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St Aloysius College, Milsons PointCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Single Sex-Boy
Total student:1217 (boy:1217, girl:0)
Total staff:109
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1197, ranks No.44 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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HSC rank:No.29 (2015), No.28 (2014), No.20 (2013), No.30 (2012), No.22 (2011), No.30 (2010), No.35 (2009), No.29 (2008)
Location:Milsons Point
Address:47 Upper Pitt St, Milsons Point NSW 2061
Nearby:House Price  House Rent  Public Transport
Phone:02 9922 1177

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School Comment
Founded in 1879, St Aloysius is a Jesuit school for boys with almost 1200 students from Years 3-12. As a Catholic school, the College seeks to form young men of competence, conscience and compassion to prepare them to go into the world to act with a faith ... more
Student Assessment
Year 35184794925375046
Year 559354755659759112
Year 763459061662365922
Year 966866765866570322
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Year 3$11,664
Year 4$11,664
Year 5$11,664
Year 6$11,664
Year 7$13,576
Year 8$13,576
Year 9$13,576
Year 10$13,576
Year 11$13,576
Year 12$27,152
By Alumnus - 25 Sep 2019, Rate: excellent
As an Old-boy who graduated just over 10 years old ago, I can confirm this an excellent school, where one is challenged to achieve far more just a high-as-possible ATAR on leaving.
Whilst my last 3 or so years of high school were more challenging due to an undiagnosed medical problem, I never once doubted that teachers could and would go the extra mile if needed, and you could alway lend an ear from fellow students/chaplain or even the principal, if needed.
Advice to prospective students and parents:
-Take every opportunity to consolidate your academic interests in your earlier high-school years
- Find and pursue your interests & strengths in the subjects you choose yourself
-Push the boundaries, ask to be challenged if you want to be
-If you need help or support with an issue, just ask! There's no value in struggling in silence
-Maintain your mates and networks years after leaving. Ive never met an old-boy who isn't interested in talking about what they've been up to since leaving the college
By Parent - 11 Mar 2015, Rate: excellent
This is an excellent school
By Parent - 06 Jul 2014, Rate: bad
Max van deventer is a shit cunt and a dumbass
I'm , rate this school

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