St Paul's College, Ballarat
|St Paul's College|
113–115 Lydiard Street North, Ballarat (1948–1986)
200 Victoria Street, Ballarat East (1987–1994)
|Type||Independent, single-sex, day school|
|Motto||Latin: Labor Nobilitat|
|Denomination||Roman Catholic, Christian Brothers|
|Patron saint(s)||St Paul|
|Founder||Bishop James O'Connor|
|Colour(s)||Gold, navy, light blue |
|Feeder to||St Martin's in the Pines|
St Paul's College, formerly St Paul's Technical College and St Paul's Technical School, was a Catholic boys school in Ballarat.
In 1948, the Bishop of Ballarat, James O'Collins established St Paul's Technical College, inviting the Christian Brothers to continue their work for boys through the provision of technical education.
In 1960, Alice Fanning bequeathed property in Mt Clear to the Sisters of Mercy. In 1967 the land was developed for a senior school for girls from Sacred Heart College, named St Martin's in the Pines. The school became co-educational in 1988, with many boys in the senior years of St Paul's attending St Martin's in the Pines.
In 1987, the school moved from Lydiard Street's Ludbrook House to the former Ballarat Orphanage on Victoria Street.
Student abuse scandals
In 2014 St Paul's was named on Ballarat's child sexual abuse survivors’ group submission to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, along with other Christian Brothers Schools St Patrick's College, St Joseph's College and Emmanuel College. Also named were De La Salle College and Geelong Grammar School.
- Geoff Cunningham (1977), AFL footballer for St Kilda
- Daryl Cunningham (1978), AFL footballer
- Anthony McDonald (1990), former AFL footballer for Melbourne
- James McDonald (1992) AFL footballer for Melbourne and Greater Western Sydney
- Mick Malthouse (1971), AFL footballer and coach for Footscray, West Coast Eagles, Collingwood and Carlton
- Maurice O'Keefe (1972), AFL footballer for St Kilda and Geelong
- Val Perovic (1971), former AFL footballer for St Kilda and Carlton
- Sean Simpson (1987), former AFL footballer for St Kilda and Geelong
|1948–1959||W S Cooke|
|1960–1963||K P Kent|
|1964–1965||W T Miller|
|1966–1969||D S Herrick|
|1970||J F Cunneen (to August)|
|1970–1972||D E Zoch|
|1973–1976||Bernard John Scott|
|1977–1982||F D McGuane|
|1983–1990||Francis Thomas Hennessy|
|1991–1992||John P O’Halloran|
|1993–1994||Laurie F Goodison|
- "About Us – History". damascus.vic.edu.au. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
- "Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of Australia – News Centre". mercy.org.au. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
- "Timeline". damascus.vic.edu.au. Retrieved 19 October 2015.
-  Damascus College, The Road, Autumn 2010. Retrieved 30 June 2015
-  Damascus College, The Road, Summer 2010. Retrieved 12 April 2013
- http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/afl/mick-malthouse-a-battler-from-ballarat-with-a-steely-determination-to-succeed/story-fnp04d70-1227325099466. Retrieved 30 June 2015
- Template:John P O'Halloran Archivist Christian Brothers