St Aloysius' College (Melbourne)
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|St. Aloysius College, North Melbourne|
|North Melbourne, Victoria
|Type||Independent, Single-sex, Day school|
|Motto||Latin: Ad Altiora
("strive for higher things")
|Denomination||Roman Catholic, Sisters of Mercy|
|Principal||Mrs. Mary Farah|
|Colour(s)||Blue & White|
St. Aloysius College is a Roman Catholic, secondary day school, catering for girls from year 7 to 12 in North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1887. The college was named after its patron saint - Aloysius Gonzaga.
The four houses of the college are McAuley (blue), Fallon (gold), Verdon (green) and Scully (red).
- Moira Kelly, Humanitarian
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