government, Law and Military[edit]

Dandenong Road buildings




  • Robert James Thomson, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones & Company and the managing editor of The Wall Street Journal, and former editor of "The Times" (London)
  • Paul Gardner – former Chairman of Grey Global; Chairman of Melbourne Football Club
  • Anthony (Tony) Shepard -Chairman of Transfield International; Founding Chairman Greater Western Sydney Football Club[4]

Media and Entertainment[edit]

  • Richard Hughes – CBE, Australian foreign correspondent in Asia
  • Father Bob Maguire – priest, community worker and media personality
  • Eddie McGuire – Australian television personality, former CEO Nine Network
  • Daryl Somers – OAM, television personality


  1. ^ Rawson, Don (2002). "Keane, Richard Valentine (1881–1946)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. 
  2. ^ CP 159: James Reginald HALLIGAN OBE, National Archives of Australia, retrieved 28 September 2016 
  3. ^ CP 245: Sir Francis Anthony MEERE OBE, National Archives of Australia, retrieved 22 August 2015 
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